Special screenings of the new documentary, The Assassination & Mrs. Paine, are happening on the 59th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
In DC, we're showing the film on Tuesday, November 22 at 7 pm at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at 630 Rhode Island Avenue NE, Washington DC, 20002.
If you’re not in the DC area, catch the film in Dallas or watch it online.
Director Max Good will be at the DC screening with special guests Max Blumenthal (Editor, The Grayzone News) and Sue Wheaton, who appears in the film.
Sue Wheaton is the driving force behind COVIDorigins.org and the weekly Indict Fauci rallies outside the National Institutes of Health. She wrote the annotated timeline, “U.S. Bioweapon Development and COVID-19.”
In the 1980s and 90s, Sue was involved in peace and justice organizing in Nicaragua. It was there, in 1991, that she had a very strange run-in with Ruth Paine.
Sue recognized Mrs. Paine as the one who had marshaled the incriminating evidence that framed Lee Harvey Oswald as the lone assassin of President John F. Kennedy. The official story relies heavily on the legend of Mrs. Paine’s Garage.
But, Sue also knew that, on the day after the assassination, on November 23, 1963, Ruth was overheard talking to her husband Michael on an FBI-tapped phone line, admitting she knew that Oswald wasn't responsible. Michael said, “We both know who is responsible.”
Was she on assignment for the CIA when she placed Oswald at the scene of the crime in 1963?
If so, was she working for the CIA posing as a Quaker peace activist in Nicaragua?
The Assassination & Mrs. Paine takes an objective view laying out this and many pieces of evidence, allowing the viewer to decide.
The most significant among these are the lengthy interviews filmmaker Max Good conducted with his subject. He leaves it to us to discern Ruth Paine’s credibility.