Air Date: September 17, 2013
Host: Vic Eliason
Guest: Dr. Jerome Corsi
50 years ago, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down in a Dallas motorcade with his wife Jacqueline at his side, killed by an assassin’s bullet in the prime of his life and the height of his presidential power. Since that time literally hundreds of books and film documentaries have been released. But to this day, the JFK assassination has remained the greatest ‘who-done-it’ mystery of the 20th Century.
Joining Vic Eliason to discuss this issue was Dr. Jerome Corsi. Dr. Corsi is a #1 New York Times best-selling author and a senior staff writer for wnd.com. He received his PhD from Harvard in political science. He is the author of the newly released book, ‘Who Really Killed Kennedy?’ It’s subtitle is, ’50 Years Later Stunning New Revelations about the JFK Assassination’. The book is being released nationally today.
According to Dr. Corsi, his fascination with John Kennedy began with the McClellan Committee Hearings in 1957 where the Elkins crime family were the star witnesses. He noted that this family warned Kennedy that he’d be shot with a high powered rifle from a tall building while he would be in a motorcade.
This is just the beginning of a story that uncovers corruption, lies, as well as the involvement of the C.I.A. and how Kennedy’s death unleashed a new era of American global policy.
On this edition of Crosstalk, Dr. Corsi answers the following questions:
–What did the Warren Commission know that the public didn’t?
–What was the connection between Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby?
–Was Oswald merely a C.I.A.”patsy”?
–Was Roscoe White one of the shooters?
–Is Kennedy’s death related in any way to a speech he was about to give?
–What are we to make of the taped confessions from the Mafia?
–Did Lyndon Johnson know of the plot to kill Kennedy?
With his father’s connections to the Kennedy administration, perhaps no one is better qualified to tie up the loose ends on this case than Dr. Corsi. Find out what he’s uncovered from this critical time in American history when you review this interesting edition of Crosstalk.
Dr. Corsi’s book, ‘Who Really Killed Kennedy?’ can be obtained by going to