His meticulous talk gives an overview of CIA activity; where 'on the record' evidence exists, such as due to the activities of the 1975 Church Committee, he often cites it, including a number of loose ends. Did you know, for example, that the CIA had admitted to paying academics for using their credibility by pretending they had authored mendacious history textbooks? The names were never revealed, so the books are still there cluttering the historical record. Or that although a US house committee concluded that John F. Kennedy was killed as a result of a conspiracy, there has been no formal investigation by the US Justice Department into the matter?
Stockwell's talk continues into the second hour after which he answers a set of questions from an educated and engaged audience. Some slight editing of the audio still leaves about 30 minutes unbroadcast; to download the full speech as a video, see the link below.
Thanks to CSPAN for the recording.
Some of this episode's content is repeated in UG#660 and UG#661.