John Barbour has led a storied life in show business as a writer and producer, and as creator of the first reality TV show Real People; he is the only person to win an Emmy for both entertainment and news, and was critic-at-large for KNBC in Los Angeles. Barbour also became close friends with Jim Garrison, the New Orleans District attorney who brought businessman Clay Shaw to trial for conspiracy in the killing of John Kennedy, and was instrumental in sounding the alarm that a conspiracy was involved in the President’s murder. In 1980 at the height of his career with Real People, Barbour interviewed Garrison for NBC news, the interview was re-edited without Barbour’s knowledge or permission making Garrison look foolish and unbalanced.
|By: Lisa Derrick Monday November 25, 2013 4:59 pm|
|By: JP Sottile Thursday November 21, 2013 4:30 pm|
Every day, people are charged with criminal conspiracy in courtrooms around the country. In those cases, a “conspiracy” merely describes a criminal act involving two or more individuals.
Also every day, the establishment media reports on various criminal conspiracies—including racketeering, insider trading, political corruption, sex scandals and murder plots.
|By: Lisa Derrick Wednesday November 6, 2013 6:43 pm|
There are plenty of conspiracy theories floating around about the assassination of President Kennedy, and some are just as plausible as the Warren Commission’s report of a crazed gunman acting alone. We’ll be exploring these theories on November 25, when television pioneer John Barbour, who interviewed New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison about the Kennedy assassination, will be my guest on Firedoglake.com’s Movie Night with special co-host JP Sottile.
|By: Lisa Derrick Friday October 25, 2013 6:25 pm|
Rick Santorum spat a frothy mouthful on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, plugging his first foray into film production, The Christmas Candle, due out this holiday season. The movie, from EchoLight Studio, is a period piece set in a Thomas Kinkade-esque village and tackles modernity vs (Christian) tradition as electricity and progressive thinking threaten the town’s visit from a Christmas angel.
|By: TBogg Monday April 30, 2012 1:25 pm|
It wasn’t enough that liberals had the New Black Panthers Even Blacker Black Ops Ninjas kill a perfectly-healthy-except-for-his-bad-heart Andrew Breitbart with a secret heart attack gun, we also had to kill a forensic technician, who may or may not have participated in the Big Andrew Breitbart Cover-up Autopsy, as a warning to others in the LA Coroners office to keep their fucking mouths shut if they know what’s good for them.
|By: Cynthia Kouril Thursday December 30, 2010 12:45 pm|
A conspiracy requires an agreement between two people, a partnership in crime. So far, there’s been no proof offered that Manning ever communicated directly with Assange — so how could they form a meeting of the minds? And how can U.S. Department of Justice realistically make a conspiracy charge involving WikiLeaks and Manning without this meeting of the minds?