16 questions posed by Bertrand Russell on J F Kennedy's assassination, in 1964 before the Warren Commission report was released.
I had no idea that Russell had expressed his opinion on the matter. I found it interesting that, even in 1963, the US media did not much resemble the international press: "U.S. Embassies have long ago reported to Washington world-wide disbelief in the official charges against Oswald, but this has scarcely been reflected by the American press."
(Spotted on Lew Rockwell)
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
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