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Max Boot's Rant Against Oliver Stone

• https://www.lewrockwell.com,By Jacob G. Hornberger

His beef with Stone? He's upset because Stone has long maintained that the U.S. national-security establishment employed one of its patented regime-change operations here at home, against President John F. Kennedy. 

The title of Boot's piece, which was published in the Washington Post, is "Oliver Stone Just Can't Stop Spreading Lies About JFK's Assassination." In his article, he attacks Stone not only for his 1991 movie JFK but also for Stone's latest update to the movie, JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass.

Interestingly, Boot makes a reference to Stone's accusation "that Kennedy's autopsy reports were falsified."

Actually, the more accurate way to put it is that the U.S. national-security establishment conducted a fraudulent autopsy. That fraud was reflected in both the autopsy photographs as well as the final autopsy report.

But like many other proponents of the official lone-nut theory of the assassination, Boot doesn't address any of the main features of the autopsy fraud in his rant against Stone.

Let's take two examples. (Others are detailed in my two books The Kennedy Autopsy and The Kennedy Autopsy 2.) 

For 30 years, the national-security establishment had falsely claimed that there was only one brain examination in the Kennedy autopsy. 

It was a lie. And when people are lying about something that important, you know that they are up to something that is rotten and no good.


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