JFK and the Unspeakable
Why does it matter? The death of JFK remains a critical turning point in our history. Those who caused his death were targeting not just a man but a vision -- a vision of peace. There is no calculating the consequences of his death for this country and for the world. Those consequences endure. To a large extent, the fate of our country and the future of the planet continue to be controlled by the shadowy forces of what Douglass calls "the Unspeakable." Only by unmasking these forces and confronting the truth about our history can we restore the promise of democracy and lay claim to Kennedy's vision of peace.
Oliver Stone: JFK and the Unspeakable
I'm sure in the ensuing years after JFK's assassination the people who questioned the official story were also maligned as nutjobs just like the 911 truthers of today.