Harry Livingstone, a prolific JFK author and disputer-in-chief, has died. I read one of his books but I never read another. Another time I saw him in action at a JFK conference. A faithful reader advises De mortuis nil nisi bonum. (“Of the dead, nothing unless good.”) so I’ll leave it at that.
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Harry Livingstone stayed in my house for 2 weeks in 1999, since I was also doing research in JFK’s death. We had fruitful conversations and I have happy memories to our discussions. He gave me the concept of his then new book on JFK and the Zapruder film and he mentioned me in it. He did a tremendous job.
May he rest in peace.
I’ve been away from this site and didn’t know he passed.
R.I.P. to Harry Livingstone and his part in the JFK Assassination debate and quest for the truth.
Reading his and Robert Groden’s “High Treason” the first time was eye opening in a time before the internet. I found “The Radical Right” disjointed and confusing the first time I read it but enlightening in a partial re-read 3-4 years ago.
I’ve read he could be…Holier than thou…?
Having not been personally offended, for whatever contribution he made to the search for the truth in JFK’s Assassination I thank his memory.
thanks for keeping up the pressure…am doing the same for the Robert Kennedy case
Cudos to you Paul for all of the work you’ve done since that fateful night!
Sad to learn about his passing. We corresponded on a number of occasions during the time that I was a researcher and I regret that I never had an opportunity to meet him. I am sure that he will be missed by many.
Back in the early 90s, I remember Harry’s effort to bring together the surviving doctors from the Parkland trauma room for a moment on stage where they attested to the large head wound in the back of the president’s head. It was a bold step for that time.