Video Clips - Larry Hancock

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Larry Hancock is the author of Someone Would Have Talked, a book which addresses the common objection to conspiracy voiced in the title. Hancock discusses the very interesting things that some people did say, both prior and after the assassination. He is an expert on Cuban exile groups and the dangerous milieu created by Kennedy's conflicted Cuba policy.

 

John Martino

Larry Hancock describes his search for a person who might be the "linchpin" of a JFK conspiracy, who turned out to be John Martino, an anti-Castro individual who confessed involvement to a few close associates.

Running time: 2 min 12 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

For more information: Someone Would Have Talked

Three Tiers

Larry Hancock describes "three tiers" he uses in evaluating whether an alleged witness is credible or not.

Running time: 1 min 39 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

For more information: Someone Would Have Talked

Richard Case Nagell

Larry Hancock on Richard Case Nagell, the subject of Dick Russell's book "The Man Who Knew Too Much".

Running time: 2 min 10 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

For more information: Richard Case Nagell - The Man Who Knew Too Much

The Chicago Plot

Larry Hancock discusses the cancellation of a planned Kennedy trip to Chicago in early November 1963, and the possible reasons for it.

Running time: 1 min 45 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

Foreknowledge

Larry Hancock talks about the "Parrot Jungle incident," one of several incidents in which someone made statements indicating foreknowledge of the JFK assassination.

Running time: (1 min 22 sec)

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

For more information: Foreknowledge of the Assassination

Cover Up

Larry Hancock discusses the distinction between cover-up and conspiracy, and the various motivations which could lead government officials to engage in cover-ups.

Running time: 4 min 14 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

For more information: Cover-Up

David Morales

Larry Hancock discusses the connection between John Martino and JMWAVE Senior Operations Officer David Morales, and Morales' statement that "we took care of that SOB"

Running time: 2 min 44 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2006

For more information: David Morales - We Took Care of That SOB

Someone Would Have Talked...

Larry Hancock on the basic premise of his book "Someone Would Have Talked".

Running time: 2 min 44 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2005

For more information: Someone Would Have Talked

Foreign Policy and the Death of JFK

Larry Hancock discusses the role the Kennedy Administration's foreign policy on Cuba played not only in the murder of President Kennedy, but that of his brother, Robert Kennedy, five years later.

Running time: 2 min 26 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2005

For more information: Cuba and the Kennedy Assassination

Who Was Paulino Sierra?

Larry Hancock on Paulino Sierra, an attorney and anti-Castro Cuban exile living in Chicago.

Running time: 2 min 40 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2005

RFK and Cuba

Larry Hancock on RFK's support of various anti-Castro movements among the Cuban exile community.

Running time: 2 min 24 sec

Source: Mary Ferrell Foundation, 19 Nov 2005

For more information: Kennedy and Cuba

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