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Gramercy Park author releases second book in three-part series

By Sabina Mollot
Last August, Dick Belsky, a former journalist and editor at several publications, including the Post and Daily News, released a novel called The Kennedy Connection. 850 more words

Gramercy Park

"The public be damned"

If you want to feel like a little person, ask an agency of the federal government for public documents.

On 11/25/2014, I submitted an FOIA request, through MuckRock, to the National Personnel Records Center, asking for copies of any records of military service by Mary Ferrell, the Dallas JFK assassination researcher who passed away in 2004. 265 more words

Rex Bradford

Kennedy Assassination recollection

It was lunch break, shortly after 12:00 on November 22, 1963. I was standing to the right of these doors in my high school (Washington High~Portland, Oregon). 161 more words

Photography

"Would you believe?"

It isn’t every day you get mail from the CIA.

But I did.

The envelope contained, among other things, the CIA’s response to an FOIA request I had had faxed to the agency on Oct. 648 more words

Ferrell Foundation

Moving to Mexico City

I’m in the process of leaving Mazatlán and moving to Mexico City. (I fly to DF on Friday, 1/23.)

As a result, my posts may be sparse for the next week or so. 89 more words

Ferrell Foundation

John F. Kennedy: "Hatless Jack"

John F. Kennedy loved to eat at Howard Johnson restaurants:

Whenever he saw one on the campaign trail, we’d have to stop so he could duck in, order two hot dogs and a soft drink,” said photographer Stanley Tretick, who covered the 1960 presidential campaign for United Press International.
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