A 'Jarring' Oswald Disclosure Attracts Widespread News Coverage
And a new poll shows a bare majority of Americans reject the official story of a lone gunman.
My presentation on the CIA’s undisclosed operational interest in accused assassin Lee Harvey Oswald in the summer of 1963 is drawing national and international news coverage.
I presented more of the evidence behind my JFK Facts story, “Yes, There Is a Smoking Gun,” at a media event at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on Tuesday. Judge John Tunheim, former chair of the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) also spoke, calling on President Biden to release the last of the JFK files. Bradford and attorney Larry Schnapf discussed the foundation’s lawsuit against Biden and the National Archives for failure to enforce the JFK Records Act.
Fernand Amandi, a Florida pollster and MSNBC analyst, presented results of his firm’s nationwide poll conducted in mid-November that gauged how Americans think about JFK’s assassination today and what they think President Biden should do about the remaining secret files.
The press conference made national news in two ways.
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