‘What we learned last week was the assassination of JFK remains a sensitive issue at the top of the U.S. government’
I was on the air Sunday night with the excellent Bruce Dumont. He is host of the “Beyond The Beltway” syndicated radio show, hosted by the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago. I say he’s excellent because of his concise statement that the issue here is the rule of law. Listen.
RIP Dick Gregory, the man who brought the Zapruder film to national TV
The late comedian provided one immense service his country. In 1975, Dick Gregory, along with Robert Groden, enabled the American people to see the assassination of President Kennedy for the first time. The broadcast prompted the U.S. Congress to reopen the investigation of the assassination.
Orville Nix and the film he took of JFK’s assassination
A man with a story people didn’t want to hear–or see.
Orville’s granddaughter, Gayle Jackson Nix, is suing for the return of the original Nix film.
John Barbour indicts the media for JFK coverage
I haven’t seen this new JFK film, so I welcome thoughts from anybody who has. …
Listen to the audio version of the Hardway-Lopez report
Our Hidden History has been performing a public service: creating audio book versions of key historical documents in American history. The Hardway-Lope report qualifies.
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When was the Zapruder film first shown to the American people?
In the Age of Viral Video, it is hard to believe but it is true: Abraham Zapruder’s home movie of JFK’s assassination on November 22, 1963 was not shown to the American people for twelve years after it was first taken.
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Castro: target of the CIA’s secret armies
This 1977 CBS documentary exposed the CIA’s never-ending failure to oust Fidel Castro from power.
C.G. Harvey, widow of CIA’s Bill Harvey, denounced JFK and loved a mobster
In this world-exclusive video, JFK Facts presents a fascinating interview with C.G. Harvey, the widow of legendary CIA officer William King Harvey. Clara Grace Harvey was a CIA officer herself who worked on Operation Paperclip, the agency’s program to evacuate scientists from Nazi Germany.
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Dealey Plaza eyewitness: ‘People were running to the grassy knoll’
As a thirteen year old girl, Tina Towner went to Dealey Plaza with her parents on November 22, 1963 to see President Kennedy . She filmed the motorcade with a movie camera as it turned on to Elm Street. Here’s what she recorded.
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The long road from JFK to Pizza-gate
A look at how reasonable doubt about the JFK story feeds irrational fears. …