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1:15:03
Nobody.
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False statements and press leaks
about Oswald circulate the globe.

1:15:17
The official legend is created
and the media takes it from there.

1:15:22
The glitter of official lies
and the epic splendor of JFK's funeral...

1:15:26
...confuse the eye
and confound the understanding.

1:15:30
Hitler said:
1:15:32
"The bigger the lie,
the more people will believe it."

1:15:37
Lee Harvey Oswald, a crazed,
lonely man who wanted attention...

1:15:40
...and got it by killing a President
was only the first in a long line of patsies.

1:15:45
In later years, Bobby Kennedy,
Martin Luther King...

1:15:48
...men whose commitment
to change and peace...

1:15:51
...made them dangerous to men
committed to war, would follow...

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...also killed by such lonely crazed men.
1:15:58
Men who remove all guilt by making
murder a meaningless act of a loner.

1:16:04
We've all become Hamlets in our country,
children of a slain father-leader...

1:16:08
...whose killers still possess the throne.
1:16:11
The ghost of John F. Kennedy confronts us
with the secret murder...

1:16:14
...at the heart of the American Dream.
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He forces on us the appalling questions:
Of what is our Constitution made?

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What are our lives worth?
1:16:24
What is the future of a democracy...
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...where a President can be assassinated
under suspicious circumstances...

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...while the machinery of legal action
scarcely trembles?

1:16:34
How many more political murders
disguised as heart attacks...

1:16:38
...suicides, cancers, drug overdoses?
1:16:41
How many plane and car crashes
will occur...

1:16:43
...before they are exposed
for what they are?

1:16:47
"Treason doth never prosper,"
wrote an English poet.

1:16:51
"Wha¬Ěs the reason?"
1:16:53
"For if it prosper,
none dare call it treason."

1:16:56
The American public has yet
to see the Zapruder film.


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