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1:17:00
Why?
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The American public has yet to see
the real X-rays and autopsy photographs.

1:17:06
Why?
1:17:07
Hundreds of documents could help prove
this conspiracy.

1:17:11
Why are they being withheld
or burned by the government?

1:17:14
When my office or you, the people, asked
those questions, demanded evidence...

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...the answer from on high
has always been: national security.

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What kind of national security do we have
when we're robbed of our leaders?

1:17:28
What national security
permits the removal...

1:17:31
...of fundamental power from the people...
1:17:33
...and validates the ascendancy
of an invisible government in the US?

1:17:38
That kind of national security is...
1:17:40
...when it smells like it, feels like it,
and looks like it...

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...you call it what it is:
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Fascism!
1:17:50
I submit to you that what took place
on November 22, 1963...

1:17:55
...was a coup d'├ętat.
1:17:57
Its most direct and tragic result...
1:17:59
...was the reversal of Kennedy's decision
to withdraw from Vietnam.

1:18:04
The war is the biggest business
in America...

1:18:07
...worth $80 billion a year.
1:18:10
President Kennedy was murdered
by a conspiracy...

1:18:13
...planned at the highest levels
of our government...

1:18:16
...carried out by fanatical
and disciplined cold warriors...

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...in the Pentagon and CIA's
covert-operation apparatus.

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Among them, Clay Shaw, here before you.
1:18:26
It was a public execution,
and it was covered up by...

1:18:29
...like-minded people in the Dallas Police...
1:18:32
...the Secret Service, the FBl,
and the White House...

1:18:35
...up to and including J. Edgar Hoover,
and Lyndon Johnson...

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...who were accomplices after the fact.
1:18:43
The assassination reduced the President
to a transient official.

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His job is to speak as often as possible
of the nation's desire for peace...

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...while he acts as a business agent
in the Congress...

1:18:56
...for the military and their contractors.

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