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The Warren Report 50 Years Later A Critical Approach In September of 2014 the JFK Historical Group hosted a conference outside of Washington, DC where select researchers were invited to evaluate the Warren Report on the 50th anniversary of its release. The presentations were filmed and are available on DVD (7 DVD's in all). They are of very high quality and can be ordered through the JFK Historical Group's website. I wrote a short article on my website and have made my presentation available for viewing on YouTube. The DVD version does not have the counter running at the bottom and can be p
I have published a new article on my main website titled: Umbrella Man and the Two Altered Photos by researcher, Karen Clift. The author offers an interesting analysis of the evidence discussed. As always, I caution against drawing firm conclusions based on analyzing fuzzy/blurry images viewed in a web browser. DISCLAIMER: My publishing this article should not be construed as an endorsement of all of the conclusions reached by the author. It is published for research and peer review purposes only. A discussion of the content was begun on my Forum.
Please visit my new website: www.AssassinationofJFK.net I have posted numerous articles and items of interest. I will be adding a large number of never before heard audio interviews over the next weeks, months, and years (yes, I have that many!) with Colonel Fletcher Prouty, Gerry Patrick Hemming, and others. You will note a large collection of Cuba documents in raw form, as well. This will also grow as time permits. Thanks to Stan Wilbourne for assisting me in the setup. His attention to detail is stellar. Comments and suggestions are welcome.
How a Master Planner Became a Monster Plotter by Greg Burnham This document is an analysis of James Jesus Angleton’s obsession with assumed KGB penetration into high levels of the CIA and how that obsession impacted the functioning of the Agency. Subjects covered include Lee Harvey Oswald, Yuriy Nosenko, Anatoliy Golitsyn, and Dimitriy Polyakov, among others.