All four of them are essentially the same.
A flamboyant district attorney, with visions of conspiracy, proposing a series of theories, most of them bizarre. What he first called a "homosexual thrill killing" evolved, under the influence of the conspiracy buffs who flocked to New Orleans, into a massive CIA and federal government plot.
When push came to shove in the courtroom, a jury took less than an hour to acquit Clay Shawthe man Garrison put on trial. How Big a Conspiracy?
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Just how many people were involved in a conspiracy to kill Kennedy, and then to cover up their deed? Sound logic says that any conspiracy theory, to be credible, must include only a limited number of people.
How many people did Garrison believe were involved? Nobody has an exact count, but the list of all the groups and individuals he implicated is pretty long.
When the House Select Committee examined this issue in the late 70sthey found little solid evidence to place Oswald at that location.
More recent research by Dave Reitzes shows that an office at Camp Street was never more than a notion in the head of Lee Harvey Oswald.
This raises the possibility that David Ferrie knew Oswald. Many conspiracy books imply that some sinister relationship between the two started at this time.
The House Select Committee on Assassinations examined this issue, and this is their report. Does it suggest the possibility that Ferrie knew Oswald? Is there any evidence of a close relationship between the two? Author Gerald Posner interviewed her inand found her no more believable. Unlike Roberts, the Clinton witnesses have been believed by otherwise skeptical investigators like the House Select Committee and Norman Mailer.
During and since the Clay Shaw trial, they have told a consistent and apparently sincere story of Lee Oswald, Clay Shaw, and David Ferrie visiting Clinton, Louisiana one day in in a big black car.
Gerald Posner was the first researcher to gain access to very early accounts of the Clinton witnesses, and he outlines his findings in this passage from Case Closed. There is little doubt the Clinton witnesses are telling the truth as they now recall it. It was almost six years after the alleged incident in Clinton that the witnesses first testified at the Garrison trial.
This power of suggestion, and later coaching, developed the testimony that today has been repeated so often that the House Select Committee found it so convincing.NEWS ALERTS. November 22, Pamela Brown presented "Midnight Blue to Black -- the Vanishing Act of the JFK Presidential Limousine SSX In Broad Daylight" which defined the process by which the JFK Midnight Blue limo, the primary crime scene of the assassination became a rebuilt Black bulletproof limo for LBJ at JFKLancer NID at .
April 3, JFK Assassination On November 29, , our 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas.
A young and vigorous leader who was a victim of the fourth Presidential assassination in the history of a country.
- JFK Assassination What reasons did the HSCA in suggesting that John F Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy.
In , the US Senate ordered a fresh inquiry into the assassination of John F Kennedy, who was murdered in during a motorcade in Dallas, Texas.
Was Dorothy Kilgallen killed because she was writing a tell-all about JFK's assassination? Was this reporter killed because she was writing a tell-all about JFK's assassination?
Declassified CIA reports claim former CIA Director Jon McCone withheld information about President John F Kennedy's assassination in November Lou Ivon: No "Clay Bertrand" Like the FBI in , Garrison's researchers combed the French Quarter for "Clay Bertrand," the man Dean Andrews said had called him on the day after the assassination and suggested that Andrews go .