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This broadcast updates extensive research into this country’s major political assassinations in the 1960s and 1970s. In addition to an apparent link between James Earl Ray (the accused assassin of Martin Luther King) and Jack Ruby (who killed Lee Harvey Oswald, the patsy in the JFK assassination), the program covers the disappearance of test bullets fired from the rifle allegedly used by Ray to kill Dr. King and the analytical testing of some thread-like material found on a bullet ostensibly used to kill President Kennedy. The recently disclosed existence of a second set of autopsy photographs of President Kennedy’s autopsy raises the question of where those missing photographs are. By the same token, written records concerning the JFK autopsy have also turned up missing (adding to the already considerable body of evidence that has mysteriously vanished over the years.) In addition, the program sets forth Anthony Pellicano’s role in casting doubt on the authenticity of evidence in the JFK assassination and the Watergate investigation (Pellicano was the private investigator who worked for Mark Fuhrman in the O.J. Simpson case.) The broadcast concludes with discussion of CIA connections to the Rochester Institute of Technology, one of whose staff members was employed to provide alleged verification of photographic evidence in the Simpson case.