JFK documents released after the Warren Commission Report have implications regarding the accuracy of the JFK assassination reporting. Join us as we discuss this issue.
President Kennedy’s death would become a weight that Dallas citizens, including those born after November 22, 1963, would carry in their hearts for years to come. Did Dallas deserve the label that so many around the country and even the world gave to it: “The City of Hate”?
In 1964 seven members of the President’s special committee were appointed to head up the Warren Commission. This blue ribboned panel of politicians and justices were to investigate the JFK assassination, come to a conclusion, and lay the rumors surrounding the assassination to rest.