Documentary is a big business murder mystery
By Rachael Daigle
If JFK were the name of an electric car, only a handful of people would remember his name in the months after his murder, and within a few years, most Americans would deny any knowledge of his existence. The public would be largely unaware that his assassination went unpunished and like a herd of cows led to the slaughterhouse, the voting majority would unwittingly champion their leader's indirect involvement in the murder as he cleverly diverted attention to a "better alternative." Is it silly to compare a car to the late 35th president? Sure. But in terms of each one's premature demise and hopeful contributions to history, hardly.
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