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JFK Facts podcast: the KGB and Oswald

Our second program featuring analysis and discussion of topics relevant to the study of President Kennedy’s assassination.

This week we discuss:

Nikolai Leonov’s Mexico City encounter with Lee Harvey Oswald, President Kennedy’s birthday, an update on Stephen Roy’s work regarding David Ferrie, the challenge of attracting new students to JFK studies, recently published works by Carmine Savastano, Jacob Carter, and Jeremy Bojczuk, and our recommended books that focus on President Kennedy’s life rather than the circumstances of his murder.

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Jefferson Morley’s new ebook, CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, available on Amazon, provides the fullest account yet of the JFK records that the CIA is still concealing in 2016 and why they should be made public in October 2017.

CIA & JFK

The launch of the JFK Facts podcast

Its called JFK Facts Online. Each week Alan Dale and I will talk about the latest JFK news and developments. This week we talked about Mark Lane’s death, Dan Hardway’s deposition in Morley v. CIA and my upcoming book,

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Comment of the week

leslie sharp – May 20

RIP, Stephen Roy. You remind us of the immediacy. The Kennedy assassintion will either be relegated to history or it will remain in our consciousness as a cold case murder investigation. Our choice.

leslie sharp – May 24

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RIP: Stephen Roy, respected JFK scholar

Mr. Roy was the executive director of the Whitman-Hanson Community Access Television Studio for many years. Steve was an accomplished musician. He specialized in researching the JFK assassination and his contributions were recognized in over 13 books.

Source: Stephen Roy Obituary – Weymouth, MA | The Enterprise

Who was the only man to ever face legal charges for JFK’s assassination?

Clay Shaw, New Orleans businessman

His name was Clay Shaw. He was a wealthy, discreetly gay, businessman in New Orleans. He was indicted by District Attorney Jim Garrison for conspiring to kill JFK. When his case came to trial in 1969, Shaw was swiftly acquitted. He died in 1974. In Oliver Stone’s “JFK”, Shaw was played by Tommie Lee Jones.

In my view, there is no compelling evidence that Clay Shaw was involved in a conspiracy to kill the President Kennedy. Nonetheless, is is  true that a CIA official later described Shaw as “a highly paid contract source” for the agency in the 1950s — something the agency stoutly denied when Shaw was on trial.

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