Tuesday, February 01, 2005

The Smoking Gun: A Dark Day In Dallas

The Smoking Gun: A Dark Day In Dallas - Collection of government documents related to JFK's killing. Touches on everything from Kennedy's autopsy to a cop's notes of his post-arrest interviews with Lee Harvey Oswald.

From the site:

November 22 marks the 40th anniversary of the murder of President John F. Kennedy. And while the assassination has been endlessly chronicled and debated, The Smoking Gun thinks that these documents, released by the federal Assassination Records Review Board, provide a unique--and harrowing--picture of that day in Dallas.

Charged with assembling government documents related to JFK's killing, the ARRB secured--and has made public--records from the FBI, CIA, National Security Agency, Warren Commission, Dallas police, House Select Committee on Assassinations, and countless other agencies, groups, and individuals. The following selection of documents touches on everything from Kennedy's autopsy to a cop's notes of his post-arrest interviews with Lee Harvey Oswald to the bill for JFK's casket.

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