The essay that begins below was posted yesterday on the author’s website, Behind the Curtain. Global Research posted it less legibly today, and several other sites are expected to post or link to it soon. — MCM
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Another magical JFK assassination pseudo-debate and limited hangout, by Edward J. Curtin, Jr. | Behind the Curtain Much has been made of the Sept. 9 simultaneous reports in The New York Times and Vanity Fair of the claims of a former Secret Service agent, Paul Landis, who was part of the security detail in Dallas, Texas, when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963. Like so many reports by such media that have covered up the truth of the assassination for sixty years, this one about “the magic bullet” is also a red herring. It encourages pseudo-debates and confusion and is a rather dumb “limited hangout,” which is . . . READ MORE . . .