Four years ago, President Trump promised to release the JFK assassination files, more than once, even right up to the date that had been mandated by the 102nd Congress with the passage of the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection in 1992 -- October 26, 2017. Thanks to Mike Pompeo, then head of the CIA, … Continue reading Will the JFK Assassination Files EVER be Released? It Depends . . .
Last year (2019) in a few conferences that I attended, I showed the video of an appearance on the Today Show of Dexter King, Dr. King's younger son, who explained the King family's motives behind their cooperation with Dr. William Pepper in conducting a civil suit against Lloyd Jowers, for his involvement in the plot … Continue reading Who’s the More Credible, Dexter King or David Garrow? You Decide.
Note: I will present my newest research on how -- and why -- Percy Foreman inveigled his way into the position of attorney for James Earl Ray precisely when Ray had decided to fire his first attorney Arthur Hanes in order to rid himself of ties to the oleaginous novelist William Bradford Huie. As a … Continue reading The Webinar “JFK Dallas Conference” Starts Today! Do not miss this event!
Purists will remind me it was actually a luncheon, but we'll let the title stand, given the great double entendre to the movie with that title, And of course we'll probably never know for sure who approved the choice to invite Ms. Kitt to the White House (though she explained in the video below that … Continue reading Lady Bird to LBJ: “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”
Untold Texas Stories About the JFK Assassination BY SARA PETERSON AND K.W. ZACHRY Fascinating Personal Insights by (mostly) Texans of the JFK Assassination. This book uniquely presents a widely diverse cross-section of personal anecdotes from – and about --numerous people having personal direct experiences related to the assassination of President John Kennedy. It is an … Continue reading Book Review: The Lone Star Speaks