Wednesday, January 21, 2015
David Robinson, a faculty member of George Fox University and an author and editor, discusses issues of historiography relative to investigations in history, using the assassination of JFK as his prime example. David spoke previously during the "Academic Freedom Conference: Are there limits to inquiry: JFK, 9/11 and the Holocaust", which many who view his presentation here will want to review. The second hour features an interview with Jasper Garrison by Gary King, one of New Orlean's DA Jim Garrison's son, who has stood by his father while others have abandoned him. Apart from the case brought by E. Howard Hunt against Liberty Lobby for claiming he was involved in the assassination of JFK, Garrison is the only law enforcement official to have brought a case against those who took out JFK, including Clay Shaw, whom the CIA would later admit had worked for the agency.