Karl Golovin says the way to honor JFK on his birthday May 29 is to:
In case you missed it, JFK activist Karl Golovin got a retired CIA counterintelligence officer, Willam Nolte, to say on camera that the agency’s extreme overclassification of 1,100 ancient JFK assassination records does “great harm to the historical record.”
After a speech on CSPAN about the impact of Edward Snowden’s revelations by William Nolte, a former CIA counterintelligence official, Karl Golovian asked him about the 1,100 JFK records that the CIA is still keeping secret until October 2017.
Nolte, a critic of Oliver Stone, responded that it sounded like a classic case of over-classification and a disservice to the public, but….
Watch a clip of Nolte’s comments here.
Check out Karl Golovin’s Facebook page, the message of which is Free the CIA/JFK Files.
I agree with Karl Golovin about the need for a public vigil in the case of the suppressed CIA files on JFK. Public protest is not my thing but if the courts fail then we may not have a choice. So I endorse Golovin’s call for a meeting and the Kennedy Center is as good a place at any. I’ll be there.
(Full disclosure: Golovin has some opinions about the Sept. 11 attacks that I disagree with.)
Karl Golovin’s proposal: Meet on July 4th, 2014, for what he calls a “Constitutional Assembly for CIA/JFK Files Release” in Washington, DC.
Golovin is proposing a mass assembly at the Kennedy Center on July 4, 2014, to call for release of all of the CIA’s secret JFK files. (See JFKvigil.net for more information.)
In the reader reaction, I see possibilities for consensus on how to act in service of decisively clarifying the JFK story in 2014.
On December 8, Karl Golovin crashed the party for the Kennedy Center awards with a full JFK disclosure message. For his trouble, he and his cameraman were threatened with arrest.
David Gregory of NBC’s Meet the Press makes a cameo appearance.
Golovin wants to use civil disobedience to pressure the U.S. government to release still secret JFK assassination files before their scheduled October 2017 release.
What do you think?