Exclusive: Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly and co-author Martin Dugard are acquisitive for accession banking “killing” with their Killing Kennedy. But the new book may accept a bigger agenda, solidifying accepted history abaft the Warren Address on JFK’s murder and disturbing bottomward his character, writes Jim DiEugenio.
By Jim DiEugenio
A continued time ago, Fox Account personality Bill O’Reilly was a aerial academy history teacher. Martin Dugard was an columnist who had accounting a few history books, e.g. about Christopher Columbus and Stanley and Livingstone. Aftermost year, the two men collaborated on a book about the annihilation of Admiral Abraham Lincoln. Killing Lincoln accepted to be a “killing” in accession way, a banking one.
This year is the 49th ceremony of the assassination of Admiral John Kennedy. Several writers and blur producers are already advancing aloft projects for the 50th ceremony aing year. It seems that O’Reilly and Dugard absitively to get the jump on the break by aggravating to echo the success of their book about Lincoln, thus, we accept Killing Kennedy.
But the Kennedy case is not the Lincoln case. The Lincoln case is one that has acclimatized into history. The absurd affair about the annihilation of Admiral Kennedy is that, 49 years later, we are still advertent things that the government has approved to accumulate abstruse about the case.
For instance, aloof a few months ago it was abstruse that the Air Force One tapes at the National Archives were incomplete. They had been edited to annihilate a advertence to a concern about the area of Air Force General Curtis LeMay as Admiral Kennedy’s anatomy was actuality alternate from Dallas.
This fabricated the account aback historians accept that LeMay and Kennedy agape active during the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, but additionally because there accept been letters that, for whatever reason, LeMay was present during the Kennedy dissection at Bethesda Medical Center that evening.
I acknowledgment this not abandoned to appearance that there are still important secrets seeping out about the annihilation of Admiral Kennedy, but additionally because you will not acquisition a chat about any cogent new affirmation in this book. In fact, in commendations to the absolute annihilation of Admiral Kennedy, this is a book that could accept been accounting in 1965. I could acquisition absolute little, if anything, pertaining to the absolute assassination that was apparent in afterwards decades.
Which poses a question: Besides the accessible befalling to banknote in, what is the book’s purpose? It seems to be to re-sell the Warren Agency Report’s antecedent appraisal of the assassination to a new admirers in a new millennium, except in an abridged version, active up with some novelistic autograph and some dank tales of extramarital .
This book upholds every arguable axial assumption of the Warren Report. It says that Lee Harvey Oswald attack and dead Kennedy by himself; that Jack Ruby afresh marched bottomward the Main Artery access of the Dallas Badge base and dead Oswald abandoned and unaided; and that neither man knew anniversary added or was part of a beyond conspiracy.
In added words, alike admitting 4 actor pages of absolute accept been declassified aback 1964, none of this diplomacy in the diminutive to O’Reilly and Dugard. In Killing Kennedy, the Warren Agency got it appropriate way aback afresh and the hundreds of acerbic and book-length critiques of its adulterated analysis aren’t account considering.
Indeed, one of the best amazing things about the O’Reilly/Dugard book is its abundant assurance on the Warren Address because, aback 1964, there accept been added aloft official inquiries that accept apparent that the Warren Agency was not aloof a awry inquiry, but that it was beggared of acute information. With important pieces of the addle missing, the commission’s abstracts were absolutely questionable.
Given Official Washington’s antipathy for New Orleans DA Jim Garrison, I assumption it’s not hasty that O’Reilly and Dugard never acknowledgment his analysis or the discoveries he fabricated about Lee Oswald’s activities in New Orleans in the summer 1963. But they additionally abstain aldermanic inquiries, such as the 1975 Church Committee analysis by Senators Richard Schweiker and Gary Hart into the abortion of the FBI and CIA to absolutely acquaint the Warren Agency of accordant facts.
Then, there was the Abode Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA), which was in affair from 1976-79 and assured that there acceptable was a additional apache in Kennedy’s murder.
In the 1990s, accessible absorption in the case was renewed by Oliver Stone’s cine “JFK” and abnormally its affecting use of the Zapruder blur of the annihilate attack animadversion Kennedy’s arch backwards aback Oswald was behind, not in front, of the motorcade. That affected the conception of the Assassination Records Analysis Board, which from 1994 to 1998 declassified about 2 actor pages of abstracts that had been either absolutely hidden or acutely redacted above-mentioned to that time.
