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JFK Assassination MP3 Collection CD, MP3 Download, USB Flash Drive

JFK Assassination MP3 Collection CD, MP3 Download, USB Flash Drive
JFK Assassination MP3 Collection CD, MP3 Download, USB Flash Drive
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Over 10 Hours On The Assassination Of President John F. Kennedy In A Collection Of 171 Digitally Remastered MP3s, Including Dallas Police Radio Recordings, Complete Lectures By JFK Assassination Investigator Jim Garrison, Breaking Radio And TV News Reports, AIr Force 1 Transmissions, Live Funeral Coverage And Much More, Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #JohnFKennedy #AssassinationOfJohnFKennedy #JFKAssassination #AssassinationOfJFK #JFK #PresidentsOfTheUS #POTUS #POTUSHistory #AmericanPresidents #PresidentsOfTheUS #POTUSAssassinations #LyndonBJohnson #WarrenCommission #WarrenCommissionReport #WarrenReport #JohnConnally #SingleBulletTheory #Dallas #DallasTexas #Texas #Assassinations #JimGarrison #DallasPolice #KBOX #AirForceOne #AirForce1 #AmericanHistory #USHistory #HistoryOfTheUS #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

Charles Bramm - Eyewitness Account Of JFK's Assassination

Clay Shaw Interview 1967

Dallas D.A. Wade - Oswald Charged with Tippit & Kennedy Murders

Dallas Police Chief Curry - ''This Case Is Cinched'' 631123

Dallas Police Chief Curry - JFK Visit Preparations 631118a

Dallas Police Chief Curry - JFK Visit Preparations 631118b

Dallas Police Chief Curry - Oswald Interrogation Progress

Dallas Trademart - Announcement Of JFK & Connally Shootings & Prayers

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Dean Rusk Reacts To JFK's Death

Dwight Eisenhower Reacts To JFK's Death

Eric Leinsdorf Boston Symphony - JFK Dead

Eugene Rostow - Bill Moyers Phone Call 631124

Former House Speaker Joseph Martin - JFK's Death

Jack Ruby - Truth Will Never Come Out

Jack Ruby Trial - Verdict

Jean Hill - JFK Assassination Account

Jean Shepherd - JFK 631125

JFK - Air Force 1 Communications 631122

JFK Arrives Love Field 631122

JFK Assassination - Air-To-Ground Communications

JFK Death - Adlai Stevenson reacts to assassination

JFK Death - Adlai Stevenson

JFK Death - Barry Goldwater

JFK Death - Eisenhower reacts to assassination 631122

JFK Death - Harry S. Truman

JFK Death - LBJ makes first public address as President

JFK Death - UN's 1 Minute of Silence

JFK Funeral - 21 Gun Salute & Taps

JFK Funeral - 50 Plane Salute

JFK Funeral - Capital Building Music

JFK Funeral - Death Dirge

JFK Funeral - Flag Folding Ceremony Music

JFK Funeral - Funeral March

JFK Funeral - Latin Mass

JFK Funeral - National Anthem

JFK Funeral - Processional

JFK Funeral March 01 March & Hail To The Chief

JFK Funeral March 02 Hail To The Chief

JFK Funeral March 03 Air Force Band - Death March by Chopin

JFK Funeral March 04 Marine Band - Eternal Father, Strong to Save - Hail To The Chief

JFK Funeral March 05 March From Capitol To Arlington

JFK Funeral March 06 Drums

JFK Gunfire Dictabelt

JFK Motorcade

Jim Garrison - Tour Around 544 Camp Street 1967

Jim Garrison 19670715 - Rebuttal To 19670619 NBC News Report Pt. 1

Jim Garrison 19670715 - Rebuttal To 19670619 NBC News Report Pt. 2

Jim Garrison 196710 - The Rise Of The Fourth Reich Speech 01

Jim Garrison 196710 - The Rise Of The Fourth Reich Speech 02

Jim Garrison 196710 - The Rise Of The Fourth Reich Speech 03

Jim Garrison 19680131 Tonight Show w Johnny Carson Appearance 01

Jim Garrison 19680131 Tonight Show w Johnny Carson Appearance 02

Jim Garrison 19680131 Tonight Show w Johnny Carson Appearance 03

Jim Garrison 19680131 Tonight Show w Johnny Carson Appearance 04

Jim Garrison 19680131 Tonight Show w Johnny Carson Appearance 05

Jim Garrison 19680131 Tonight Show w Johnny Carson Appearance 06

KBOX Dallas 631122

KLIF Dallas, November 22, 1963

LBJ 631122 - Address To The Nation

LBJ 631122 - Swearing In As President

LBJ 631123 - First Presidential Proclamation

LBJ 631125 - J Edgar Hoover Phone Call

LBJ 631125 - Washing Post Columnist Joseph Alsop Phone Call

LBJ 631126 - NYSE Pres. Keith Funston Phone Call

LBJ 631127 - Eisenhower Press Secy' Jim Haggerty Phone Call

LBJ 631127 - Mrs. Governor Nellie Connally Phone Call

LBJ 631127 - NBC's David Sarnoff Phone Call

LBJ 631128 - Senate Judiciary Chmn. James Eastland Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1110 ET - Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1130 ET - House Majority Whip Hale Boggs Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1311 ET - House Majority Whip Hale Boggs Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1315 ET - Advisor Abe Fortas Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1605 ET - Senator Richard Russell Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1655 ET - Speaker of the House Otto Passman Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1720 ET (Approx) - J Edgar Hoover Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1745 ET (Approx) - Advisor Abe Fortas Phone Call

