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How Trolls Control an Internet Forum

Disinformation is alive and well. Despite all the inconvenient truth in circulation, the trolls are keeping up with it. If you want to know how they do it, read on and immunize yourself against this deception and, worse yet, intimidation.

How Trolls Control an Internet Forum

Disinformation is alive and well. Despite all the inconvenient truth in circulation, the trolls are keeping up with it. If you want to know how they do it, read on and immunize yourself against this deception and, worse yet, intimidation.

Analyzing the New JFK Revelations

Bill Simpich is a civil rights attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is on the board of directors of the Mary Ferrell Foundation, an organization focused on the study of documents related to the 1960s assassinations, Watergate, and Iran-Contra.In the following essay, he offers a look at some of the gems found in the new JFK document releases and how to speed up the discovery of future finds.

Did Alleged Russian Agent Fail Spy School?

The Russia meddling story was already weird, but it keeps getting weirder. However, a lot of the weirdness seems to slide right under the radar. Maybe that is because the media are just overwhelmed, and don’t know where to turn first. Here’s the latest bizarro tidbit. And though it is a tidbit, it raises all kinds of questions.

How Deep Is Your Knowledge of the Deep State?

Regardless of how one feels about special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, there is no doubt that his bombshell indictment of a dozen Russians on Friday shifted the dynamics ahead of President Donald Trump’s meeting in Helsinki with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. Many Americans are concerned about Trump’s bizarre relationship with Putin, and WhoWhatWhy’s own coverage has shown that they probably should be.

JFK Assassination Film: Proof of Tampering?

Milicent Cranor, a WhoWhatWhy senior editor with a background in forensic medical publishing, has studied the JFK assassination on and off for more than two decades. In this essay, Cranor asks readers to consider whether there is a significant discrepancy between the Nix and Zapruder films of the assassination, and if this indicates tampering. She also focuses on the Warren Commission testimony of Clint Hill, the Secret Service agent who jumped onto the back of the President’s limousine.

The Brilliant Black Woman Who Defended the Accused Killer of JFK’s Mistress, Part 2

of this two-part series presented significant scenes from Dovey Roundtree’s childhood in the old south; some were as bad as you might expect. Hiding in the dark under the kitchen table while a screaming mob of Ku Klux Klansmen thundered by on horseback.

The Brilliant Black Woman Who Defended the Accused Killer of JFK’s Mistress, Part 1

Not long ago, on May 21, the African-American lawyer Dovey Johnson Roundtree died. She was 104 years old, and a remarkable human being. Despite staggering odds, she won a seemingly impossible case. Her client was Raymond Crump Jr., who was accused of murdering Mary Pinchot Meyer — mistress of the late John F. Kennedy. The put the case in context: Mr.

Scientist Neutralizes JFK’s ‘Back and to the Left’ — Or Does He?

Should we trust “experts” writing in “peer reviewed” journals who seek to promote interpretations of events preferred by the very establishment whose approval is necessary for their career advancement? Is this about National Security — the usual reason given when it comes to hiding the truth in the Kennedy assassination — or is it about job security?

Baseball Ex-Commish’s Love Letter to Torturers and His One Percent Pals

The other day, the Wall Street Journal published a ludicrous and tragically laughable from former Major League Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent, “Immorality Is Part of the Job.” It  argues that CIA directors should lie to Congress to protect “our boys.”

JFK Files Reveal US Biological Warfare Plans Against Cuba

In the summer of 1975, congressional staffer Loch Johnson was searching through classified papers at the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas, when he came across something he couldn’t believe — a covert plan by the US military to deploy biological weapons against Cuba. This was more than Johnson was bargaining for, even though he was at the archive looking for files related to covert actions directed against Cuba.

Trump Orders Release of JFK Assassination Files — But Many Redactions Remain

The National Archives just released 19,045 JFK files. Today was the for President Donald Trump to announce whether files previously either partially redacted or withheld from the public would remain hidden.

Time’s Up: Trump to Decide If JFK Records Remain Hidden

Nearly 55 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the drama and mystery surrounding that dark day in Dallas is still unfolding in large part because the government has for many years refused to release all relevant documents. That was supposed to change last year. The John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 gave the US government 25 years to release most of the documents that had either not been seen by the public or had been heavily redacted. The original deadline was October 26, 2017.

JFK Assassination: The Tell-Tale Brain

Researchers are now analyzing newly released documents concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, but many extraordinary facts have been in plain sight for decades — and yet unseen. This report concerns one of those facts, and how, to this day, the story around it is being concealed.

The Tell-Tale Brain


Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Still Gagged As Death Penalty Appeal Grinds On

As the fifth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing comes and goes, we can’t help but wonder what Dzhokhar Tsarnaev might have to say for himself if he were allowed to speak.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s Classified History

It’s been half a decade since two bombs exploded at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, yet the government continues to maintain a seemingly impenetrable wall of silence around what it knows about the primary instigator of the attack that traumatized a major city for nearly a week bombing mastermind Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

Revealing the Ploy That Drew MLK to Memphis

On February 1, 1968, two underpaid sanitation workers died a gruesome death in Memphis when they were swallowed alive by a poorly maintained garbage packer.In his book, , Dr. William Pepper claims the deaths were not an accident.

Are Judges and Juries Done Believing Everything the FBI Says?

The wife of the Pulse nightclub shooter was acquitted by a Florida jury on Friday. Is this a sign we have reached peak post-9/11 hysteria against Muslims facing terrorism charges? Omar Mateen killed 49 and wounded 58 patrons of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub in the early morning hours of June 12, 2016. He was shot and killed by police following a standoff.

Saudi Prince Visiting Trump Tied to Unresolved 9/11 Questions

In light of President Donald Trump’s with the Saudi crown prince Tuesday, it bears remembering that the Saudi royal family has documented ties to the 9/11 hijackers.

Case Against Pulse Nightclub Shooter’s Wife Falls Apart

Back in a January 2017 article, we asked: “” It turns out the answer to that question is: probably. It’s either that or the FBI is trying to silence her. Either way, the case against Noor Salman, wife of Pulse nightclub shooter, Omar Mateen, is falling apart due to prosecutorial misconduct.

Where Is Democratic Resistance to Trump Spying and Military Expansion?

The Democrats’ message is clear: President Donald Trump is unqualified to be commander in chief. He’s a threat to democracy and is destabilizing the international order. He supports Russia in ways that defy any normal explanation. He’s unlike any US president we’ve seen before. These feelings are reflected in movements like “the Resistance.”But if Trump is so threatening, why do Democrats keep voting to give him more power?

Why Is the FBI Ignoring Bomb-Maker Connected to Tsarnaevs?

With few exceptions, most major news outlets faithfully repeat the official account of what led to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, despite a number of still-unanswered questions.