Ed Tatro:The Kennedy assassination was the end of faith in government, and so it's up to the little man to fight the odds. Davey Crockett; Sisyphus pushing his rock; someone has to keep fighting the odds, and even though you know the chances are that you're never going to get a resolution to what you're fighting for, you have to fight for it anyway. Just the principle of justice. Just the principles of American democracy. Don't give up, keep fighting.
Walt Brown:Just as John Kennedy's car took an incredible turn when it went onto Elm Street, three hundred feet later our form of government, our way of life, our way of respecting our government, and our way of being respected by our government, took that same kind of bizarre, wide turn, and we haven't gotten back on the straight and narrow yet.
Gregory Burnham:There's no statute of limitations on murder. If they're still continuing to cover it up in twenty more years, that's obstruction of justice; it's a conspiracy. The men who killed Kennedy don't end with the people who pulled triggers.