General Curtis LeMay was the architect of “Operation Meetinghouse,” the systematic firebombing of Tokyo.
334 Superfortress B-29 bombers dropped 2,000 tons of incendiary bombs.
Temperatures reached 1800 degrees. Rivers and canals boiled.
The stench of burned human flesh permeated the last of the aircraft over the target.
An estimated 100,000 civilians were killed, more than killed by the nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki ...
In our interview with Joan Kennedy, when asked about the Warren Commission, she explained: "He (Ted) didn’t think it did anyone any good to believe otherwise. It wouldn’t be good for The Country. It wouldn’t be good for The Kennedys."
Rolling Stones, perhaps because of corporate pressure, no longer include the lyrics: "I shouted out who killed the Kennedys?" during live performances of Sympathy for the Devil.
The Rolling Stones began recording Sympathy for the Devil on June 4, 1968.
Lyrics included: I shouted out, who killed Kennedy?
On June 5, 1968 RFK was assassinated.
The Stones went back into the studio and changed the words to:
I shouted out, who killed the Kennedys?