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May 12, 2013

JFK: Connecting the Dots Part Four
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In an ongoing series marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Richard welcomes a noted researcher to discuss the movements of Lee Harvey Oswald in the fall of 1963. Also - what do US government officials have to say about UFO's, and are your dolls haunted?
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The Conspiracy Show: JFK Part Four

his installment, Richard and James DiEugenio discuss Lee Harvey Oswald's alleged visit to Mexico City in September 1963. The day after Kennedy's assassination, the CIA claimed they had photographs and taped telephone conversations of Oswald in Mexico City trying to obtain the necessary documents that would allow him to return to the Soviet Union. Further, the CIA claimed to have a recording of a telephone conversation between Oswald and Valery Kostivkov, a KGB assassin who was stationed at the Soviet consulate in Mexico City. Conveniently, this information was not passed on to the FBI in Dallas prior to the murder of JFK. It was given to the Warren Commission who would then use this and other evidence to conclude Oswaldand Oswald alone was responsible for Kennedy's murder. However, DiEugenio reveals that despite the fact that both the Soviet and Cuban Consulates in Mexico City were heavily monitored by the FBI and the CIA, no reliable evidence was every presented proving Oswald was there.
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The Conspiracy Show: Haunted Dolls

Rosemary Ellen Guiley talks about her investigations into haunted artifacts, especially dolls. Rosemary Ellen Guiley says she has been contacted by numerous clients who believe an antique doll that has recently come into their possession, is haunted. Then, Richard speaks with Victor Viggiani about his recent trip to Washington D.C. to attend the Citizens Hearing on UFO Disclosure. The hearing, held over five days featured testimony from over 40 witnesses, including military and commercial pilots, FAA officials, an astronaut, and a former high ranking cabinest member from Canada. The testimony was presented before a panel of former members of the U.S. Congress and was held at the National Press Club.
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