John Barbour on ‘The 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy’

In The American Media, narrated by Barbour and produced by Myra Bronstein, Garrison’s story is told once again, this time with an emphasis on the tragic double-cross of an NBC producer who deceptively, and without Barbour’s input, doctored Barbour’s interview with Garrison so that Garrison states a foolish belief that there were 30 shooters in Dealey Plaza.

Source: REVIEW: The American Media – The 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: The Garrison Tapes, Part Two



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1 thought on “John Barbour on ‘The 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy’”

  1. If that is the same Myra Bronstein I am familiar with — outstanding!!!

    (Although, I personally don’t believe there is any such thing as the “American media” at least not in my lifetime. Sure, there’s Bonnie Faulkner’s Guns & Butter show out of Berkeley, and there used to be Ramparts, but aside from the occasional Real Story carried on Between The Lines or Amy Goodman’s show, Democracy Now! (which is usually no different than CNN, sad to say), there is no media, just a crapfest.

    I recall when I was researching RFK’s assassination, after reading Shane O’Sullivan’s excellent book on it, being caught completely by surprised, I looked into how many newspapers were accurately reporting on it and that Sirhan trial afterwards – – and I could ONLY find TWO papers, the San Jose Mercury and an independent newspaper out of Iowa!)

    Also, in researching and attempting to verify and validate over 734 books I read on the JFK assassination, some of the worst ones were written by Thom Hartmann with that guy, Waldron — they would just make crap up!

    Bravo to these two for this documentary, though!

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