It has been said that the American people are the only jury that Lee Harvey Oswald will ever have. It is our responsibility, then, to examine with utmost care and objectivity the evidence for and against him, and to reach an independent verdict.
Fair Play Issue #36, Fall-Winter, 2000/2001
In This Fair Play...
The Mother of All Cover-ups In the wake of the government's report on September 11, we revisit the Warren Report on the occasion of its 40th anniversary. Article by David Talbot. This item is from Salon.com.
An Interview with Dale Myers Like anyone else, Mr. Dale Myers, author of the Oswald-killed-Tippit book With Malice, is allowed to change his mind. And indeed he has. As this more than twenty-year-old interview shows, once upon a time Myers was selling conspiracy.
Another Shameless Plug An anthology of Vince Salandria's pioneering assassination criticism is available in hardcover.
Jesse on the Knoll Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura was in Dealey Plaza for the 40th anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination. Here is a transcript of his remarks.
A Letter to the American People, by James W. Douglass, addresses the mass denial with which the American public has insulated itself since the assassinations of JFK, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and RFK.
My Beef with Chomsky records the author's attempts to get some straight answers out of "the world's most famous linguist." Article by Michael Morrissey.
Who's Who and What's What What organizations are actively working toward resolving the JFK case? Where can you locate that hard-to-find assassination title? Fair Play presents a catalogue of the sources and resources we're aware of.
JFK Bibliography A Fair Play listing of books relating to the Kennedy assassination.