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9 September 2003 (USA)  »

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Dark Legacy: George Bush and the Murder of John Kennedy  »

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terrifying or hilarious depending on your view..
20 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this streamed on the net and it is at the very least, interesting. I watched it with an open mind, I don't understand why these conspiracy theory films have such a hard time getting seen. If they are untrue then what the hell is anyone worrying about. At least they get people talking and thinking. I don't trust Bush and his cronies but this takes the plot beyond most peoples wildest imaginations. The single bullet theory seems to me to obviously be nonsense and a cover up, but this film takes it it a whole new level. If what this film shows is true then its the most amazing cover-up in the history of the world and it should be seen, if it's false then it's a great example of what you can achieve with way too much time on your hands and a vivid imagination. The evidence for the former being very compelling at some points. It's definitely worth seeing regardless.


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