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  1. Craven's film taken before, during and after the shots while rounding Main onto Houston, down Houston, rounding Houston onto Elm, down Elm as he panned over to the grassy knoll including the stairway and the picket fence, and from on top of the grassy knoll itself was not destroyed which is what Gary Mack meant by "lost". Neither were the two copies made of it. Gary was only speculating here and I believe he later realized with certainty, back in 2007, that none of Craven's Dealey Plaza footage -- not even one frame of it -- was ever lost in the early developing process.
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    The women of JFK

    Steve, It was Lee Forman, not Lee Farley. Farley was also a Forum member in those days, he just wasn't on that old Elizabeth Cole thread. I used to confuse the two myself. To Steve and everyone else, don't let these two threads die. The conclusions about Cole back then were, at the very least, shaky on the surface for a number of reasons. Ken.
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    The women of JFK

    This is where we were, from the beginning. . . Steve was interested in writing an essay on women who had heard about, or spoken of, an assassination attempt on JFK before it happened and had told someone about it. He gave us a list of five names for starters. One of the women on that list was Elizabeth Cole. Steve then provided us with a Mary Ferrell Foundation link concerning her. Yet Steve doesn't link us to additional, relevant information on Ms. Cole that he most certainly knows about firsthand. Elizabeth Cole was an intriguing person. And the story she told equally so. Same with the FBI/Secret Service handling of it. Steve could write his essay just on her alone. Ken
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    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    I found an email in my inbox yesterday from JFK Lancer dated 3/11/17 that I had somehow overlooked and never opened. It goes into great detail about Sherry's illness. So sorry to hear about this. Ken
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    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    Thanks for the update.
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    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    No response to my request nearly two months ago for an update on the Lancer Archive recovery project. So let's try again. It's now been three and a half months since the last update on this by James Gordon. The status then was that James had "re-sanctioned" the necessary work and that recovery of the Archive was a real possibility. So where does the project stand? James? Moderators? Anybody? Ken
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    The first conspiracy theorist

    A bold and insightful comment. Not sure if it's been overlooked or deliberately avoided. But here it is again.
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    An Update on the Lancer Rebuild

    Almost two months now since the last update. What's the latest on the Lancer rebuild?
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    Muchmore film split into (8) GIFS

    Red Shirt Man was 60 year old western store owner Francis Lee Mudd, in Dallas on business that day from Shreveport, LA.
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    Lancer Archive Restoration

    James, I don't see any response to Chris Scally's question in post #7. Essentially, the issue raised was whether or not current Lancer members had to register all over again. Also, is the Lancer Forum archive restoration still on schedule to be completed in August which is now just a few days away? Ken
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    Dan Rather's outrageous comments on coasttocoastam

    Yup, he was in a press van on the outer edge of the plaza, if not a block away. It's interesting how big-name journalists like Brian Williams get caught lying so often. Maybe it's cause they get caught up in big stories and feel attached to them and feel the need to embellish their place in history. Thanks, Ron, for bringing up Dan Rather's whereabouts on the day of the assassination. For those who seriously want to get to the bottom of what really took place in Dealey Plaza, it's absolutely critical to go back, once again, to that very day. To Dan Rather. To CBS. And to KRLD. That much needed, necessary hard evidence Gary Mack often called out for has actually been waiting right there, for all of you, for over fifty-two years. That includes Jim DiEugenio who just doesn't understand what this is all about. And, Brian, your Dan Rather story is incorrect, sorry to say. Ken
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    Why CBS Covered up the JFK Case (pt1)

    Jim, The title of this thread, which you started, is "Why CBS Covered up the JFK Case." It seemed like you were finally going to tackle the most important story of the Kennedy assassination. But your thread was, unfortunately, hijacked. No surprise when it comes to a CBS thread. Then you step in and attempt to get things back on track to CBS. Good for you. Alas, it's all for nothing. You're interested only in 1975. And 1967. And 1964. What a waste of time. No wonder it's 52 years and counting. If you really wanted to get to the bottom of this Kennedy mess, why wouldn't you return to 1963? The day of the assassination, to be exact. Just before 3:00pm CST. CBS. KRLD. Dan Rather. . . The story of your lifetime. Of our lifetime. But you won't do it. Why not, Jim? Ken Ken: I don't understand this. . . I don't know what the heck you are talking about when you say you want me to devote time to what happened in 1963. . . Jim, What's so hard to understand? I gave you a specific point in time on the day of the assassination that dealt with CBS, KRLD and Dan Rather. I told you it was the story of your lifetime. Of our lifetime. That should have piqued your interest. But it apparently went right over your head. Or, maybe, you'd just rather not go there. That's what I don't understand. By the way. Nice reference to CBS's Joe Wershba, a name many are not familiar with, but one that pops up in that story of a lifetime that will one day finally break this case wide open. Ken
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    Why CBS Covered up the JFK Case (pt1)

    Jim, The title of this thread, which you started, is "Why CBS Covered up the JFK Case." It seemed like you were finally going to tackle the most important story of the Kennedy assassination. But your thread was, unfortunately, hijacked. No surprise when it comes to a CBS thread. Then you step in and attempt to get things back on track to CBS. Good for you. Alas, it's all for nothing. You're interested only in 1975. And 1967. And 1964. What a waste of time. No wonder it's 52 years and counting. If you really wanted to get to the bottom of this Kennedy mess, why wouldn't you return to 1963? The day of the assassination, to be exact. Just before 3:00pm CST. CBS. KRLD. Dan Rather. . . The story of your lifetime. Of our lifetime. But you won't do it. Why not, Jim? Ken
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    WARNING to Forum Members: Please Read This!

    That's not exactly what is said on the Education Forum's homepage, Jon. The first line under “Terms of Use” is this: Unless otherwise stated, the copyright and other intellectual property rights in all material on this site is owned or controlled by the Education Forum. I don't see anything about public domain. Did we all have to consent to something different when we signed up? I don't recall. It would also be helpful if Larry Hancock or Debra Conway could weigh in on this issue as it relates to archived JFK Lancer Forum posts. And, for that matter, Robert Harris regarding the rules for his old JFK History Forum.
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