Much of this advice was acutely interesting, abominable or diminutive abnormally as it accompanying to Oswald’s analytical accord with U.S. intelligence and bourgeois activists.
Yet, in animosity of all this, O’Reilly and Dugard appellation the Warren Address one of the backbones of their assignment (p. 306) and amusement its abstracts as commensurable in authoritativeness to the affirmation that John Wilkes Booth dead Admiral Lincoln in 1865.
This indicates two things: 1.) Their analysis was not in any way complete or in-depth, and 2.) The book was calendar apprenticed from the start. For to annihilate all this new advice amounts to depriving readers of new affirmation that challenges the Warren Commission’s conclusions. The book wipes abroad all ambiguity about the mystery.
Nowhere is this added axiomatic than in the delineation of Lee Harvey Oswald. Aback the time of the Garrison investigation, until the discoveries about the CIA and Oswald in the declassified files of the ARRB, there has absolutely been a active beck of affirmation to belie the attenuated and advisedly attenuated account of Oswald in the Warren Report.
In fact, it has been arise that, angled off by Warren Commissioner (and aloft CIA Director) Allen Dulles, the FBI and CIA apposite their responses about Oswald’s ties to the intelligence community. (Gerald McKnight, Breach of Trust, p. 323) That account was of the sociopathic beatnik who, balked in his own claimed and able ambitions, absitively to absolution his acrimony by killing Admiral Kennedy.
The botheration with aggravating to advance that attitude today is that there is so abundant affirmation to abate it. For example, although the authors briefly acknowledgment Oswald in New Orleans, they never accompany up the abode of 544 Camp Street, the abode rubber-stamped on at diminutive one of the pamphlets that was in Oswald’s control in the summer of 1963.
When Garrison apparent this, he absolved bottomward to the abode and begin that it was additionally the abode that housed the clandestine detective offices of Guy Banister, an FBI adept who had retired and afterwards opened up an analytic account in New Orleans.
Mostly Banister monitored the activities of what he anticipation were advocate organizations, i.e. socialists, integrationists, communists and pro-Castro sympathizers. He generally active clandestine agents to accumulate tabs on these groups. Both Garrison and the HSCA interviewed several assemblage who declared that they saw Oswald at Banister’s. Some of these assemblage said that Banister absolutely gave Oswald an office.
Therefore, Garrison anticipation Oswald fabricated a impaired aberration by putting the abode area he was declared to be alive clandestine on this document. And we apperceive from a declassified HSCA account with Banister’s secretary that Banister was absolute agitated aback he begin out Oswald had done this.
What makes this advice alike added aperitive are two added factors: One of the pamphlets that Oswald formed Banister’s abode on was declared “The Crime Adjoin Cuba,” a certificate accounting by New York activist Corliss Lamont. It became awfully accepted and went through at diminutive bristles printings by 1967. But the one Oswald had in New Orleans was from the aboriginal printing, which was done in 1961. But Oswald could not accept ordered this archetype afresh aback he was in the Soviet Union at the time. However, the CIA did adjustment 45 copies of the aboriginal copy in 1961. (James DiEugenio, Destiny Betrayed, p. 219)
And, two, what makes that actuality alike added absorbing is a analysis fabricated through the declassified files of the ARRB that the CIA had absitively to run a counter-intelligence diplomacy adjoin the Fair Play for Cuba Committee in 1961. This included cyberbanking surveillance, interception of mail, and, best chiefly in commendations to Oswald, the burying of bifold agents central that organization. (John Newman, Oswald and the CIA, pgs. 236-243)
This CIA diplomacy was supervised by James McCord (who afterwards alike as one of the Watergate burglars) and David Phillips, who was reportedly apparent in New Orleans at Banister’s appointment and at the Southland Center in Dallas with Oswald. (Larry Hancock, Accession Would Accept Talked, pgs. 168, 183) Therefore, from these links, it is accessible Oswald got the anachronous Corliss Lamont advertisement through Phillips via Banister.
Most bodies today would accede the aloft to be accordant advice about Oswald, admitting not a aroma of it was in the Warren Agency and today, 48 years later, none of it is in the O’Reilly/Dugard book.
The Mexico Trip
The authors additionally briefly blow on Oswald’s declared cruise to Mexico City. Yet again, they about bassinet from the Warren Address and abstain the bags of declassified pages by the ARRB. And this includes the arresting 400-page Lopez Address done for the HSCA in the astern 1970s.
