Unlike most of our interview-based episodes, this one is a replay of the 1963 album, Four Days that Shocked the World: November 22-25, 1963. Reid Collins of WNEW Radio News narrates the events of those four days with news footage spliced in. If you have a conspiratorial view regarding the JFK assassination, you’ll find this fascinating. You’ll pick up small things throughout that are hair-raising. If you just love history, this is a deeply moving piece of work.
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Phillip Mele says
On the subject of the JFK assassination, recently I listened to a 1967 talk by Mark Lane:
From the Archives 58: Mark Lane, Rush to Judgment (1967)
He makes a claim that I have never heard before: that Dr Robert Shaw, the surgeon who operated on John Connally, gave a press conference on the afternoon of Nov 22, and said the bullett that wounded Connally was still lodged in the governor’s leg — per Lane, this press conference happened a couple of hours *after* CE 399 was reportedly found on the stretcher at Parkland — this creates a problem, since it’s generally assumed CE 399 is the ‘magic bullett’, the one that wounded both JFK and governor Connally — so obviously if it was still in Connally’s leg, it could not have been found on the stretcher..
Have you ever heard this before?
Lane further says the Secret Service made an effort to seize all video recordings of Dr Shaw’s meeting with reporters that they could find in Dallas, even that they edited it to remove Dr Shaw’s remarks about a bullett still being lodged in Connally’s leg — but apparently video of the press conference was still available at other media outlets around the country, which is how Lane was able to see the full recording.