The Guns of November: 60th Anniversary Redux
Thursday, November 23 6:00pm — 10:00pm
On Thanksgiving Day, from 6pm until 10pm, KFJC presents an odd-numbered observation of the 60th anniversary of JFK's assassination.
From 6 until 7pm, we feature FTR#190, an interview with Bill Davy, the author of Let Justice Be Done. The interview highlights New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison's trial of Clay Shaw, including Shaw's assistance from the CIA and firm indications of the assassination as a coup d'etat.
From 7 until 8pm we present FTR#971, detailing the many Nazi operatives and organizations involved at the operational level of the JFK assassination.
From 8 until 9pm, the program features FTR#253, setting forth the numerous connections between the Watergate scandal and the JFK assassination, including discussion of Nixon being in Dallas, Texas, on 11/22/1963, something he lied about to the FBI in 1964.
From 9 until 10pm, we present FTR#1290, featuring discussion with researchers Jim DiEugenio and Lisa Pease about the Oliver Stone documentary JFK Revisited. Of particular interest is a reading of Jack Ruby's interview with the Warren Commission, in which he indicated that he was part of a conspiracy.