John F. Kennedy

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New Books For 2013


Here's an older book that covers the CIA's partership with the Mafia to take out Castro,
and a couple more books about LBJ's involvement in the assassination:

All American Mafioso: The Johnny Rosselli Story
Blood, Money, & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK
Bond of Secrecy: My Life with CIA Spy and Watergate Conspirator E. Howard Hunt

Recommended Videos

Oliver Stone's movie "JFK" is a must see, although you won't believe everything you see. The movie was released during late 1991, but you will still want to own a copy because you'll want to watch it several times. The movie features Kevin Costner and a cast of big name stars, and resulted in a renewed interest in JFK's assassination and the establishment of an Assassination Records Review Board in 1992. Many top-secret government documents were eventually made public thanks to Oliver Stone's masterpiece. If you ever plan to visit Dallas, make sure to watch this movie BEFORE you go!

I also strongly recommend the video package entitled "The Men Who Killed Kennedy". This series is occasionally broadcast (5 episodes) on the History Channel. Keep your eyes open for a repeat, especially before November 22nd. A couple of new episodes were added to the series prior to the 40th anniversary of the assassination, but the final episode was later banned because it implicated LBJ.

Another video of interest is an interview with James E. Files, who confessed to assassinating JFK. You don't have to believe everything he says, but he does reveal some interesting facts in the video entitled Confession of an Assassin.


For those interested in JFK's Limo, here's a nice replica

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