Oswald? CIA? LBJ?
Will we ever get to the last word on America’s most compelling political assassination?
To get to the last word it probably makes sense to start with the man who asked some of the first questions—New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison. According to KLAS-TV Las Vegas:
Haunting questions about the assassination of President John Kennedy will be raised and explored on Friday, Jan. 31 when a panel of the best known JFK researchers meet at UNLV.
The event, dubbed “The Last Word on the JFK Assassination” is open to the public and will also be carried live on the Internet. It’s being produced by filmmaker and former television host John Barbour of Henderson.
Barbour’s documentary film “The Garrison Tapes” will be shown in its entirety and then the panelists will interact with the audience.
John Barbour, a longtime fixture on television and creator/producer of the hit show Real People, spent years trying to get Garrison’s story on film and the result of his perseverance was The Garrison Tapes. It was released just after Oliver Stone’s JFK, and it plays like an amicus brief for Stone’s film. The full documentary is available to watch here: The Garrison Tapes
This free event features a panel of best-selling authors—Jim Marrs, Dick Russell, and Joan Mellen—and it airs at 7 pm PST on January 31st. It will be available to watch live via Livestream.
Trailer/Promo for the event: Garrison Event Promo