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The End of Innocence - The JFK Assassination

John Young

Join 35-year JFK assassination researcher, John Young as he breaks down the mystery of the Kennedy assassination. What’s the hidden facts that the history books didn’t tell you.

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In today's episode, we take a look at the buildup to the JFK's murder and what kind of a role the Mafia may have played in the assassination. How could they have benefited from killing Kennedy and what mafia godfather spilled his guts to an informant... more

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As we study and talk about the assassination of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963 and search for answers as to who, what and why. Could the answer to who was behind Kennedy’s murder be found in who benefited the most from his assassination. That’s... more

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9 days ago

What if I told you that in 1962 the US government proposed a "false flag" plan to President Kennedy that called for CIA operatives to commit acts of terrorism against American military and US civilian targets, so they could blame the acts on Cuba and... more

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16 days ago

While it's no surprise that Lee Harvey Oswald's fingerprints were found on the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository on November 22, 1963. He worked in that building and primarily worked on the 6th floor daily stacking boxes of books. So, his... more

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23 days ago

In this week's episode of the End of Innocence - the JFK assassination, we do a complete overview of the Jim Garrison investigation that would result in the acquittal of Clay Shaw. Will Jim Garrison ever get his vindication in the history of this cas... more

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a month ago

In this week's episode of the End of Innocence, the JFK Assassination. We listen to a few very rare interviews and witness statements as we get ready to cover the Clay Shaw trial next week.

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In this week's episode of the End of Innocence, the JFK assassination..... we continue to look at what Jim Garrison was doing in the almost two years between the arrest of Clay Shaw and the start of the trial. As Garrison is making his ways thru the ... more

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2 months ago

In this week's episode of the End of Innocence, we continue to take a look at the Jim Garrison investigation of Clay Shaw in a conspiracy to murder President Kennedy. Shaw has been arrested and now the wait for the trial is on. Garrison would find hi... more

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