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March 5, 2014

John Judge has suffered a stroke.  If you are reading this, it is likely that you already know John as the executive director of Coalition on Political Assassinations.   For my FB friends who have cared over the years about political assassinations, our mutual friend John Judge, who has done so much as the director of Coalition on Political Assassinations, has suffered a stroke. Reported by his friend “John is improving, but having difficulty speaking. Donations are greatly needed and appreciated. We need to pay rent and bills for several months. John will be unable to work until his voice returns. He will need extensive therapy. Please send donations to COPA, PO Box 772, Washington DC 20044. Please make checks out to Marilyn Tenenoff. Thank you!”

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At the Kennedy Center: ‘Turn that camera on and you’re going to get locked up’

January 5, 2014

On December 8, Karl Golovin crashed the party for the Kennedy Center awards with a full JFK disclosure message. For his trouble, he and his cameraman were threatened with arrest. David Gregory of NBC’s Meet the Press makes a cameo appearance. Golovin wants to use civil disobedience to pressure the U.S. government to release still secret JFK assassination files before their scheduled October 2017 release. What do you think?   http://jfkfacts.org/assassination/news/turn-that-camera-on-and-youre-going-to-get-locked-up/#comment-249819    

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Security at the JFK Thing in Dealey Plaza Was Piss-poor. That’s Because It Wasn’t Security.

November 26, 2013
Security at the JFK Thing in Dealey Plaza Was Piss-poor. That’s Because It Wasn’t Security.

By Jim Schutze Mon., Nov. 25 2013 at 7:00 AM The only truth-teller Friday was Alex Jones, who said the whole thing was a lie.By now all of the responsible parties are congratulating themselves for the seamless passage of the 50th Kennedy Assassination Anniversary event at Dealey Plaza last Friday and especially for the way the massive security apparatus worked. After all, the whole thing went by and we didn’t have a … there was no … we avoided any kind of a … We avoided what? Remind me again what we were avoiding. We assembled enough marching policemen, paddy…

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The Kennedy Assassination, compliments of the National Security State

November 25, 2013

by Pete Johnson; November 23, 2013 On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F Kennedy, the airwaves are awash with coverage which is contradictory, confusing, and dishonest. It is clear that President Kennedy was killed by the National Security State (CIA and Pentagon). The assassination marked the rise of the military industrial complex, the American Empire and the permanent warfare state. This fact is highly troubling for Americans who have not studied the political assassinations of the 1960′s nor the many subsequent crimes perpetuated by the National Security State since 1963. People want to trust their government.…

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Speak out against the Silencing! Volunteer today.

November 11, 2013

I am looking forward to a great conference in Dallas for the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination. As you know, the City of Dallas is preventing Coalition on Poltical Assassinatiosn (COPA) from holding our annual Moment of Silence at 12:30. (http://politicalassassinations.com/2013/10/a-moment-of-silencing/). The City has gone to a great effort to silence those of us who represent 81% of Americans who know that President Kennedy was killed as a result of a conspiracy. We will be passing out a Broadsheet (11×17 newspaper)  in Dallas. The theme of the Broadsheet is that the political assassination of JFK was orchestrated at the…

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JFK assassination: CIA and New York Times are still lying to us

November 6, 2013
JFK assassination: CIA and New York Times are still lying to us

Fifty years later, a complicit media still covers up for the security state. We need to reclaim our history By David Talbot President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy arrive at Dallas Airport, Nov. 22, 1963. (Credit: AP) We’ll never know, we’ll never know, we’ll never know. That’s the mocking-bird media refrain this season as we commemorate the 50th anniversary of America’s greatest mystery – the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson hijacked a large chunk of her paper’s Sunday Book Review to ponder the Kennedy mystery. And after deliberating for page after…

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Jefferson Morley: What we still don’t know about JFK’s assassination

October 27, 2013
Jefferson Morley: What we still don’t know about JFK’s assassination

By JEFFERSON MORLEY Published: 25 October 2013 05:12 PM Updated: 26 October 2013 06:50 PM The assassination of President John F. Kennedy endures as the pre-eminent mystery of American history. How a popular president came to be shot dead in broad daylight has never been explained by Washington in a way that the majority of the American people find credible. A new History Channel poll finds 71 percent of respondents reject the official story that one man alone killed JFK on Nov. 22, 1963. The tragedy in Dallas has been the subject of six official inquiries over the past 50…

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