Assassination Of John F. Kennedy
Nixon Resigned Instead Of Facing Impeachment
resigned over an obstruction of justice charge (with some of
the legal groundwork prepared by a young Hillary Rodham). Nixon
resigned gracefully, the media declared the incident over and
Gerald Ford declared that it was time to "put the whole affair
behind us and move forward". This was done because the last
thing anyone wanted in Washington D.C. was an impeachment trial.
Even Nixon's worst enemies dared not allow it. The reasoning
was simple. Sooner or later, someone would ask the following
when Nixon's re-election was a study in foregone conclusions,
was it necessary to break into the DNC headquarters at the Watergate?"
answer to that question, never asked by politician, never asked
by servile media, was the dark secret that could not be revealed;
the secret that would have brought down the entire government!
later, it did come out what had been the motive for the break-in.
It was connected to what Nixon called "Hanky Panky" on the White
DNC had gotten copies of the photographs taken of the three
tramps in Dealey Plaza, and identified two of them as long time
Nixon henchmen E. Howard Hunt and Frank Sturgis. This put the
DNC in a position to at least blackmail the President, if not
expose him outright. This is why E. Howard Hunt lead the break-in;
it was his own ass he was trying to save.
photos resurfaced as part of a news story, and E. Howard Hunt
sued the publisher, Liberty Lobby. He lost. Attorney Mark Lane
provided witnesses that placed E. Howard Hunt in Dealey Plaza
at the time that John F. kennedy was killed.
tramps in Dealey Plaza.
The enlargements of E. Howard Hunt
is from the third frame down.
The enlargement of Frank Sturgis
is from the bottom frame.
Stone's self-proclaimed "countermyth," JFK mocks
the doubtful veracity of the Warren Commission's
findings on the Kennedy assassination and summmarizes
some of the myriad theories that have been proposed
in its stead. Focusing on the investigation by New
Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison into the
activities of the FBI and other government agencies
as well as their attempted cover-ups, Stone weaves
fact and speculation into a compelling argument
for the reopening of the case files.
The Movie Trailer To Oliver Stone's "JFK"
Men Who Killed Kennedy
medical technician who was at the autopsy states categorically
that the body he saw was not the one shown in the
official photographs. The mortician who buried Lee
Harvey Oswald reveals a startling discovery made 18
years later. A highly decorated Army officer says
he was trained to eliminate key witnesses... Forty
years after JFK was shot in Dallas, controversy rages
around his assassination. The Men Who Killed Kennedy,
an authoritative six-part series drawing on exclusive
interviews with highly placed government sources and
independent investigators, is the most comprehensive
examination of the case ever filmed.
The Complete Story in 6 Parts:
The Coup d'Etat - A medical technician casts doubts
on the official autopsy photographs, and photo analysis
undermines the lone gunman theory.
The Forces of Darkness - See two shadowy figures on
the grassy knoll, and find out about the "lost"
home movie that contained key evidence.
The Cover-Up - An FBI agent confirms that evidence
has been suppressed, and a notorious criminal is confronted
about his possible role.
The Patsy - Witness Oswald's reaction when charged
with the shooting, and the mortician who buried the
alleged assassin reveals what he discovered 18 years
The Witnesses - The people who were there - but who
the government chose to ignore - tell their versions
of what happened at Dealey Plaza. The Truth Shall
Set You Free - See conclusive proof that the official
autopsy photos were faked, and hear from an Army Colonel
who says he was trained to eliminate witnesses to