JFK: For the Record
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About JFK: For the Record

JFK: For The Record is the fascinating first-hand account of Minnesota Federal Judge John R. Tunheim, the man selected by then-President Clinton to chair the JFK Assassination Records Review Board.  Established by an Act of Congress, the ARRB had full and unfettered access to records from every agency connected to the assassination – the CIA, the FBI, the State Department – as well as records such as JFK’s autopsy.  Judge Tunheim describes how he believes all of these records should have been made public back in the Sixties, and the difficulty of finding the records 30 years after the assassination.  Additionally, Judge Tunheim describes the role the Oliver Stone movie JFK played in his work and answers the biggest question of all – did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone?