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The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 9 “The Guilty Men” →  May 31, 2009

This episode, “The Guilty Men” focuses on individuals alleged to be directly involved in the actual murder plot, including Lyndon B. Johnson and his associate Malcolm Wallace, the heads of the FBI, CIA and Secret Service as well as some of Johnson’s friends in Big Oil and suppliers of Vietnam war materials. The Men Who […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 8 “The Love Affair” →  May 31, 2009

This episode, “The Love Affair” focuses on eye-opening interviews with Judyth Vary Baker, a cancer-research specialist who was having an extramarital affair with Lee Harvey Oswald prior to the assassination. According to her claims (which seem to be substantiated by official records) Ms. Baker was working with Oswald, David Ferrie and others, on a secret […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 7 “The Smoking Guns” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 6 “The Truth Shall Make You Free” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 5 “The Witnesses” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 4 “The Patsy” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 3 “The Cover-Up” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 2 “The Forces of Darkness” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

The Men Who Killed Kennedy – Part 1 “The Coup d’Etat” →  May 31, 2009

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a 9-part video documentary series by Nigel Turner[1] that began with two episodes originally aired in 1988 in the United Kingdom in two one-hour segments about the John F. Kennedy assassination. The United States corporation, Arts & Entertainment Company, purchased the rights to the original two segments. In 1989, […]

MLK’s Assassination, Jim Di Eugenio →  May 31, 2009

An interview with research author Jim DiEugenio on the assassination of Martin Luther King. The discussion covers the politics and politicians associated with his life and untimely death, including J. Edgar Hoover, Malcom X, JFK, RFK, Judge Joe Brown, Loyd Jowers, the King family and Lyndon B. Johnson. The 1997 trial of James Earl Ray […]