John Hankey is not your average schoolteacher. Fifteen years after dropping out of college, he returned to academia so he can teach true history to students.
John Hankey is both a maverick and a beacon of light. He doesn’t disseminate the standard hogwash that most teachers accept as history. Instead, he digs deeper, encouraging his English and History students to do the same.
Through the years, John has produced a number of documentary films dealing with some of the most controversial issues of our day such as 9/11. In today’s broadcast, he will responding to questions about two of his films: “Dark Legacy,” which discusses the conspiratorial role that George Herbert Walker Bush played in the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy; and “The Assassination of JFK Jr.”
John Hankey’s films can be ordered online. Information can be obtained from his websites: