Nov 242013
 
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JFK and Presidential SealWhy did the Bush administration reclassify 55,000 Kennedy Assassination documents under the Official Secrets Act in 2006, making it a felony to possess them? Which documents are now classified? The government won’t tell us because the list of which documents we can no longer have copies of is also “Classified.”

Marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, George Noory was joined by a different guest in each hour for a discussion on what occurred on November 22, 1963. In the first hour, investigative journalist¬†Jim Marrs¬†reflected on the nature of the JFK assassination cover-up, noting that it has been maintained for all these years by obfuscation and the presence of “too much information.” As such, he said, the case has spawned endless debates over details both great and small, resulting in confusion for the general public to the point of exasperation and, eventually, apathy. Marrs also decried the Warren Commission as a public relations effort whose goal was to “show the world that America was not a banana republic, where the government can be changed through conspiracy.” Continue reading »