Misinformation and disinformation are too common in the JFK story, as these Web sites show.
- Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation: In 2009, this ill-advised U.S. State Department Web page sought to discredit intelligent public discussion of JFK’s assassination with a single blog post. It was so lame the State Department shut it down. (NOT CREDIBLE).
- History.com: “This Day in History: Nov. 22, 1963:” Superficial treatment ignores much of the historical record, including eyewitness evidence, crime scene photography, and official investigations in service of a misleading view of the case. (ONE-SIDED)
- Assassination Science: This misnamed site promotes the views of University of Minnesota professor James Fetzer who promotes conspiracy theories on a number of public events. (NOT CREDIBLE)
- Bugliosi on JFK: The former prosecutor and author Vincent Bugliosi made the case for the official JFK story for the Discovery Channel while dismissing all evidence that complicates the case (ONE-SIDED)
- JFK Murder Solved: James Files, an Illinois prison inmate has confessed to killing JFK. But an uncorroborated story from man serving a life sentence for attempting to kill two policemen is (NOT CREDIBLE).
- Illuminati News: No, the Federal Reserve did not kill President Kennedy. (NOT CREDIBLE)