Historian Larry Hancock, author C.A.A. Savastano, and your host Chuck Ochelli return to discuss the Department of Defense and its related agencies that influenced the development of some illegal and compartmentalized programs. These gaps in oversight allowed for the possible influencing of some groups related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
The Special Intelligence Service is a little known predecessor of the most infamous and renowned later groups that still remain in the public consciousness. This largely forgotten American entity was under the command of J. Edgar Hoover and despite his earliest lukewarm desires to manage the group, in time he would desire to use this organization as a launching point for shared control of worldwide intelligence operations with the military.
An increasing expansive budget, repeated calls for military escalation, bipartisan love of political pork, and expansive benefits have fueled an expanding war machine that presents there will be no end to government-authored violence without public demands for reason.
Authors Carmine Savastano and Larry Hancock join your host Chuck Ochelli to discuss some notable people, structures, and conflicts among the United States military's establishment. These subjects and other related facets of the Kennedy assassination are discussed and debated.
The first season of a nearly two-year sixteen-episode journey assessing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy ends in this episode of the Ochelli Effect's JFK 101 series. Author Larry Hancock, researcher C.A.A. Savastano, and your host Chuck Ochelli return to offer developments in the case and ideas about the next season of JFK 101.
Author Carmine Savastano and historian Mike Swanson join your host Chuck Ochelli to discuss information and evidence dispelling some claims about one figure some have called a possible JFK assassination mastermind. The second hour reveals new research and substantial evidence that Los Angeles officials ignored a second person related to Sirhan Sirhan's actions that was required for the crime to occur.
We appreciate Jefferson Morley and everyone at JFK Facts for their coverage of a recent episode of The Past American Century podcast. It features Chuck Ochelli and C.A.A. Savastano discussing the enduring relevance of political assassination and divisive politics.
Three new interviews with author C.A.A. Savastano on a wide range of intelligence figures and those connected to political assassination cases.
Midnight Writer News: C.A.A. Savastano returns to discuss five notable figures in the JFK case with your host S.T. Patrick. Tune in to hear the tangled, nefarious, and unlikely allegations that surround certain figures in the case.
The Ochelli Effect: Join Mike Swanson, C.A.A. Savastano, and your host Chuck Ochelli to discuss the life and influence of a largely unknown CIA operator during the Cold War named Leo Cherne.
The Past American Century: A discussion about evidence and one long asserted myth related to the JFK case with author Carmine Savastano and historian Mike Swanson.
The Ochelli Effect Returns! Join author Carmine Savastano, historian Larry Hancock, and your host Chuck Ochelli for JFK 101 Part 15 "The ARRB part 2". They discuss the advancements and failures of the Assassination Records Review Board related to the JFK inquiry.
JFK 101 continues with your host Chuck Ochelli, historian Larry Hancock, and researcher Carmine Savastano, in this episode they discuss the events that led to the formation of the Assassination Records Review Board.
Presented for your inspection is a summary and review of several possible candidates that may explain various official and witness claims and speculations regarding the identity of a mystery woman alleged to be at the scene of Senator Robert F. Kennedy's assassination. #RFK50 #assassination #evidence
Additionally, join your host Chuck Ochelli, author Carmine Savastano, and historian Larry Hancock as they discuss the RFK case, evidence, and nine possible candidates for the elusive Girl in a Polka Dot Dress.