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The CIA in Mexico: Who Killed Manuel Buendía?

Manuel Buendía was the most famous–and fearless–journalist in Mexico from the 1960s to the 1980s. Admired by colleagues and detested by politicians for his ability to ferret out stories that no one else perceived, Buendía was asked what he would say if he was ever killed for his journalism. “I had it coming,” he said. And so he did.

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The Odd Persistence of a Long-Debunked JFK Conspiracy Theory

Brian Baccus of WhoWhatWhy dispatches with one of the oldest, and least credible, JFK conspiracy theories around: the Russians Done It. And he explains why it persists despite the lack of evidence.

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‘Startlingly New Evidence:’ The Fact Pattern of JFK’s Autopsy

Edward Curtin, a sociology professor in Massachusetts, highlights one of the most important findings of Oliver Stone’s JFK Revisited: the fraud of JFK’s autopsy.

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