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Peter McGuire
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Proganda tonight on the Kennedy Tragedy. My opinion is as the late Ted Sorensen in that the Kennedies were blessed, not cursed.

Problem is that I know that JFK's bodyguards facilited JFK's killing - then I hear on this episode the naive RFK had only one FBI bodyguard in California. True or not true, what the hell was RFK thinking? He knew more or less how his brother was killed, yet he did not seek revenge nor did he protect himself from a similiar fate!

This is history now, but why do those of us who know what really happened have to have our Saturday nights ruined by this lying propaganda?

Stop insulting our intelligence by clinging to the decades disredited lies, and at least let the Kennedy family rest in peace without causing so many of us to keep this going because we continue to be lied to.

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Peter,

I assume you're talking about the "home movies of the Kennedys" program last night. While it was nice to see some rare footage of the family, there was the typical msm spin throughout. Oswald was referred to as "the assassin," and there was a followup statement that the Warren Commission concluded there was no conspiracy. Nothing about all the decades of controversy, or the fact that public opinion polls have consistently show 3/4 or more of all Americans believe there was a conspiracy.

Meanwhile, JFK's alleged affair with Marilyn Monroe was referenced as an indisputed historical fact. There is a clear double standard here, which the msm has always adopted regarding the Kennedys. The allegations about JFK's "reckless" sex life have been accepted at face value by the same suspects who demand "concrete proof" of a conspiracy before they will even mention all the impossibilities in the official story.

These shows about the Kennedys are worth watching for one reason; they remind us of just how many tragedies this one family weathered. FOUR seperate unnatural deaths of their children? That's really impossible, from any actuarial standard. The Greeks would have been hard pressed to adequately chronicle their story.

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Peter,

I assume you're talking about the "home movies of the Kennedys" program last night. While it was nice to see some rare footage of the family, there was the typical msm spin throughout. Oswald was referred to as "the assassin," and there was a followup statement that the Warren Commission concluded there was no conspiracy. Nothing about all the decades of controversy, or the fact that public opinion polls have consistently show 3/4 or more of all Americans believe there was a conspiracy.

Meanwhile, JFK's alleged affair with Marilyn Monroe was referenced as an indisputed historical fact. There is a clear double standard here, which the msm has always adopted regarding the Kennedys. The allegations about JFK's "reckless" sex life have been accepted at face value by the same suspects who demand "concrete proof" of a conspiracy before they will even mention all the impossibilities in the official story.

These shows about the Kennedys are worth watching for one reason; they remind us of just how many tragedies this one family weathered. FOUR seperate unnatural deaths of their children? That's really impossible, from any actuarial standard. The Greeks would have been hard pressed to adequately chronicle their story.

I understand what you are saying about the three brothers and JFK Jr's deaths. Quite impossible. Throw into the mix Ted being discredited out of the presidency and you have something that you just can not believe.

Also a great point about the double standard of proof. When it comes to his death, nothing is absurd for those who cover this thing up and give us their excuses. Yet, there is very little concrete evidence of the Kennedys affairs either. Do note how the president turned away from the camera at that shot with Ms. Monroe.

Like Dorothy Killgallen, Ms. Monroe did not die from an overdose, nor did either of them commit suicide.

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"Jack Ruby knew his CIA involvement with Thomas Eli Davis in running gun against Castro and Davis's ongoing CIA assassination ties were dynamite. When Ruby warned his lawyer about his association with Thomas Davis, he was tiptoeing through a minefield. If a witness or investigative reporter had revealed the Ruby - Davis connection, it could have blown open not only Ruby's trial but also the Agency's behind-the-scenes role in the assassination plot. Ruby's CIA background may have been the lead that nationally syndicated columnist Dorothy Kilgallen told friend she was following when she attended the trial, gained a private meeting with Ruby behind closed doors,and then, while being hounded for months by the FBI, died mysteriously in her Manhattan home. "

JFK and the UNSPEAKABLE Washington and Dallas page 358

She drank. She took "sleeping pills" which were overprescribed at the time and not even in pill form usually. But she did not kill herself. She was having the time of her life in her affair with Johnny Ray. Richard still loved her, she was onto the story of any reporter's dreams and it would have broken open the case of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

So, one more person died. But oh, well - many did , so whats one more?

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