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JFK Declassified: Tracking Oswald

TV-PG 2017 1 Season Documentary History List
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In this limited series, former CIA agent Bob Baer and former LAPD Lt. Adam Bercovici take a look at more than 2 million declassified government files regarding the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The files provide new evidence about the activities of Lee Harvey Oswald -- Kennedy's killer -- in the weeks, months and years leading up to the day he shot the president. Baer and Bercovici work alongside expert investigators and use state-of-the-art algorithms to examine the once-secret files, in addition to traveling to cities across the world in an attempt to track down leads and retrace Oswald's steps leading up to the fateful day. Their ultimate goal is to separate conspiracy theories from truth and definitively figure out whether Oswald had accomplices and, if so, who. Read More Read Less
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Synopsis In this limited series, former CIA agent Bob Baer and former LAPD Lt. Adam Bercovici take a look at more than 2 million declassified government files regarding the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The files provide new evidence about the activities of Lee Harvey Oswald -- Kennedy's killer -- in the weeks, months and years leading up to the day he shot the president. Baer and Bercovici work alongside expert investigators and use state-of-the-art algorithms to examine the once-secret files, in addition to traveling to cities across the world in an attempt to track down leads and retrace Oswald's steps leading up to the fateful day. Their ultimate goal is to separate conspiracy theories from truth and definitively figure out whether Oswald had accomplices and, if so, who.
Executive Producer
Sarah Wetherbee, Kelly McPherson, Emre Sahin, Tracy Bacal, Brian Skope, Jennifer Wagman, Stephen Mintz
Network
History
Rating
TV-PG
Genre
Documentary, History
Original Language
English
Release Date
Apr 25, 2017