In memory of Earl Golz

Earl Golz
Earl Golz, reporter

A faithful reader writes,

“Earl Golz may have been a ‘journeyman reporter and editor’ in his time at the Austin Statesman-American, but he was, of course, much more than that in JFK community.”

The American-Statesman obit notes that “during his tenure in Dallas, Golz had carved out a niche writing about the Kennedy assassination, writing more than a hundred stories in the 1970s….”

Back in the Day

In one scoop, Golz reported that men impersonating Secret Service had been “spotted by JFK witnesses” on November 22, 1963.

The faithful reader also cited a useful thread on the Deep Politics Forum,  as well as this gallery from JFK Lancer. 

Never met the man but I like what I hear. RIP Earl Golz.





1 thought on “In memory of Earl Golz”

  1. I am so sorry to hear that Earl Golz has died. From what I’ve seen and heard, he and Jerry Policoff were the two reporters who most helped Gaeton arrive at the truth. Marie Fonzi

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