The Who and why of the Kennedy assassination / Ralph Schoenman.
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Ralph Schoenman, founder and director of the Who Killed Kennedy Committee, and editor of "The Organizer," gives a speech which presents evidence of conspiracy in the John F. Kennedy assassination. He began his investigation in the 1960's when he and Dick Gregory received files from the Dallas police which eloaborated Lee harvey Oswald's connections to the White Russians. Schoenman argues that Kennedy was not a peace makers, but was actually from one camp of rival mobs that control United States assests. He was killed because of this rivalry, not by a lone gunman but by the ruling class which operates conspiratorially because they have a shared interest in maintaining the status quo. The speech is followed by a question and answer session.
Date Recorded on:
Culver City Veterans Memorial Building, 15 Feb. 1992.
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3 reels (147 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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