JFK Facts podcast: CIA analyst Brian Latell’s call for release of all JFK records

Our fifth podcast. This week we discuss:

— Former CIA Latin America specialist Brian Latell’s public call to release all JFK records; and

— Professor Arnaldo M. Fernandez recommendation and articles

— Secrecy instincts of the National Security State

— The Clark Panel’s contradiction of the Warren Commission and a critical response

— Dr. Gary Aguilar’s presentation to the AARC on Confirmation Bias

— Lee Harvey Oswald in Japan

— Mary Ferrell Chronologies

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

Got a question or a comment? Contact us at editor@jfkfacts.org 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.


5 thoughts on “JFK Facts podcast: CIA analyst Brian Latell’s call for release of all JFK records”

  1. Ramsey Clark was from Dallas. He was in the JFK administration and AG under LBJ. Mr Clark left a career as a high standing beltway insider for that of a marginalized peace activist. At 88 years old he might have some reflections on the JFK assassination and the others, that would be worth hearing. He was in a position to know things others would not, to know some of the players and about some of the cover up. At this time in his life maybe an excellent interviewer like….Jeff Morley could have an enlightening chat with Ramsey Clark

  2. Thank You I enjoy these discussions and learn from them. I agree that it would not be consistent with Castro’s world view to do an assassination and Also he would be risking complete destruction by the U.S. military if he were to be caught murdering the President of the United States.

  3. This stopped for me last night at 20:15 if I remember right. During the Dr. Aguilar part. It was again quite interesting up to that point.

    1. Hello Ronnie,

      The file begins to load immediately after pressing the play button. If you let the program run just long enough to hear the introduction and then press pause, after a few moments, the file may have loaded sufficiently to play without interruption.

      I’m aware that some listeners have expressed frustration about this problem. It may work best to follow the above directions for downloading and saving (Click https://jfkfacts.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/JFK-Facts-Online-5-FINAL-23-June-2016.mp3; Place cursor on file; RIGHT click and select “Save Audio As) which should resolve the issue.

      I hope that helps. Thank you for listening. We appreciate your participation.

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