I was born Thaddeus John Gorski in 1952 in Gary Indiana where my parents had arrived just one year earlier from Poland where they survived the war forced labor camps. As a first generation American my parents had told me how wonderful and safe it was to be living in America. In 1963 I found myself wondering exactly how safe we were when a standing president is assassinated in broad daylight. How could our government allow this to happen?
At the age of twelve I saved up enough money and purchased the 888 page Warren Report from the U.S. Government Printing Office along with the twenty-six volumes of the Hearings Before The President’s Commission On The Assassination Of President Kennedy and have collected over four hundred books on the subject and still looking for the truth.