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1. [Reprinted from The Presidential Recordings: Lyndon B. Johnson. The Kennedy Assassination and the Transfer of Power, November 1963–January 1964, vol. 1 (New York: W. W. Norton, 2005), liii–lxviii]. At the end of John F. Kennedy's two-day visit to five Texas cities, the schedule called for the President to spend Friday ...


Oct 29, 2017 ... Adam Gopnik writes about the lack of surprises in the recently released files on John F. Kennedy's assassination, and about Donald Trump and the “deep state.”


Oct 27, 2017 ... It will take weeks for experts to comb through the 2800 documents released about the Kennedy assassination. But here are five things we learned on day one . - Rob Tornoe, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.


Oct 23, 2017 ... President Donald Trump has said he plans to allow the release of classified government documents about the assassination of President John F Kennedy. The deadline set in law by US Congress mandating the public release of the secret files has been set for this Thursday. The documents, which include ...


Mar 6, 2018 ... President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on 22 November 1963 while on a trip to Dallas, Texas. It is alleged that Lee Harvey Oswald shot him from a high window of a building as the president travelled down the street in an open car. Oswald was captured on the day of the assassination but he was ...


On September 24, 1964, a copy of the official Warren Commission Report was delivered to President Lyndon Johnson in the Oval Office. Its conclusions were, in hindsight, as accurate as possible, given the commission's impossibly short investigative calendar and its utter lack of foreign intelligence. It named, correctly, Lee ...


2: Countdown to Darkness: The Assassination of President Kennedy Volume II ( Volume 2) [John M. Newman] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The book's first chapter contains new revelations about how Oswald was a witting false defector to the USSR in a CIA plan to surface a KGB mole in the CIA.


Smith might have been the unhappiest reporter in President Kennedy's motorcade in Dallas on November 22, 1963. He had split from his wife, he was broke, and United Press International, his employer, wouldn't pay an advance for the trip because he was behind on his expense reports.


Dec 7, 2017 ... One of the main questions around the Kennedy assassination was whether Lee Harvey Oswald was the only person shooting at the president in Dallas that November day in 1963. Investigators had found three bullet casings on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository, where Oswald had been ...