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JFK Assassination Theorists Convene. Will Mel Gibson Be There? Jesse Ventura Will.

The JFK assassination happened 51 years ago today. So this weekend in Arlington, Texas, a group of enthusiasts will gather in a Sheraton Hotel ballroom to talk about who really did it. There is an array of guest speakers lined up, including Jesse Ventura, thanks to his Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura show on TruTV. Mel Gibson was in a …

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50th Anniversary Of JFK Assassination Commemorated

The 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination was commemorated Friday in Dallas amidst prayers and tears. President Kennedy was only 46 when he was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas. His assassination marks one of the darkest moments in the American history. “Our collective hearts were broken,” Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings told a crowd of about 5,000 who came to remember …

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Zapruder Film: Revisited After 50 Years

According to a recent poll by Gallup, 61% of Americans still believe that more people were involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy than simply Lee Harvey Oswald. Despite the fact that this number is the lowest it has been in nearly 50 years, it still represents an overwhelming majority of the American populace, and a poll earlier this …

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JFK Assassination Was a Conspiracy According to 61% of Americans

As the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy fast approaches, it’s a good time to remind everyone that the majority of Americans still think the official story is bullshit. According to a new poll from Gallup, 61% of Americans think that other individuals were involved in the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. Put another way, 6 out …

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JFK Assassination Changed Secret Service

Times have changed for the Secret Service since the ill-fated day of November 22, 1963, when John F. Kennedy was shot. Riding in the back of a convertible is absolutely unthinkable these days, after numerous assassination attempts since JFK have made it impossible for a president, or even a candidate, to be unprotected during appearances. When Kennedy was shot, his …

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CBS to Live-Stream Original JFK Assassination Coverage Online

Next Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination, and CBS is remembering the historic event with a “real-time” broadcast of the original 1963 coverage, as it aired on that fateful day. At 1:40 pm EST on Friday, November 22nd, CBSNews.com will begin to stream Walter Cronkite’s famous coverage of the event, as it happened 50 years ago. Kennedy …

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Dan Rather Not Involved in NBC’s JFK Coverage

Legendary journalist Dan Rather was instrumental during the original coverage of the JFK assassination; however, CBS has not asked him to participate in coverage for the 50th anniversary. Rather reported for CBS in 1963 on the day of the assassination and was involved in the coverage of President JFK’s initial visit to Dallas. His commentary (such as the voice over …

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JFK’s Legacy 50 Years After Assassination

John F. Kennedy, the president with the iconic Hollywood smile, has a legacy that lives on nearly fifty years after his assassination. The navy hero had a wide-spread political career before the tragic end to his life. Congressman by the age of twenty-nine and a senator by the age of thirty-five; there is no surprise that JFK would ultimately be …

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JFK Assassination: Secret Service Might Have Been Involved

The JFK assassination is coming up on its 50th anniversary, and as the date approaches several movies and documentaries will be popping up on television. One of the most intriguing is “JFK: The Smoking Gun”, which will debut on ReelzChannel this fall. In it, retired police detective Colin McLaren says he’s gone through four years worth of evidence regarding the …

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