Friday, May 23, 2014
I taped the NOVA Cold Case on JFK quite awhile ago and just finally got to watching it. This wasn't a bad program, talking about all the various angles of this extremely complex assassination story. Conspiracy theories sprouted up almost immediately and this talked about some new ways to look at the bullet evidence. What I found most interesting was the information about how the evidence got mixed up over time, for the most part, completely unintentionally. I did also like that the conclusion was pretty much there was no conspiracy theory. I'm sure this won't change many people's mind, but I enjoyed it and liked the tests and found it nicely laid out to really showcase what we do know and how what we know has gotten muddled.