O’Reilly and Dugard artlessly accompaniment that Oswald went to Mexico to get a acceptance to Cuba, which is not absolutely accurate. It ignores the actuality that Oswald, or accession claiming to be him, additionally visited the Soviet admiral in accession to the Cuban consulate. The absolute cold was to accretion an in-transit acceptance to Cuba with the ultimate destination, Russia.
But this is aloof the alpha of what O’Reilly and Dugard do with Mexico City. The authors call an altercation amid Oswald and Cuban admiral administrator Eusebio Azcue. (p. 219) What they do not say is afresh rather important. Azcue went to the movies two weeks afterwards the assassination and saw a newsreel of Oswald actuality attack by Jack Ruby. Azcue was abashed because the man he saw actuality attack in the newsreel was not the man he argued with in Mexico City. (Anthony Summers, Conspiracy, p. 348)
Further, Sylvia Duran, the Cuban agent in Mexico City who talked the best to the man declared Oswald, afterwards said the aforementioned thing. She said the man she talked to was short, about 5’ 4’” tall, and had albino hair. (ibid, p. 351) This does not call Oswald.
There was a third attestant in this regard, Oscar Contreras, a adolescent man belief to be a advocate at National University in Mexico City. Oswald had gone to the university cafeteria and was sitting aing to him and his friends. He afterwards addled up a chat with Contreras about his disability to get a acceptance to Cuba. Later, Contreras declared that the man he talked to was not the Oswald attack in Dallas. (ibid, p. 352)
In passing, in affiliation to accession subject, O’Reilly and Dugard point up accession botheration with Oswald in Mexico City. They accept that Oswald did not allege Spanish. Yet, in the tapes relayed to Washington by the CIA base in Mexico City, the man they say is Oswald batten Spanish well. (Newman p. 335) Authoritative this alike drifter is that whoever this man on the tapes was, he batten absolute poor, access Russian. (ibid)
Again, every attestant who knew Oswald testified that he batten chatty Russian. Certifying this problem, aback the CIA beatific tapes and photos to Washington and they were apparent and played for the FBI agents interviewing Oswald, the agents said this photo was not Oswald and the articulation on the tapes was not the man they interviewed. (Newman, p. 520)
Any candid reader, aback confronted with this information, would accomplish article was awry with the CIA’s adventure about Oswald in Mexico City. But O’Reilly and Dugard aloof leave this affirmation out.
The Case Adjoin Oswald
Which brings us to the authors’ case adjoin Oswald. One of the best austere problems the Warren Agency had in authoritative a case adjoin the accused apache was that the affirmation in Dealey Plaza appropriate that the absolute acid of Kennedy booty abode in six seconds. In the amplitude of those few seconds, three shots were fired. Two of the three were absolute hits on a ambition affective abroad from the marksman at a slight angle.
But there were two complicating factors in authoritative this case. Aback the Agency approved to alike this accomplishment with capital marksmen from the armed services, none of them could accomplish the goal. (Sylvia Meagher, Accessories Afterwards the Fact, p.108)
Secondly, by no amplitude of the acuteness was Oswald a capital rifleman. In fact, aback columnist Henry Hurt interviewed dozens of Oswald’s Marine Corps colleagues, they were agape that the Warren Agency could accompaniment that Oswald could accomplish with such acid accomplishment because the Oswald they recalled was either a characterless attack or worse.
For instance, Sherman Cooley said, “I saw that man shoot, and there’s no way he could accept abstruse to shoot able-bodied abundant to do what they accused him of.” (Hurt, Reasonable Doubt, p. 99) And Cooley was an able hunter and accomplished shot. Hurt assured afterwards interviewing several dozen Marines, “on the accountable of Oswald’s acid adeptness there was about no barring it was laughable.” (ibid)
How do O’Reilly and Dugard get about this barrier and accomplish Oswald the sole apache of Admiral Kennedy? They do article that not alike Vincent Bugliosi did in Reclaiming History. They artlessly change the facts and address that “Oswald was a able attack in the military.” (p. 15)
When I apprehend that, the book about abandoned out of my hands. A account like that is not a baloney of the facts. It is a deception. The authors antecedent this to the Warren Report. However, aloft award the accordant section, pages 681-82, the clairvoyant will see that annihilation alike aing this affectionate of description appears on those pages.
For example, the Address says that “his convenance array were not absolute good,” and he denticulate two credibility aloft the minimum to authorize in the mid-range akin for acid ability. And from there he got worse afore he larboard the Marines. There is no way, except on Fox News, that this qualifies as actuality a “crack shot.”
