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John Newman is the author of 1992 book JFK and Vietnam, one of the first to argues that Kennedy intended to withdraw from Vietnam, an idea which later documentary releases support. He also wrote Oswald and the CIA, and was a consultant to Oliver Stone's JFK. Essays by Newman include Mexico City: A New Analysis

 

The Katzenbach Memo

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John Newman discusses the extroardinary "Katzenbach memo" and the profound effect the story of Oswald's visit to Mexico City had on the government's response to the assassination.
(3 min 49 sec)
For more information:
Katzenbach Memo
Source:
Into Evidence DVD
Nov 2003

CIA Mexico City Station Cable

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Newman discusses the cable sent by the Mexico City CIA station after Oswald's visit, and the response at headquarters.
(2 min 53 sec)
For more information:
Oswald's Visits to the Cuban and Soviet Embassies
Source:
Into Evidence DVD
Nov 2003

Third Oswald Call?

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Newman discusses the evidence that there was a third "Oswald" phone call which has been suppressed from the record.
(4 min 5 sec)
For more information:
More Mexico Mysteries
Source:
Into Evidence DVD
Nov 2003

David Slawson and the Mexico City Tapes

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John Newman speculates on the integrity of the cable record now in existence, and tells the story of Warren Commissioner David Slawson's initial refusal to discuss the Mexico City tapes with the ARRB.
(1 min 56 sec)
Source:
Into Evidence DVD
Nov 2003

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