‘In my previous article, I asked the question ‘Who found Oswald’s wallet at the murder scene?’ Here, I pose another question: Was a phony identification card for ‘Alek Hidell’ inserted into the wallet after Oswald’s arrest?’
“The JFK case is being solved, thanks largely to the brute force of the power of the Internet,” writes attorney Bill Simpich.
Maybe he’s got a point: the CIA’s JFK story is getting a wee bit wobbly.
No other website consistently does fact-based JFK reporting the way JFK Facts does.
But there’s only one site that does original, fact-checkable journalism like Arnaldo Fernandez’s account of a CIA-sponsored raid on Cuba in 1966 that generated a credible suspect in JFK’s assassination.
Attorney Bill Simpich took a close look at one piece of JFK evidence and started asking questions like:
This week brought a burst of interest in the tagged posts on George Hickey, the late Secret Service Man who was falsely accused of firing the fatal shot that killed President Kennedy. I was glad to see people are getting the true story.
The bogus “Secret Service Man Did It” conspiracy meme (it doesn’t deserve to be called a theory) has persisted since the publication of a foolish book called Mortal Error in the 1980s. The meme was revived for the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination by REELZ Channel and an Australian cop who should know better. And Malcolm Gladwell should definitely know better.
JFK Facts: setting the record straight since 2013.
The runaway winner of the best-read JFK Facts story for the second week in a row is Bill Simpich’s investigation of Oswald’s wallet.
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