How absorbed are O’Reilly and Dugard on convicting Oswald for the reader? They leave out what abounding bodies anticipate is the distinct best important allotment of affirmation in the Kennedy murder. Namely, the Zapruder film. The book spends several pages anecdotic the acid arrangement in Dealey Plaza. But I could not acquisition any acknowledgment of what the Zapruder blur shows: Kennedy’s absolute anatomy rocketing astern with such force and acceleration that it bounces off the aback seat.
This acclaimed afterimage takes abode aback Kennedy’s arch is addled and a access of claret and tissue explodes advancement into the air. To any cold eyewitness it appears that it was this attack that acquired Kennedy’s agitated reaction.
In fact, aback the Zapruder blur was apparent to the accessible for the aboriginal time in 1975 on ABC, this angel created a firestorm of altercation that affronted the conception of a new investigation, namely the HSCA. Why? Because that arrangement adumbrated a attack from the front, while Oswald and the Texas Academy Book Depository were behind.
I anticipate I accept why the authors larboard out this abominable fact, while including accession memorable angel from the Zapruder film. In a agitation attack, Jackie Kennedy crawled assimilate the block of the car to retrieve a allotment of her husband’s skull that has aloof been absolute out. (p. 271) If the book had declared both actions, Kennedy’s anatomy rocketing backwards and Jackie retrieving the allotment of skull from the trunk, afresh the acid consequence would accept been that Oswald was not the assassin, aback the laws of physics advance that a attack from abaft would drive Kennedy’s arch and skull bits forward.
In anecdotic the added attack that hit Kennedy, the one that has become accepted as the Magic Bullet, afresh the authors do article startling. They say that this ammo entered Kennedy at the akin of his lower neck. (p. 266) Again, this is a deception. During the analysis by the HSCA, a medical console advised the dissection photographs of Admiral Kennedy. An artisan afresh bifold the photos. Anyone can see that this attack did not access the neck, but Admiral Kennedy’s back. (Click actuality and annal bottomward http://www.celebritymorgue.com/jfk/jfk-autopsy.html)
O’Reilly and Dugard change this affirmation for the aforementioned acumen that Gerald Ford aria about this point in the Warren Report: to accomplish it added achievable that this bullet, allegedly accursed from six belief up, could hit Kennedy at this bottomward angle and still avenue from his throat.
In adjustment to bottle the adventure of the Magic Bullet, the authors afresh abridge added important information. The book describes Dr. Malcolm Perry’s attack to animate Admiral Kennedy at Parkland Hospital by acid a tracheotomy over his throat wound. (p. 276) What the authors omit is the actuality that afterwards on that day, during a columnist appointment at the hospital, Perry said that this anguish in the advanced of the close was one of access and accordingly could not accept been accursed from the rear. (See p. 256 of Dr. David Mantik’s essay, “The Medical Affirmation Decoded” in Annihilation In Dealey Plaza, edited by James Fetzer.)
But further, O’Reilly and Dugard additionally say that no basic were addled in Kennedy by this bullet. (p. 266) Yet, as both Dr. Mantik and Dr. John Nichols accept approved (the closing at the balloon of Clay Shaw) if one follows the abstracts for this anguish accustomed in the Warren Commission, the cervical base would accept had to accept been struck. Yet, there is no affirmation of this on the dissection x-rays and photos. This is added affirmation of the bewitched qualities of this bullet.
Method to the Distortions
Before abrogation the mechanics of the absolute assassination, let me calendar one added arresting description accustomed by the authors. Anyone accustomed with the diplomacy of the Kennedy case knows that in the Warren Agency scenario, Oswald was declared to accept complete both a barricade of boxes abaft him, and a baby belvedere of boxes in advanced of him on the sixth attic of the Texas Academy Book Depository. The closing was allegedly to burrow him from any intruder; the aloft was to allegedly blow and/or arise the weapon while apprehension the motorcade.
The botheration with this is that adolescent artisan Bonnie Ray Williams testified that he was bistro a craven cafeteria on the sixth attic up until about 12: 20. (Meagher, p. 324) And secretary Carolyn Arnold saw Oswald on the additional attic at about that aforementioned time. (Summers, p. 77) By eliminating this testimony, the authors abstain the accessible question: How could Oswald accept confused all of those abundant boxes of books into abode in aloof a amount of minutes? For if Arnold is correct, he could not accept been on the landing beneath the sixth attic cat-and-mouse for Williams to leave.
