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Geraldo Rivera on the historic first broadcast of the Zapruder film

This excellent video comes from the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas. Rivera, a veteran TV correspondent, made history when he broadcast Abraham Zapruder’s home movie of JFK’s assassination on national television for the first time in March 1975. Rivera reveals he took a big risk personally.

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Six of out of seven Oswald mock trials ended without convictions

Larry Schnapf is an attorney in New York who is a leading legal effors to secure release of the last of the secret JFK files in October 2021, as mandated by the JFK Records Act of 1992. I’ll be reportin more on those efforts in coming weeks.) Meanwhile, Schnapf adds some important about mock trial of Lee Harvey Oswald, the supposed assassin of Kennedy, that I did not know.

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What happened to the original Air Force One tape from November 22, 1963?

Here’s a JFK story I come back to time and again: the audio recording of communications to and from Air Force One on the afternoon of November 22, 1963. The original tape has never surfaced. If it does, watch out. It is a foundational piece of JFK evidence–if it exists. Let me explain.

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RIP: Trevor Moore, Satirist of Assassination

Comedian Trevor Moore has died at age 41. As this bit shows, Moore was a satirist of assassination, depicting ominous events as buffoonery, to make fun of the powerful and our media obsessions. Moore is correct that George H.W. Bush was social friends with the family of John Hinckley, the man who shot and wounded President Ronald Reagan in 1981. As Moore says in one of this thought bubbles, “Awkward!” Moore makes one factual mistake. George H. Bush was in Dallas on November 22, 1963 and he had a friendly cooperative relationship with the CIA. But it’s not accurate to say Bush was “working for the CIA” that day. He was not employed by the CIA at the time. Also: there’s no evidence that Bush was complicit or involved in Kennedy’s assassination.

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I’m interviewed in the new Fox Nation series on JFK

“We still have JFK records being held secret by U.S. government agencies.” That’s what I told Fox Nation in an extensive interview earlier this year. Now the four-part series is out and I get to see the whole thing. I’m looking forward to it. To view the 20-25 minute episodes, you will have to sign up and spend at least 99 cents. Before agreeing to the interview, I asked myself a question:

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‘He was sure the President had been shot from the front’

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Would Oswald have been convicted at trial?

I especially enjoyed my recent two-part conversation with Dr. Bill Kanasy, host Litigation Psychology podcast because his audience is trial lawyers, a tough and knowledgable crowd. I also enjoyed it because Bill kindly said I was “the number one JFK researcher in the world.”

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Motorcade 63

This is well done, so I’ll let creator Mark Tyler explain. “Motorcade 63” is an animated reconstruction of the events surrounding the assassination of John F. Kennedy. It is based on photos, films, and corroborated witness testimony with the aim of being as faithful as possible to the facts. By synchronizing all of the evidence I avoid falling into the trap of cherry-picking to suit a specific theory….” Check it out here.

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