LBJ 631129 1837 ET - House Majority Leader Carl Albert Phone Call

LBJ 631129 2030 ET - Senator Thomas Kuchel Phone Call

LBJ 631129 2055 ET - Senator Richard Russell Phone Call

LBJ 631130 - CIA Director McCone Phone Call

LBJ 631130 - Federal Reserve Board Chmn. William Martin Phone Call

LBJ 631202 - Jacqueline Kennedy Phone Call

LBJ 631202 - Washington Post Pres. Katherine Graham Phone Call

LBJ 631206 - Senator B. Everett Jordan Phone Call (Except)

LBJ 631207 - Jacqueline Kennedy Phone Call

LBJ 631208 - Mrs. Senator Bill Green Phone Call

LBJ 631218 - Governor John Connally Phone Call

LBJ 640501 - Press Sec'y George Reedy Phone Call

LBJ 640927 - National Security Advisor McGeorge Bundy Phone Call

LBJ 641118 - Senator Russell Phone Call

LBJ 661226 - Press Secretary Bill Moyers Phone Call

LBJ 670202 - Acting Attorney General Ramsey Clark Phone Call

Lee Harvey Oswald - Violence

Mutual Radio Bulletin - JFK Dead 631122

Nellie Connally 631123 - Husband's Status

NJ Gov. Hughes Reacts To JFK's Death

NY Gov. Rockefeller Reacts To JFK's Death

Oswald's Landord Earlene Roberts

Oswald-Bringuier Debate

Oswald - ''I'm Just A Patsy!''

Oswald - Denies Charges & Acts of Violence

Oswald - New Orleans 6308

Oswald - Request for Legal Assistance

Oswald Assassination Live

Pope Paul VI - Address on JFK's Assassination

Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield - Reaction To JFK's Death

Senate Minority Leader Everett Dirksen - Reaction To JFK's Death

Senator Richard Russell - JFK's Death

Sgt. Jerry Hill - The Arrest of Oswald

St. Matthew's Bell Tolls For JFK

Thurgood Marshall - JFK's Death

United Nations - 1 Minute Of Silence For JFK


The Assassination Of John F. Kennedy: John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963, at 12:30 p.m. CST in Dallas, Texas, while riding in a presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza. Kennedy was riding with his wife Jacqueline, Texas Governor John Connally, and Connally's wife Nellie when he was fatally shot by Lee Harvey Oswald, who was a former US Marine firing gunshots from a nearby building. Governor Connally was seriously wounded in the attack. The motorcade rushed to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where Kennedy was pronounced dead about 30 minutes after the shooting; Connally recovered. The Dallas Police Department arrested Oswald 70 minutes after the initial shooting. Oswald was charged under Texas state law with the murder of Kennedy and that of J. D. Tippit, a Dallas police officer. At 11:21 a.m. November 24, 1963, as live television cameras were covering his transfer from the city jail to the county jail, Oswald was fatally shot in the basement of Dallas Police Headquarters (then in the Dallas Municipal Building) by Dallas nightclub operator Jack Ruby. Oswald was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he soon died. Ruby was convicted of Oswald's murder, though it was later overturned on appeal, and Ruby died in prison in 1967 while awaiting a new trial. After a 10-month investigation, the Warren Commission concluded that Oswald assassinated Kennedy, that Oswald had acted entirely alone, and that Ruby had acted alone in killing Oswald. Kennedy was the eighth and most recent US president to die in office, and the fourth (following Lincoln, Garfield, and McKinley) to be assassinated. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson automatically became president upon Kennedy's death. The United States House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA), agreed with the Warren Commission that Oswald's three rifle shots caused the injuries that Kennedy and Connally sustained. After analysis of a dictabelt audio recording the HSCA concluded that Kennedy was likely "assassinated as a result of a conspiracy". The committee could not identify a second gunman or group involved in the possible conspiracy, although the HSCA concluded that analysis pointed to the existence of an additional gunshot and "a high probability that two gunmen fired at [the] President". Nevertheless, the U.S. Justice Department concluded active investigations and stated "that no persuasive evidence can be identified to support the theory of a conspiracy" in the assassination. However, Kennedy's assassination is still the subject of widespread debate. Polls conducted from 1966 to 2004 found that up to 80 percent of Americans suspected that there was a plot or cover-up.