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Rush to Judgment (1967)

 -  Documentary  -  2 June 1967 (USA)
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Mark Lane interviews witnesses to the Kennedy assassination and exposes serious flaws in the conclusions made by the Warren Commission.

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Credited cast:
Mark Lane ...
Himself - Presenter and Interviewer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
L.E. Bowers Jr. ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Charles Brehm ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Acquilla Clemons ...
Herself - Witness to Tippit Murder (as Mrs. Acquilla Clemons)
Napoleon J. Daniels ...
Himself - Witness to Oswald Murder
Nelson Delgado ...
Himself - USMC, Trained with Oswald (as Sgt. Nelson Delgado)
Richard C. Dodd ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Nancy Hamilton ...
Herself - Employee at Ruby's Club
S.M. Holland ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Joseph W. Johnson ...
Himself - Employee at Ruby's Club
Penn Jones Jr. ...
Himself - Editor and Publisher, Midlothian News
Mary Moorman ...
Herself - Witness to Assassination, Took Photos
Orville Nix ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination, Took Photos
J.C. Price ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Warren Reynolds ...
Himself - Witness to Tippit Murder, Shot
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Mark Lane interviews witnesses to the Kennedy assassination and exposes serious flaws in the conclusions made by the Warren Commission.

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The Plot to Kill JFK: Rush to Judgment  »

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Chilling assassination time capsule
21 June 2013 | by (The Mists of Time) – See all my reviews

Over the decades, there's been so much propaganda on both sides of the JFK assassination argument, that it could be off-putting to anybody, especially the novice.

But the strength of RUSH TO JUDGMENT is it's timing, the period, coming just a couple of years after the assassination... True, as it was so early, not as much was known then--- but sometimes less is more; what you have here are just fresh, unpolished, unrehearsed, raw and chilling interviews with the witnesses at a time LONG before the whole topic had become the lost-in-time cliché it seems to now be.

The quiet simplicity, lack of pretense, the (then) newness of the subject-matter, and the flavor of the era drive home this documentary's point more effectively and convincingly--- and hit a far more macabre note --- than any thunderous, drum-beating entry today could possibly achieve.


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