To top it all off, O’Reilly and Dugard now add in article that is absolutely startling. Forgetting about the boxes in advanced of their assassin, they absolutely address that Oswald attack at Admiral Kennedy from a continuing position! (p. 264) Yet, photos taken that day acknowledge that the window at which the declared assassin was battlefront from was aloft abandoned about 15 inches. (DiEugenio, p. 352) If Oswald were battlefront from a continuing position, it’s acceptable the attack would accept burst the bottle in the window, which it did not.
But, as we accept seen, with O’Reilly and Dugard there is a adjustment abaft their distortions, deceptions and omissions. Actuality it seems to be that they appetite to await on the affidavit of Howard Brennan to accord a description of the ballista to the police. As abounding accept noted, including ex-prosecutor Robert Tanenbaum, if Oswald was admiration bottomward comatose his burglarize on the boxes, how could Brennan accord a description of acme and weight? (p. 280)
But there is a added botheration with the declared arising of Brennan’s description. As Tanenbaum, aloft Deputy Counsel for the HSCA, has noted, Brennan allegedly gave his description to the Abstruse Account a few moments afterwards the shooting. Yet, all the Abstruse Account agents were at Parkland Hospital with the president. So whom did Brennan absolutely allocution to in Dealey Plaza? (Meagher, p. 10)
Let us now move to the culminating two murders that weekend, those of administrator J. D. Tippit and the acid of Oswald by Jack Ruby. Needless to say, O’Reilly and Dugard address that it was Oswald abandoned who attack Tippit and it was the affectionate bar buyer Ruby, abandoned and unaided, who attack Oswald.
Concerning the former, the authors abstain the new affirmation in Barry Ernest’s book The Girl on the Stairs, in which he interviewed a Mrs. Wiggins who was a attestant in the Tippit slaying. She certified by both a TV advertisement and her own bank alarm that the acid took abode at 1:06. She afresh said she saw the aggressor abscond the scene.
But the actuality that the woman certified the time would annihilate Oswald as the killer, because the Warren Address declared that he larboard his rooming abode at about 1:03, about a bisected hour afterwards the assassination. (See, p. 163 of the Warren Report) It would be physically impossible, alike for O’Reilly and Dugard, to get Oswald to bisect nine blocks in three minutes.
Again, the authors abstain this acute point. Yet they do calendar article that highlights it. From the arena of the Tippit annihilation to the Texas Theater, area Oswald was apprehended, is eight blocks. Yet this book says it took Oswald 25 account to get there. And they accept him running.
Killing Kennedy depicts Jack Ruby killing Oswald because of his abuse at what the declared analgesic of Kennedy had done. But to annihilate any suspicion that Ruby had advice in entering the Dallas Badge basement on Sunday, Nov. 24, or had planned on killing Oswald 48 hours previous, the book curtails the account of Ruby’s weekend.
O’Reilly and Dugard calendar that Ruby was at the midnight columnist appointment captivated by DA Henry Wade on Friday night afterwards the assassination. (p. 287) But they do not absolutely acquaint the clairvoyant of what Ruby did there. Looking to the absolute apple like a anchorman in the aback of the room, Ruby adapted Wade aback he afield alleged the accumulation Oswald had solicited for in New Orleans. This was an important acumen because the accumulation Wade named, the Free Cuba Committee, was an anti-Castro organization. (Summers, p. 457)
Killing Kennedy does not acquaint the clairvoyant that Ruby was additionally at the badge base on Saturday. He was aggravating to get capacity of aback the badge were activity to move Oswald to accession jail. (ibid, p. 458) Then, on Sunday morning, there is added than one address that Ruby was at the Dallas Badge base aboriginal in the morning, conceivably as aboriginal as 8:00 a.m. One of the sources was the affectionate of attestant attorneys dream of having: a abbey (ibid, p. 460)
From all of the above, it would arise that Ruby was ecology the base and aggravating to acquisition out aback Oswald was to be transferred. Did Ruby accept advice accepting into the basement that Sunday morning in adjustment to shoot Oswald? The Warren Address said Ruby came bottomward the Main Artery access and somehow evaded the bouncer there, Roy Vaughn, alike admitting Vaughn knew Ruby.
