Captain Moonlight: More controversy

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ANTHONY Summers, the writer who caused a wonderful stir with his revelation that J Edgar Hoover liked nothing better than a frolic with a frock on, is about to create more controversy. Summers and his wife, Robbyn Swan, have been working for nine months on a television documentary about the assassination of President Kennedy, due to be shown on BBC2 later this month. They have spent long periods in Russia and Mexico, visited by Lee Harvey Oswald before the killing. Now, though, they are dissociating themselves from the programme, a co-production by Invision, an independent production company in London, and WGBH in Boston. Although neither of them will comment, it is known that they disagree with a decision by the American producers that the programme should reach the definite conclusion that Oswald was acting alone. Oh, no, please, not another conspiracy.