John Barbour’s Last Word On ‘The Garrison Tapes’

It was Jim Garrison’s On The Trail Of the Assassins that got me hooked on the JFK assassination and the first few books I read about the case were always related to Garrison and the Clay Shaw trial.

I have always liked John Barbour, first of all for making The Garrison Tapes (I bought his dvd about two years ago) and also for his open way of talking about all of what has happened around it all, enough for a book I reckon. Barbour is someone who like Jim Garrison and Harold Weisberg ended up becoming unpopular in his business because of what he believed in and which happened to be going against the so called flow, better yet: rocking the boat too much. I won’t spoil anything, but I do suggest you watch the video, it is a great thing to watch.

Below is an interview by Len Osanic of BlackOpRadio and John Barbour which is excellent, Osanic shows some good pictures, some of which I have never seen before and he wisely lets John Barbour do the talking.

My fave bit is at 47:20 “Some of the people researching the assassination are as much of a stumbling block as the CIA”. So true!