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JFK II: The Bush Connection (2003)

Four part documentary about JFK's murder, and who had reasons and means to do it, and to escape. - Part 1: History is written by the winners. Part 2: Through the Looking Glass. Part 3: Who ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cyril H. Wecht ... Himself - MD, JD, President of Academy of Forensic Sciences
Robert McClelland ... Himself - Medicine Doctor (as Dr. Robert McClelland)
Marion Jenkins Marion Jenkins ... Himself - Medicine Doctor (as Dr. Pepper Jenkins)
Richard Dulany Richard Dulany ... Himself - Medicine Doctor (as Dr. Rchard Dulany)
Walter Cronkite ... Himself - Anchor, CBS News (voice) (archive footage)
Peter Jennings ... Himself - ABC's Peter Jennings Reporting
Mark Weiss Mark Weiss ... Himself - Accoustics Expert
Aubrey Reich Aubrey Reich ... Himself - Mortuary Technician (archive footage)
G. Robert Blakey G. Robert Blakey ... Himself - Chief Counsel for the House Assassinations Committee (as Robert Blakey)
John Connally ... Himself - Governor of Texas (archive footage)
Aubrey Rike Aubrey Rike ... Himself - Ambulance Attendant, Parkland Hospital
Jack Ruby ... Himself - Former Associate of Richard Nixon (archive footage)
Eric Hamburg ... Himself - Author (archive footage)
Allen Dulles ... Himself - CIA Director, Operation 40, Member of the Warren Commission (archive footage)
Ramon Rodriguez Ramon Rodriguez ... Himself - CIA Covert Operations (archive footage)


Four part documentary about JFK's murder, and who had reasons and means to do it, and to escape. - Part 1: History is written by the winners. Part 2: Through the Looking Glass. Part 3: Who killed JFK?. Part 4: Deep History. Written by Artemis-9

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9 September 2003 (USA) See more »

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

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The opening card, instead of the copyright legal warning, reads: "FBI Warning: / The leadership of the FBI is thoroughly corrupt. Their suppression of the pre-911 counter-terrorism investigations, their suppression of the post-911 terrorism investigations (not ONE person has been prosecuted for the crimes of 911), and the SUBSEQUENT promotions of all those responsible for this sabotage of our nation's security indicates that we are in very grave danger, threatened directly by these powerful criminals, and by the dangers resulting from their neglect of their duties to protect and defend us. However, please / CONSIDER THIS VIDEO THE RIGHTFUL PROPERTY OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES (this means you, and anybody you happen to run into). / Feel free to copy and distribute this movie. / If you manage to sell it, people will respect and appreciate the content more, so feel free to charge and keep the money. The authors will greatly appreciate all efforts to get this information into the hands of the people. / An informed electorate is only foundation upon which effective democracy can [be] built. All power to the people!" See more »


References JFK: The Case for Conspiracy (1993) See more »


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a bit of a hash really
24 December 2007 | by sean89928See all my reviews

pretty poor effort to cobble together a story that was told much better in the Costner movie. The narrator actually relies on a lot of that film as backup testimony for his statements, as well as using a simpsons episode to back up his statement that 'everyone knows nixon played a part in it'.

there was only one little clip that was new and interesting (where the security guys are told to stop running beside the car) but this could be from another completely different motorcade parade.

given that we can all now use video editing tools and are aware of the fun we can have with them, then there are some fairly big possible holes in this film that could have been taken out of context.

a pretty big hash of a movie, just watch jfk with costner in it again.

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