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Vincent Bugliosi on the Kennedy Assassination


Free Resource (#788) - April 9th, 2009
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Vincent Bugliosi in New York City

In this informative interview conducted at The Cooper Union, noted Attorney Vincent Bugliosi sets his sights on dispelling the culture of conspiracy that has formed around the JFK assassination. Bugliosi's newest book assesses all of the evidence with a fresh lens, demonstrating on a point by point basis why Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin on that fateful day in November, 1963. Ultimately he argues convincingly that JFK's mystique has led to an unwarranted need for greater meaning in his death, a conviction he feels has led many conspiracy theorists astray. This talk is available on streaming video through FORA.tv.

Vincent Bugliosi in New York City

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