There were warnings in the fall of 1963 that President Kennedy’s life was in danger. JFK was hated by the political right for his increasingly forthright defense of peace and civil rights.
An undercover policer officer in Florida was canvassing his sources when he heard talk of a plot. And the details were specific. Read more
If you’re so open-minded, one correspondent asks, why don’t you run my comment about 9/11 conspiracy theories?
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A couple of people wrote this week, asking why we allow anti-conspiratorial writers to comment on the site.
Answer: Because of a certain philosophical premise we embrace: Read more
Former Florida Senator Bob Graham
I must confess that I am a 9/11 conspiracy theorist. My theory is that the attacks on New York and Washington were the result of a plot organized by Khalid Sheik Muhammed, funded by Osama bin Laden, and carried out by Muhammed’s extended family and other men enlisted by the lead co-conspirators.
The historical validity of that conclusion doesn’t mean we know the whole story of the 9/11 attacks.
So says Bob Graham, the former Florida Senator and 9/11 Commission member.
Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers broke the story last week in the BrowardBulldog.org, an independent south Florida news site. Read more