By Carol Forsloff
Mar 30, 2010 in Crime
One reviewer maintains a film indicating George H.W. Bush involvement in Kennedy assassination is one that raises questions in the light of present political discord, but the film itself might warrant a critical look.
Hankey’s film, Dark Legacy, examines the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy in 1963 and makes the claim that George Herbert Walker Bush was involved by examining the former President’s CIA relationships and where and what he was doing at the time of the assassination. Hankey is a former high school teacher from Southern California who has spent years researching his thesis, connecting the dots, and making his case, which one reviewer, Henry Eshelmann, maintains is compelling. Eshelmann observed yesterday Hankey has made a credible examination of the evidence in the film, calling it “spirited and well-documented.”
Hankey points out how Bush rose to the top in the CIA and was in Dallas at the time Kennedy was assassinated, according to documentation found in a letter from the F.B.I. Bush was once asked about this and observed there had been another CIA agent called George Bush in the CIA at the time, But Hankey declares the evidence concerning the former President is strong enough that it could be put to serious legal examination and says this, “If we could present this evidence to a jury in Texas, he would pay with his life.”