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The JFK Assassination: The Jim Garrison Tapes (1992)

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Jim Garrison ...
Himself - Former New Orleans DA (archive footage) (as Judge Jim Garrison)
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Bill Alford ...
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F. Irvin Dymond ...
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David Ferrie ...
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Eberhardt Garrison ...
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Elizabeth Garrison ...
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Jasper Garrison ...
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Virginia Garrison ...
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Robert J. Groden ...
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Ed Hoffman ...
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Lou Ivon ...
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Nicholas Katzenbach ...
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Mark Lane ...
Himself - Attorney and Author
Jim Leavelle ...
Himself - Dallas Detective in Charge of Tippit Case (as James Leavelle)
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22 July 1992 (USA)  »

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O Assassinato de JFK - Os Tapes de Jim Garrison  »

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he must have been on to something!
9 March 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When the movie 'JFK' came out, everybody spent so much time bashing it, I had no clue what the plot was. Not long after after 'JFK' was released, I watched this on a movie channel, having no clue what this was about. I must admit, after seeing this, I have to really question the Warren Commission's findings. Almost everything that was said was documented. The people like Herald Wiseberg, and Fletcher Prouty were compelling. Then I saw 'JFK'! All of this lead me to do my own research into this, including watching 'The Men Who Killed Kennedy', by Nigel Turner.

Whatever you think happened to John Kennedy, see this, and I think you will agree that the Warren Commission was at least wrong!




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