Forty-four years now since the murder of the first distinctively postwar president.
The NY Times marked the occasion with an article about the Zapruder film that in passing reasserted the notion that Oswald did it.
Earlier this year the Times published a disinformative and dismissive review of David Talbot’s book Brothers, which while editorially messy contains several important new bits of information, and manages to bring the essentials to life in 400 easy to read pages.
The Times, then, still seems on the payroll.
Meanwhile Howard Hunt’s explicit confession (I was just a “benchwarmer” on CIA team) continues to be blacked out in the mainstrea media.