Hicks, who died twenty years ago, is not Alex Jones. Or is that just what the sheeple want you to think?
The assassination of John F. Kennedy, in Dallas in 1963, is one of the defining moments of modern American history. It devastated the country and altered the course of the second half of the twentieth century. Today, on the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, the country once again confronts the tragedy, perhaps this time as the final transition from memory to history.
A handsome young president, a convertible limousine, a sniper, three shots (we think), and our lives were changed forever. A special report on what is, for many, the defining event of the past fifty years.
November 1, 1998 | Feature