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A JFK Conspiracy Film

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posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 08:58 AM
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This maybe to some, a virtually unknown film. At the time of release it was the height of the Watergate affair, and disappeared into obscurity. It is called "Executive Action" released in 1973.

There are some interesting statements at the beginning of the movie which are worth a careful read. The film in some parts of the US only ran for a couple of weeks and some claim the film was deliberately pulled from sight.

It is also claimed that the lead actors were convinced, based upon the information presented to them, that they were convinced a conspiracy was involved in the death of John F. Kennedy. You may find some clips or more
on You Tube.

Background info:

en.wikipedia.org...(film)
www.imdb.com...

edit on 24-1-2014 by Frankinpillow because: spelling problem.




posted on Jan, 24 2014 @ 01:41 PM
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Frankinpillow
This maybe to some, a virtually unknown film. At the time of release it was the height of the Watergate affair, and disappeared into obscurity. It is called "Executive Action" released in 1973.

There are some interesting statements at the beginning of the movie which are worth a careful read. The film in some parts of the US only ran for a couple of weeks and some claim the film was deliberately pulled from sight.

It is also claimed that the lead actors were convinced, based upon the information presented to them, that they were convinced a conspiracy was involved in the death of John F. Kennedy. You may find some clips or more
on You Tube.

Background info:

en.wikipedia.org...(film)
www.imdb.com...

edit on 24-1-2014 by Frankinpillow because: spelling problem.


Hi,
That is an awesome film, and it has been digitally remastered, and was shown on the cable network HDnet in 2007-8?
I would recommend it to anyone.

It brought up some very interesting points, such as LHO was in two places at one time on several occasions.
The film also touches the aspect that the Soviets were involved as was the mob.
The film also names the three shooters, one in the book depository, on the floor above where the rifle was found, one in the storm drain under the overpass, and a team posing as secret service on the grassy knoll.
Several witnesses reported being "moved along" by secret service from the grassy knoll , when there is no record of any agents ever being there.
It also brings up the fact that Kennedy's entire secret service detail was replaced the morning of the shooting.
At the end of the film it is stated that of the nineteen material witnesses, identified by the FBI on the day of the shooting, 16 were dead within 12 months.



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