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Did j garrison write anything after on the trail of the assassins?


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Some of Garrison's files turned up in other places: in Bud Fensterwald's collection, at the Assassination Archives and Research Center, in the Billings collection at Georgetown and in the Weisberg collection at Hood.

For context, the US government files from the Garrison era and the defense files are illuminating, too.

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In the 1980s and 90s JG was elected and served two ten-year terms as an appeals court judge on the 4th Circuit of Appeals of Louisiana. Although not about the assassination his rulings, both majority concurrences and dissents make very interesting reading and give a terrific measure of the man.

Interestingly, he ruled on a case involving Rosemary James, the reporter who outed his JFK investigation. She didn't object either to his presence or his ruling in her case. Having come across this years ago I neglected to note the particulars at the time and repeated attempts at a law library to find the case have been unsuccessful. But somewhere, in that 20-year span of 4th Circuit Appeals Court hearings, it's there....

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