Friday, February 6, 2015
This episode begins with the extraordinary encounters I have had with residents of Northfield, MN, after having been invited to participate in a series of talks on controversial subjects by Norman Butler, the owner of a local bar and restaurant. He asked me to speak on JFK, 9/11, Wellstone and Sandy Hook, which was especially appropriate, since Wellstone had been a member of the Department of Political Science at Carleton College, one of two liberal arts colleges in Northfield. But once my speaking engagements had been announced, Norman was besieged with attacks for hosting an "anti-Semite" and "Holocaust denier". The situation has been quite extraordinary and has been tracked by the local newspaper, The Northfield News. The reference links will take you to the most important articles and discussion related to this controversy. In the second hour. Gary King and Larry Rivera continue their brilliant series about new discoveries in the death of JFK, this time about Billy Lovelady, whom the government claimed was "the man in the doorway", which other studies (based upon their respective heights, weights, builds and clothing) have shown was actually Lee Oswald, which means that the accused assassin of JFK not only was not "the lone gunman" but cannot have even fired a shot.