The Murder Of JFK: A Revisionist History (1 of 18)
Documentary that explores the reasons behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy using rare and sometimes never before seen footage.
‘Murder of JFK – A Revisionist’s History’ (1/2)
Regarding some of Oswald’s political activities, and the problem of making him seem like the desired lone nut. They go for psychological reasons, instead of political ones. As Robert Kennedy would not take part in the investigation, the second attorney general Nicholas Katzenbach did, and subsequently wrote his famous memo. Also is heard and transcripted, is a phone conversation between LBJ, and Sen. R. Russell,Georgia, where the senator is reluctant to serving at the same board as Chief Justice Earl Warren. LBJ did not have the habit of taking a ‘no’ as a ‘no’. Author D.R.Wrone and Dr G. McKnight comments further.
Clip from Miami included, were people demonstrate to free Jack Ruby. Also a brief interview of Marguerite Oswald.
From ‘Murder of JFK – A Revisionist’s History’.
‘Murder of JFK – A Revisionist’s History’ (2/2)
Continuation from last part, including footage from Dealey Plaza, showing members of the WC, overlooking the area, and discussing the case.
Segment from a BBC special that aired Jan27th, 1964, called The Death Of Kennedy. Discussed is the single bullet theory, or rather ‘single bullet conclusion’ as A. Specter calls it. The host reconstruct the path of the bullet CE399.