Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
At this very moment, 50 years ago today, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was tragically assassinated on the streets of Dallas, Texas.
It’s timeless; there’s no concept of 50 years. It’s as if it was yesterday or a few days ago.”
We will never know how history was altered that day, we do know that those in the government have done anything possible to keep We The People from knowing the truth.
This from our good friend Dr. J.B.
Archive Photos Not of JFK’s Brain, Concludes Aide to Review Board – “… The central contention of the report is that brain photographs in the Kennedy records are not of Kennedy’s brain and show much less damage than Kennedy sustained when he was shot in Dallas…” (Washington Post 11/10/1998)
The articles noted above, appearing in the Washington Post and Associated Press over the last few years, are the tip of a huge iceberg which has been surfacing recently, largely unnoticed. In the wake of public furor triggered by the Oliver Stone film JFK, Congress in 1992 passed the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act. From 1993 until the present day, huge numbers of declassified documents, audiotapes of witness interviews and phone calls, and other information on the assassination of President Kennedy have come tumbling out of government archives.
The disturbing and often convoluted stories told in these files has not reached the public at large. This is due in part to the complexity of the stories, a complexity caused by conflicts in testimony and in the written record. The lack of dissemination of these new findings is also due in part to the passage of time—interest in the assassination of President Kennedy has waned over the years.
But journalists’ and historians’ failure to convey the amazing discoveries in these government records has a third cause—the fact that there is now abundant evidence of coverup taking place at the highest levels of government after the assassination. Furthermore, and even more disturbingly, the best leads to the nature of the murder conspiracy itself point in the direction of U.S. intelligence agencies and the U.S. military.
Of the many revelations in the new records, two areas stand out. The first is the overwhelming evidence of a medical coverup, undertaken to hide evidence of one or more shots from the front of the Presidential limousine (indicating at least two gunmen).
The suppressed interviews of autopsy participants during the 1970s Congressional investigation, and new interviews taken in the 1990s, are chock full of detailed accounts which do not square with the official account of the autopsy nor with the “hard” evidence in the case—autopsy photographs and X-rays.
It has long been known that some autopsy photographs and other materials, including tissue slides and the brain of the dead President, have long since gone missing. What is new is credible testimony, from multiple witnesses, that there has been tampering with what physical evidence remains.
The second story has to do with the framing of Lee Oswald for the murder, something which has long been alleged by many who follow the case. But the “new news” concerns tapped phone calls, made by a self-identified “Lee Oswald” to the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City.
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