I'm not much on the modern version of the TV show, Hawaii Five-O.
However, while looking through my On Demand feature, I stumbled across this year's episode from November 18, 2017 (Season 7, Episode 9), titled "Elua La Ma Nowemapa." It's brief description reads, "A conspiracy theorist with compelling information that JFK's own cabinet planned his assassination is murdered."
My interest being piqued, I watched the episode. The entire episode is designed to make one believe that JFK's cabinet was orchestrating the events of November 22, 1963, from Hawaii, based upon a (conspiracy theorist) researcher's newly discovered evidence. It turns out (according to the conclusion) that the CT had uncovered evidence of Operation Mongoose, the plot to kill Castro, not Kennedy, and the show's character who believed the "smoking gun" had been found about JFK's murder is left dejected.
There is enough truth in the episode to cause the casual observer to conclude its veracity. However, any deeper understanding of the events surrounding the cabinet's presence in Hawaii, and the timing thereof, will easily see this for what it is: an attempt to undermine the only natural, logical, and rational conclusion drawn from NSM 273, and the researchers who have brought this information to light.
It seems logical to me that for the "writers" to go to such an extent in a popular prime time TV series, there must be, as many of us have believed, something there. Why else would the expense and effort be made to continue the misinformation campaign regarding the events surrounding JFK's murder?
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