Friday, November 24, 2006


Stories that disappear in the US press but are alive in Europe: CIA involvement in RFK assassination, and more...

It's interesting to watch a story spread around the European press but remain hard to find in US papers. On Monday this week the news that three CIA agents who had no business being there were spotted in photos and videos. The story was covered in the Guardian, Did the CIA kill Bobby Kennedy? and on the BBC, CIA role claim in Kennedy killing.

If you haven't heard of this already, check out the above articles.

Meanwhile, has its own list of undercovered stories, What Else is the Mainstream Media Lying About? going beyond the 9/11 conspiracy theories and including an interesting link to this article claiming that "The US is tied for 53rd in the world for press freedom with Botswana, Croatia and Tonga."

Regardless of how you feel on each of these issues, wouldn't it be great to see some real discussion on them in the mainstream press?


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