The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History
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More than 40 years have passed since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. The Murder of JFK: A Revisionist History takes a comprehensive examination into the theories behind the assassination itself. It also explains the tragedy within the context of the existing U.S. political and cultural climate, and the global context of the Cold War.
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Winner of the 1999 IDA/ABCNews VideoSource Award for the Best Use of News Footage in a Documentary.
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Doesn't that mean that LBJ, the CIA and the FBI lied to us? Not really; it was a matter of national security, to prevent a CIvil War in America, so the truth could not be revealed for 75 years according to Earl Warren. Well, now that the USSR has fallen and the Cold War is clearly over and done with, popular demand gave us the JFK act, so that in 2017 we can expect all the evidence to be released -- and when it is released, we'll almost certainly discover that this video got it right.
The experts in this video include the most capable researchers, including Jack Anderson, Arthur Schlesinger, Sam Halpern, Gaeton Fonzi, Gerald McKnight, David Wrone, Peter Kornbluh, Gordon Winslow and John Frankenheim. The film archive selected, including White House transcripts and interviews, is better than any other footage assembled. Five stars.
The Castro-Kruschev connection is examined and will yield epiphany on the part of JFK students. The subject of ongoing drug trade between pre-Castro Cuba nd organized crime is not factored in directly but there is sufficient detail here on the aftermath of the Bay of Pigs disaster, involving far right desires to conquer the new Cuba; and the growing Peace movement.
Some fascinating information on Lee Harvey Oswald which should satisfy the anti-"lone nut" theory adherents. The Joseph Milteer taped conversation is used effectively within the narrative.