It’s been fifty years since the Kennedy assassination. Fifty years since the conspiracy subculture came screaming out of the hivemind’s womb. Fifty years since the CIA made “conspiracy theorist” a derogatory term…
Lee Harvey Oswald
The television show In Search Of is a strange little chestnut from my childhood. I knew the show’s host, Leonard Nimoy from his turn as “Spock” in Star Trek repeats, and In…
Secretary of State John Kerry won’t go so far as to suggest the government’s involvement in the Kennedy assassination, but he recently told Tom Brokaw that he’s not sure Oswald acted alone….
A handwritten note by JFK’s personal secretary is up for auction and it is very interesting. On it she lists people she believes were involved in the assassination of her boss. The first person she list in none other than LBJ!! As Susannah Cahalan writes in the NY Post:
John F. Kennedy’s closest aide was the queen of conspiracy theorists.
Evelyn Lincoln, his personal secretary, wrote down a list of suspects in her beloved boss’ assassination — and it included both Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon.
The never-before-seen personal note, scribbled by Lincoln as she sat aboard Air Force One returning to Washington on the day of JFK’s death, lists those she thought might be behind the president’s murder.
The note, estimated to be worth $30,000, is now on the auction block.
Her note listed “Lyndon, KKK, Dixiecrats, [Teamsters boss Jimmy] Hoffa, [the] John Birch Society, Nixon, [South Vietnam President Ngo Dinh] Diem,Rightist, CIA in Cuban fiasco, Dictators [and] Communists.”
Nearly 50 years after the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, the many people still obsessed with the neverending “whodunnit” have a chance to buy various related items from Californian auction…
The Black Fridays Bonus Episode 3 — “I Met Lee Harvey Oswald” Website • iTunes • Direct Download • RSS “Peggy” joins us to talk about her meeting with Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963….
From Nick P. at Black Sun Gazette:
Few events have captured the American imagination more than the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The American public and our greatest intellectuals have poured over the evidence over and over again. It nags at national consciousness like a wound that won’t heal because you keep picking at it.
The solution to the problem always lies on the tip of our collective tongue. Of course, a great deal of the evidence is locked up, hidden away in the vaults of the intelligence community. This article will not attempt to shed new light on the assassination.
Much of the information presented here is available elsewhere, and has been repeated ad nauseum. I wish to concentrate on the subject of the man Lee Harvey Oswald, a singularly fascinating figure in American history.