Liz Smith: There are still too many q...

Liz Smith: There are still too many questions about the deaths ...

There are 5 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Apr 15, 2008, titled Liz Smith: There are still too many questions about the deaths .... In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

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newageblues

Joppa, MD

#1 Apr 15, 2008
It's outrageous that we haven't tried harder to get to the truth about these assassinations whatever it is. When the authorities failed to protect Oswald, the most important prisoner since the last accused presidential assassin 60 some years earlier, they guaranteed that many people will think something's fishy. And the King Assassination! Is there any doubt there was some conspiracy, where did Ray get the money to travel all around- it kinda seems like a brazen statement by the killers that they are untouchable.
Surf52

Catonsville, MD

#2 Apr 15, 2008
Somebody has apparently OD'd on the X Files.
ann

Rosedale, MD

#3 Apr 15, 2008
Sometimes it may be better not to know the truth. I've always believed that there is much, much more to the Kennedy and King assassinations. Maybe it's for the best we may never know. As for Kennedy the one who probably could give the most factual accounting is gone, his wife, Jackie. Many facts that could lay to rest speculations probably went with her to the grave. This could also be true in the case of Dr. King. Those closest to him may know or have very valid ideas of their own. After witnessing these two assissanations if you had knowledge or suspicions would you be inclined to step forward? If you valued your life and the lives of those you loved, probably not.
ann

Rosedale, MD

#4 Apr 15, 2008
Surf52 wrote:
Somebody has apparently OD'd on the X Files.
No, not OD'd on the X Files. After you've lived a certain number of years, you learn things are not always what they seem or how they are presented.
Surf52

Catonsville, MD

#5 Apr 17, 2008
And a coincidence may just be a coincidence. A conspiracy becomes harder and harder to keep under wraps as time goes on. Not saying it could't be. It just wasn't that hard to find a lower class middle aged white guy that wanted to shoot a black "trouble maker" as they saw it in the American south in 1968. Hard as that may be to believe 40 years on, it was a different time and place. Almost surreal to look back now......

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