But the HSCA apparent a new witness, one who appears to accept been abhorred by the Warren Commission. Sgt. Don Flusche told the new analysis that there was no agnosticism in his apperception that Ruby, whom he had accepted for years, did not airing bottomward Main Artery anywhere a the access because he was continuing adjoin his car at the time, which was anchored beyond the street. (ibid, p. 462)
So how did Ruby get into the basement? The HSCA assured that Ruby came bottomward an alleyway at the ancillary of the badge station. In the average of this alleyway is a aperture that opens to the arena attic of the building. From there he could accept accomplished the basement. It angry out that the Dallas Badge Department’s arch of aegis that day, Patrick Dean, had aria about this issue. He said the aperture could not be opened after a key. By interviewing three custodians, the HSCA accepted this was false. It could be opened after a key “from the administration Ruby would accept entered.” (ibid, p. 468)
I could go on and on in this regard. The book is absolutely broadcast with errors of blank or agency on about every page, abundant of the bamboozlement focused on solidifying abiding bourgeois belief adjoin Kennedy as actual fact, from laying the abounding accusation for the Bay of Pigs abortion at his doorstep to discounting his diplomacy for abandoning U.S. aggressive armament from Vietnam.
On the closing point, at the time of his death, Kennedy had committed not one added American troop to Vietnam than aback he was inaugurated. And he was in the act of abandoning the admiral he and Admiral Eisenhower had committed. It was Johnson who antipodal this plan aural three months with the autograph of NSAM 288. This independent the diplomacy for a massive air, acreage and sea war adjoin Vietnam that included the use of appropriate diminutive weapons in case of Chinese intervention. This is article Kennedy would never accept alike entertained, let abandoned active off on.
Regarding both JFK and accession actual amount featured in the book Martin Luther King Jr. the authors bandy in abounding belief about extramarital affairs. In application the brand of David Heymann and Seymour Hersh’s discredited book, The Dark Ancillary of Camelot, they present the best acute tales in this regard.
I accept dealt with this affair apropos Kennedy in my continued essay, “The Posthumous Assassination of John F. Kennedy.” (See The Assassinations, edited by James DiEugenio and Lisa Pease, pgs. 324-73) Apropos King, abounding bodies who heard these declared surveillance tapes, like announcer Ben Bradlee, acquainted they were created by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.
Which brings us to a absolute quandary. O’Reilly and Dugard absorb abounding pages anecdotic the declared appearance flaws of Kennedy and King. But they absorb aing to none anecdotic the abundant beyond flaws of J. Edgar Hoover, longtime CIA Director Allen Dulles and Admiral Johnson. I admiration why and there is a acceptable explanation.
For decades, it has been a cardinal ambition of the American Appropriate to breach bottomward the hero cachet of Kennedy and King, admitting there is no agnate political charge to abuse Hoover, Dulles and Johnson. So, a book that is advised to do several things at already adhesive the accepted acumen about the Kennedy assassination in band with the aboriginal Warren Agency findings, brownnose to bourgeois readers and accomplish endless of money would artlessly abstain all the blowzy affirmation of CIA and FBI atrocity and highlight the animal frailties of Kennedy and King.
Thus, Killing Kennedy is aloof the latest archetype of O’Reilly’s advantageous accommodation to advertise out, alike on a affair that already appeared to draw his honest interest. Abounding years ago O’Reilly was the host of a amalgamated diplomacy declared Central Copy that drew on his accomplished associate with Gaeton Fonzi, the late, abundant acreage investigator for both the Church Committee and the HSCA. Fonzi supplied O’Reilly with abounding absorbing belief about the Kennedy case in the aboriginal 1990s aback Oliver Stone’s blur was creating a new furor about the case. The belief all acicular against a conspiracy, and some still abide on YouTube today.
But then, O’Reilly was assassin by longtime Republican accessible Roger Ailes to assignment for Rupert Murdoch’s Fox network. According to columnist Russ Baker, O’Reilly capital to abide his analytic pieces on the JFK case at Fox, but these ambitions were quashed by Ailes, who had cut his teeth in backroom as a media adviser for Kennedy’s archrival, Richard Nixon.
So today, O’Reilly’s assignment on the Kennedy case is adverse to what he did before. He alike suggests the arch motive for his sell-out on folio 313. He dedicates the book to his boss, Roger Ailes, whom he obsequiously calls “a brilliant, assured warrior.”
That is a accurate confession. Too bad it came on the aftermost page. If it came on the aboriginal page, we would accept accepted that a declared assassination analysis was actuality supervised by a political accessible with an calendar to angle the history.
Jim DiEugenio is a researcher and biographer on the assassination of Admiral John F. Kennedy and added mysteries of that era.
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