Reading Time: 3 minutes After 50 years of deceit and coverup, Dallas is getting ready for a big event on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. But it seems that the one thing they want most is that those who question the official story stay out of the limelight.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Ernst Titovets, a Soviet-era friend of Lee Harvey Oswald, is being blocked by the US government from visiting Dallas for a lecture on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s death. Strange, because what the man has to say fundamentally supports the US establishment’s preferred line on Oswald—that he was just a man on his own—hence not working for intelligence service. So why block such a cooperative figure? Is it crazy to wonder whether this is actually designed to draw further attention to what Titovets has to say?