Petition Congress to reopen the assassination investigations

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Last month, the American Truth and Reconciliation Committee issued an open letter call for re-opening four of the most painful incidents in American history. Now you can now add your call to the call at the Committee’s web site: Americantruthnow.org.

A group of over 60 prominent citizens aims to convene an American Truth and Reconciliation Committee to bring out the facts of the four major assassinations that changed the course of the country and the world—those of President John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Senator Robert F. Kennedy.  ​           A multi-part action plan has been set in motion, including a petition to Congress and a pubic inquest.

Source: Petition Congress .

3 comments

  1. George Simmons says:

    This is an excellent idea.
    I hope any new investigation will follow the example of the Hillsborough Independent Panel here in England, where there was full public disclosure of all relevant government information and an archive created for such material which was then reported on by the panel.

    Any new investigation which allows the CIA to withhold documents will be fatally flawed and compromised from the outset, just like the Warren Report and the HSCA were.

  2. Brian Lynch says:

    This is a great and noble idea. It would be nice to know what really happened. I just don’t think that the Deep State/Power Elite/Shadow Government are ever going to allow this to happen. This is why Trump would or could not release all of the government files about Kennedy’s assassination. He did not wish to suffer the same fate as Kennedy did.The CIA got to him, and let him know where and when to stop, for his own good.

  3. GENEE SMITH says:

    EVERYONE IN AMERICA WHO LOVED AMERICA AND WE LOST SOME WONDERFUL PEOPLE AND WE DON’T KNOW IF WE KNOW THE TRUTH AND WE DESERVE TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR COUNTRY.

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