JFK Facts podcast: the KGB and Oswald

Our second program featuring analysis and discussion of topics relevant to the study of President Kennedy’s assassination.

This week we discuss:

Nikolai Leonov’s Mexico City encounter with Lee Harvey Oswald, President Kennedy’s birthday, an update on Stephen Roy’s work regarding David Ferrie, the challenge of attracting new students to JFK studies, recently published works by Carmine Savastano, Jacob Carter, and Jeremy Bojczuk, and our recommended books that focus on President Kennedy’s life rather than the circumstances of his murder.



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Got a question or a comment? Drop us a line here and we’ll talk about it on the show.



Jefferson Morley’s new ebook, CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, available on Amazon, provides the fullest account yet of the JFK records that the CIA is still concealing in 2016 and why they should be made public in October 2017.


10 thoughts on “JFK Facts podcast: the KGB and Oswald”

  1. Would love to hear the whole thing… but it dies off a few minutes in…
    Second time now…. ugh!


  2. Thanks much, I was able to open it at the link you provided. I also opened view source but just found code. How did you arrive at the link you posted for further use?
    Hopefully we can get a direct download button for future shows,
    Thanks again

  3. Just FYI: I’ve tried six or seven times, and the audio always kicks off at about the 7-minute mark, just when the discussion of Stephen Roy starts.

  4. Excellent again. KGB Mexico “Chief” quite interesting (Oswald nervous, I had never heard of him much less him meeting O.) Thanks for the update on Stephen Roy’s work. I figured it would be lost to time. I bought Jacob Carter’s book Before History Dies for my daughter and her husband for Christmas last year as she’s aware of my interest and I’ve taken her to Dealy Plaza. He has a interest in History. Of course I read it first, and, made notes in it. They have not read it and can’t find it the last time I asked. They will be pestered further to find and read it.
    I also enjoyed the “obscure (?)” book recommendations at the end.
    I’ve been going to read Battling Wall Street by Donald Gibson for years, it may go to the top of the list.
    I just ordered I Dare Call It Treason by Servando Gonzales.
    The revision of JFK and Vietnam may give commenter Bill Clarke a conniption fit but maybe it will answer some of his concerns too.
    If he reads it, with an open mind.

  5. Thank you Alan Dale and Jeff Morley!

    I really enjoyed this second edition of your JFKfacts Online.

    I am very much looking forward to John Newman’s update of JFK AND VIETNAM.
    I have the first edition in hard cover, and it is splendid.

  6. I really wish there was a, “like” button on the forum. These podcasts, along with so many posts would get nailed with, “likes”. 🙂

  7. Thank you for the latest edition of the JFKFacts Podcast. Well done!

    Look forward to future discussions of the JFK Presidency…….. as well as what happened in Dealey Plaza. That is important also.

    Appreciate hearing what is available especially from young writers on the topic of 11/22/63. Also a new web site in the UK.

    It was also very interesting to hear J. Morley talk about his new book coming out on June 10. Can be pre-ordered.

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