Assassination

What is the JFK end game?

Charles asks a good question:

Q. How do we define and effect justice for JFK and the untold millions of collaterally damaged victims of the Dealey Plaza attack? What is to be gained by the seemingly endless search for proof of conspiracy that in fact we have long possessed in abundance? Have we learned so little from our decades of labor in the morass of deep event studies that we continue to petition the deep state for relief from the oppression for which it is responsible?

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What did we learn from the 2017 JFK releases?

“There’s a lot of noise around the Kennedy assassination,” I observe in the JFK Facts Podcast #2. With host Alan Dale, I try to cut though that noise and talk about what we learned about the assassination from the last round of JFK releases in 2017 and 2018?

Spoiler alert: one thing we learned about was the surveillance of Lee Harvey Oswald.

To download the podcast as an MP3: Click HERE Place cursor on file; RIGHT click and select “Save Audio As.”

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A question about the grassy knoll

MIke writes:

People keep putting stock into people who said the shot came from the knoll. Yeah I know those days were chaotic they might’ve thought it came from the mall but I look at it in the context of 911. There were there were reports that there was a sniper at the Lincoln Memorial, bomb exploded outside the state department all witness accounts turned out to be totally ridiculous. I think the silence is probably shot came from behind. What’s your response?

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Talking about JFK and the law

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The Future of Freedom Foundation has sponsoring series on the national security state and the assassination of JFK. This Wednesday, I’ll be talking about Morley v. CIA, my new eBook about how the CIA and the federal courts (with help from Brett Kavanaugh) my thwarted JFK investigation.

Buy the book here. (It’ll only cost you a buck.) Sign up for the talk here. It’s free.

The state of the still-classified JFK files

Rex Bradford and I assess the State of JFK Releases 2021 at Mary Ferrell Foundation web site.

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JFK Facts Podcast # 1 (17 March, 2021)

JFK and LBJ

Transcript:

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What will Biden do about the last of the JFK files?

Bill Burns CIA

Come October 26, 2021, President BIden is going to have to make a decision about the last of the U.S. government’s secret JFK files. There’s more than 15,000 of them. Accompanied by jazz drummer, Alan Dale, host of the JFK Facts podcast, I explain what’s going to happen and when.

To download the podcast as an MP3: Click HERE Place cursor on file; RIGHT click and select “Save Audio As.”

Read the transcript.

Woolsey is not the first CIA man to reject the Warren Commission

Two former intelligence chiefs have written a book about the assassination of President Kennedy that is being hyped by the not-always reliable Daily Mail.

The internet is piling on. I’m reserving judgment.

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JFK in the eyes of the law

Jefferson Morley

Today, I talked about ebook Morley v. CIA: My Unfinished JFK investigation with William Ramsey. Listen to our conversation here.

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Will Rep. Maloney Hold Oversight Hearings on JFK Files?

If you’re interested in freedom of information and/or the JFK story, you’ll want to read this letter from New York attorney Larry Schnapf on the disposition of the last of the government’s JFK assassination files in October 2021.

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If you want to help get the JFK files released in 2021

Send me an email and tell me why.

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CIA Director Bill Burns will advise Biden on secret JFK files

William Burns, nominee for CIA director (Credit: CBS News)

On Wednesday, the Senate Intelligence Committee will hold hearings on the nomination of longtime diplomat William Burns to be the next director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

If confirmed as expected, Burns will have to advise President Biden on a symbolically potent decision: whether or not to release the last of the CIA’s files related to the assassination of President Kennedy in October.

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Comments to go dark

I like the fact that people come to JFK Facts to talk and learn about the assassination. Nonetheless, I plan to temporarily turn off the comments feature on the site on Wednesday, Feb 21.

Why?

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Is Full JFK Disclosure Possible in 2021?

‘Will President Biden release the last of the JFK files in 2021?’

When this question in November, I received some pessimistic replies. Since I’ve thinking about how the JFK research community might campaign to for public release of the 15,834 assassination-related files that remain out of public view, I felt a little discouraged.

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The National Security State and the Kennedy Assassination

The Future of Freedom Foundation is sponsoring a JFK conference next month in the form of a weekly series of online presentations.

I will speak about my new JFK ebook, Morley v. CIA, My Unfinished JFK Investigation. What I like about this conference is this:

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