James Fetzer is a professor emeritus of the Philosophy Of Science at the University of Minnesota.
A few weeks ago I chatted to Covert Action‘s Jeremy Kuzmarov about the assassination of Marilyn Monroe, and I found it fascinating. Yesterday I chatted to James about the assassination of JFK, easily one of the most significant events of the 20th century.
Or, more accurately, one of the most significant conspiracies of the 20th century.
Do you believe the official story?
I don’t believe the official story.
As it turns out, I don’t believe most official stories.
But the thing to remember is that the phrase “conspiracy theorist” was – following growing scepticism surrounding the Warren Commission Report – weaponised by the CIA in an attempt to discredit and silence dissenting voices.
So, what actually happened?
An excellent documentary
Here’s what I understand.
- Oswald was a decoy.
- There were around eight to ten shooters.
- A few were in on it, including the driver.
- It was a CIA coverup.
James has incredible insight into the whole thing. I found the conversation riveting.
My TNT conversation with James
Our podcast conversation
Since I like face-to-face conversations, James joined me on my podcast too. I highly recommend this one because James had more time and freedom due to the nature of podcasting.