I’ve had little time lately to spare for JFK assassination-related reading, but I have a few minutes to spare here. I watched Robert Groden’s “JFK: The Case for Conspiracy” a while back, and I’d recommend it highly. Not without a reservation here and there, of course, but the overall theme of it is sound.
The video does not delve into who the conspirators were, as it has a more basic mission: to show that there was a conspiracy. And a cover-up. It seemed obvious to me when I wrote the first post on this subject a few months ago that there was indeed a conspiracy before the fact and a cover-up after the fact, but it is not obvious to everybody. Basically, as I tweeted at the time:
Robert Groden’s “JFK: The Case for Conspiracy” should be a standard part of every high school U.S. history class.
We’ve been lied to. By powerful people. For some mysterious purpose. I have a feeling that I know what the purpose was, but even if I’m wrong there was some other purpose that’s also not acknowledged publicly.