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Dark Legacy (2009)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 12 December 2009 (USA)
The death of John Kennedy is viewed through another angle in this conspiracy-themed film defending the theory that George Herbert Walker Bush was a key player in all aspects of the assassination of American president John F. Kennedy.

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John Hankey sets out to establish his opinions as infallible fact. Making long leaps based on the thinnest thread of circumstantial evidence does not make it fact. It makes it one mans opinion. He is an absolute fruitcake with more accusations than evidence. In absence of any real fact do what Hankey does: lie and call it incontrovertible fact. Written by J.c. Graham

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Deeply challenging.
15 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

For many, if not most, Americans the material John Hankey presents challenges some of our most deeply held cultural beliefs. That can make the video very hard to watch for many. But that in and of itself does not render Mr. Hankey's hypotheses as false. Can our deeply held, culturally instilled, predispositions prevent us from accepting information, facts, when this information is uncomfortable and threatening to what may be our preexisting world view? Having experienced the national trauma that accompanied the JFK assassination and, along with many others, having the lingering, inescapable impression that the official explanations were blatantly evasive and incomplete, I am glad there are scholars such as Mr. Hankey still working on the matter.


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