59 years ago today, a barrage of gunfire forever altered the course of American history. The real mystery of President Kennedy’s murder is not “whodunnit”, but why we Americans accepted the theft of our democracy with so little protest. Today, as we honor JFK’s life and legacy, let’s also remember the handful of ordinary citizens who refused, and continue to refuse, to let the truth die along with the President. Suggested reading for today: Gaeton Fonzi’s The Last Investigation; Mark Lane’s Plausible Denial; Robert Groden’s Absolute Proof; Jim Douglass’s JFK and the Unspeakable; Abraham Bolden's The Echo from Dealey Plaza.
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