JFK Assassination

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The power and leadership positions in our time are the lot of ambitious men and power-seekers and even mercenaries (where there can be a good profit!), who did not disdain any means, even the most dishonest to achieve their goals by resorting to false slogans and false promises, and bribery, and in certain cases - the elimination by killing people they do not want standing in their way.  Clean-moral principles in the social, political and public life are now in the overwhelming majority of today's "leaders" non-existent, they are recognized as "obsolete", "do not meet the spirit of the time", and therefore "unsuitable for Business Success", "impractical" and even "harmful".  Certainly deep thought reveals truly that the so fashionable "democracy" is devoid of ethical foundations, not to mention the "socialism" and "communism", completely rejecting all morality and humans are seen just as one of the species of animals. 
— Archbishop Averky (1906-†1976) The World Is Mad

Albert E. Burke
Conservatism - JFK Assassination
Peter Levenda

Assassination of John F. Kennedy | Wikipedia

In 1974 Call To Abolish CIA, Sanders Followed In Footsteps of JFK, Truman
The Kennedy Withdrawal: Camelot and the American Commitment to Vietnam

The Parallax View (1974 film) | Wikipedia — Trailer

The President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection | National Archives

A Cruel and Shocking Misinterpretation
Phillip Shenon's "A Cruel and Shocking Twist"

Why the last of the JFK files could embarrass the CIA

Deconstructing JFK: A Coup d’État over Foreign Policy?

The Conspiracy To Kill Kennedy Finally Exposed Thom Hartmann Program | YouTube

PBS Frontline

Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald? | Transcript
Conspiracy: Cases For and Against
8 Things You May Not Know About Lee Harvey Oswald
Oswald, the CIA, and Mexico City
Glimpses of a Life
Hollywood & History: The Debate Over “JFK”
Interview: G. Robert Blakey
Interview: Gerald Posner
Interview: Priscilla Johnson McMillan
Interview: Robert Oswald
Norman Mailer on Oswald
Readings & Links
“Oliver Stone’s Paranoid Propaganda”


History Matters Archive
JFK Assassination Reports and Records
House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA)

HSCA Final Assassinations Report
    The Final Report of the House Select Committee on Assassinations presents the HSCA's findings in the murders of both President John F. Kennedy and Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. The HSCA found a "probable conspiracy" in the JFK assassination, but was unable to determine its nature or participants (other than that Oswald was still deemed to have fired all the successful shots). In the King case, the HSCA similarly found that James Earl Ray assassinated Reverend King, but that there might have been a small-scale conspiracy involved.
    For many assassination researchers, the HSCA's findings suggested a "limited hangout" of a deeper and more disturbing reality. The release of the HSCA's internal files in the 1990s has certainly provided fodder for this view, including evidence of HSCA cover-ups in the area of the medical evidence and of Oswald's intelligence connections and his mysterious trip to Mexico City.
    The HSCA Report presents an overview of the HSCA's work. Many more details are present in the twelve volumes of appendices published in each of the two assassination cases (the JFK volumes are available online here). The voluminous files of the HSCA and the many depositions taken in the investigation are a fertile field for today's researchers.

JKFfacts: Completing the Story of the Assassination — 7 JFK files the CIA still keeps secret
JFKfacts Substack
JeffersonMorley.com — Jefferson Morley: Editor, Author, Speaker
1) Birch O’Neal: the CIA’s unknown Oswald expert
2) WATCH: ‘Oswald was known to a dozen senior CIA officials’
3) What was Operation Northwoods? Was it connected to JFK’s assassination?
4) Official Pentagon history: Top generals resisted JFK’s peace policies in 1963
5) Listen: Oswald talks about Cuba; CIA assets amplify his message
6) Oct. 10, 1963: Six top CIA officers discuss Lee Harvey Oswald
7) What counterintelligence officer Jane Roman Said (See — HistoryMatters.com)
8) Nov. 5, 1963: JFK considers secret talks with Castro
9) November 11, 1963: right-wing racist talked about how JFK would be shot
10) If there was a JFK conspiracy, wouldn’t somebody have talked?
The state of the JFK case in 2014
Pass or fail? The Warren Commission report reviewed 50 years later
Bowing to CIA, National Archives won’t review secret JFK records
Why the Warren Commission got scared of Castro
In These Nuclear Times, History Matters
Favorable Coverage Greets MFF v. Biden

The JFK Assassination: Articles by Dr. Grover B. Proctor Jr.
JFK Assassination
A Reply to Student Questions
Good-Bye To All That
Book Review: Plausible Denial
Interviews with John David Hurt and Victor Marchetti

Spartacus Educational
The Assassination of John F. Kennedy

Assassination Archives
JFK Assassination Reports and Records

22 November 1963
JFK Assassination: the Political Context
“A Little Incident in Mexico City”

JFK: Researching the Researchers
The mystery of Mary Ferrell

LBJ: Master of Deceit
Mary Ferrell’s Enigmatic Past, And How Her Namesake Foundation Added Even More Enigmata to the Mix

Mary Ferrell Foundation
The Case Against Oswald — Exceedingly brief summary of the main points in the case for Oswald as the lone assassin, and brief rebuttals of those arguments
Grandmother of JFK Assassination Research Lived a Double Life — Philip F. Nelson, April 8, 2022
Too Many Coincidences
“Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.” — Ian Fleming

The Kennedy Assassination — John McAdams © 1995-2021
Transcript of [Oswald's] FPCC Debate Over Station WDSU [New Orleans]


Trauma Room One: The JFK Medical Coverup Exposed
Eisenhower, UFOs, MJ-12 & JFK’s Assassination


The Men Who Killed Kennedy | Wikipedia
The Men Who Killed Kennedy Parts 1-9 | YouTube

The Killing of President Kennedy BBC 1978 | YouTube

Public Opinion

The One Thing All Americans Agree On: JFK Conspiracy
Majority in U.S. Still Believe JFK Killed in a Conspiracy | Gallup polls