by Jim Fetzer and Press TV William Colby, the former director of the CIA, told us that the agency owns everyone of significance in the mass media. The onslaught of false and misleading reports during the 50th observance of the assassination of JFK provided stunning confirmation that he was correct. None of the national […]
he alteration of the home movies of the assassination of JFK is among the most powerful proofs of government complicity in the assassination.
The crux of The Warren Commission Report (1964) is the claim that the same bullet that hit JFK in the back also hit Gov. John Connally, which the report itself downplays the “magic bullet” theory as “not necessary to any essential findings of the Commission”.
By Jim Fetzer (with David S. Lifton) “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves”― Vladimir Ilyich Lenin As serious students of the death of JFK are aware, the FBI and the Secret Service concluded on the day of the assassination that there had been three shots and three hits: * the […]
On the eve of the 50th observance of the death of JFK, it would appear to be timely to make an assessment, not only of what we know now that we didn’t know then, but of the contributions of some of the most admired figures in the history of assassination research.
Perhaps the most important trait of the human mind turns out to be the capacity to adjust your beliefs to the available evidence.
As we approach the 50th observance of the death of our 35th president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the disinformation campaign is reaching a fever pitch.
by Christof Lehmann and Jim Fetzer A former Marine Corps officer, James Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality. McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Dr. Fetzer has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, […]
As a huge fan of actor Tom Hanks, I have admired him in many roles, including Charlie Wilson’s War and Saving Private Ryan. I am also a fan of Leonardo DiCaprio, who became a worldwide phenomenon in Titanic.