WND senior staff reporter Jerome R. Corsi, author of the WND book “Who Really Killed Kennedy? 50 Years Later – Stunning New Revelations About the JFK Assassination,” has recorded interviews for two episodes of a new video series hosted by George Noory, known for his nationally syndicated radio show, “Coast to Coast AM.”
The interviews with Corsi on Noory’s new show, Beyond Belief,” can be viewed at Giamtv.com, where Noory’s video interviews with prominent authors and experts on a wide variety of subjects are archived.
A free trial offer on the Giamtv.com website enables viewers to watch the Corsi interview. A subscription for $9.95 a month gives access to all of the weekly episodes.
On Friday, the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination, Corsi will be a guest in the last hour of Noory’s JFK special on “Coast to Coast AM.”
The radio show Friday will feature many other authors and experts on the JFK assassination who will explore the many theories about what happened in Dallas 50 years ago.
“It is an honor to appear with George Noory discussing my book on the JFK assassination,” Corsi said. “Noory’s ‘Coast to Coast AM’ has devoted considerable time and attention covering the JFK assassination. George on the JFK assassination is one of the most knowledgeable and entertaining interviewers on the subject in the media today.”
From the first day, the truth about JFK’s assassination has been mired in controversy and dispute. The Warren Commission, established just seven days after Kennedy’s death, delved into the who, what, when and where of the tragedy. Over the course of the following year it compiled an 889-page report that arrived at the now widely contested conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin.
In “Who Really Killed Kennedy?,” Corsi, a New York Times bestselling author, examines the strongest arguments, including theories surrounding the Mafia, the CIA, Cuban radicals, LBJ and right-wing extremists .
By book’s end, “Who Really Killed Kennedy?” provides convincing analysis that existing evidence rules out the possibility that JFK was killed by a lone assassin.