Fifty-years-ago today, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas. In the ensuing decades, the United States and the world has undergone massive change. Conveniently, Lee Harvey Oswald never made it to trial and the Warren Commission, which was formed to investigate the president's death confirmed that the angry socialist acted alone. However, they would not allowed their findings to be released for another fifty years, adding more speculation that they were hiding something, a star chamber presiding over a cover-up, a conspiracy of the highest order.
On today's show, I'll be joined by my friend, artist, musician and reseasrcher, Dwight Looop. Loop was deeply affected by the Kennedy assasination as an eleven-year-old and has dedicated large chunks of time and attention to understand what really happened in Dallas on 11/22/63.
Loop, John David Brownlow and Dean Balsamo will be presenting "The JFK Assassination, 50 Years Under A Coup at the Jean Cocteau Cinema, in Santa Fe. Dwight and I will explore some of the theories behind the assassination and what's taken place in the void and aftermath of that timeline altering day.
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