With the release earlier this month of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA’s post-9/11 detention and interrogation program, we all learned more than we may ever have wanted to know about the agency’s historic disregard for some of the finer points of constitutional law and ethics. Although such techniques as waterboarding and anal feeding are relatively recent developments, the secret government that introduced them to the world is anything but.
For those interested in the subject, whether already students of the JFK assassination or not, the events of Nov. 22, 1963 and the ensuing half-century are as good a place as any to start. And for those interested in starting there, one would be hard-pressed to choose a better portal than Passing the Torch: An International Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Available NOW both in a 13-DVD set and via digital downloads, these professionally videotaped proceedings of the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law’s 2013 Annual Symposium include, among many other highlights, veteran journalist David Talbot‘s provocative “Allen Dulles: Chairman of the Board of the JFK Assassination,” attorney/activist Mark Lane‘s “The JFK Assassination, the Warren Commission and the CIA,” Congressional investigator Dan Hardway‘s “A View from the Trenches: The HSCA and the CIA,” and legendary film director Oliver Stone‘s “Untold History of the JFK Assassination.”
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Who’s watching the CIA this New Year?
Who better than YOU?