Saturday, 22 November 2014

The 51st Anniversary of the assassination

Today marks the 51st Anniversary of the assassination of whom I consider to be the best President of the United States of America since his time. It’s heartening to see that even after all of these years, there are many people out there who are interested in knowing what really happened on that terrible day in Dallas 51 years ago. There are three things pertaining to the assassination which I am very much looking forward to reading/viewing. The first two are Volumes two and three of Greg Parker’s seminal book Lee Harvey Oswald’s Cold War: Why the Kennedy Assassination Should Be Reinvestigated. Volume one of this ground-breaking book can be bought through a variety of sellers (see here for a list of these sellers).

The third thing I am very much looking forward to is a documentary on Oswald and the assassination; which will be put together by researchers Lee Farley, Greg Parker, Frankie Vegas, and Terry Martin. I have the utmost confidence in the abilities of all four of these individuals, and I can’t wait to see what they piece together. I strongly encourage the reader to read through this discussion of this project on Greg Parker’s seminal research forum.

To conclude this post, I will repeat what I wrote last year on the 50th Anniversary of the President’s assassination: R.I.P President Kennedy. You will never be forgotten!

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