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From John Judge:

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The Coalition on Political Assassinations presents:

OPEN SECRETS: THE ASSASSINATIONS OF THE ‘60s

15th Annual Regional Conference, November 20-22, Dallas, TX

Latest evidence and research, authors, medical and ballistic experts, academics and researchers into modern political assassinations, including Malcolm X, John F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert Kennedy. Resource room with books, DVDs and digital collections. Films and presentations. Join us.

Speakers:

Dr. Cyril Wecht, M.D., J.D., former president American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Jim Douglass, author of JFK and the Unspeakable

Walt Brown, author of Master Analytic Chronology: The Death of President Kennedy

Russ Baker, author of Family of Secrets

John Armstrong, author of Harvey & Lee will be available to sign his book

Randy Benson, award-winning filmmaker, showing excerpts from The Searchers

T Carter, author an upcoming book Jerry Ray: A Memoir of Injustice

Ben Rogers, curator of the Penn Jones collection at Baylor University's Poague Library

Jim DiEugenio, author of Destiny Betrayed and editor of Probe

Lisa Pease, co-author of The Assassinations and editor of Probe

Robert Groden, author of The Search for Lee Harvey Oswald and Absolute Proof

Other speakers to be announced

Schedule:

Friday, November 20

COPA keynote speaker

7:00 pm, Mezzanine level

Adolphus Hotel, 1321 Commerce Street, (214) 742-8200

Movies, 10:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Hotel Lawrence, Houston & Jackson Sts., just off Dealey Plaza

Resource room open on 2nd floor rear Friday to Sunday, books and DVDs, authors

Saturday, November 21

Speakers 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Movies 10:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Hotel Lawrence, Houston & Jackson Sts.

Sunday, November 22 46th anniversary

Speakers and discussions 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Hotel Lawrence, Houston & Jackson Sts.

12:30 pm Moment of Silence

Commemorating the Assassination of President Kennedy

Grassy Knoll, Dealey Plaza, speakers following

Union Station and West End stations on DART rail.

All events open to public.

Registration at door - $60 for all events, $25 per day, $20 for Adolphus events

Coalition on Political Assassinations, PO Box 772, Washington, DC 20044

copa@starpower.net www.politicalassassinations.com

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Regards, TOM BLACKWELL, PO Box 25403, Dallas, Texas 75225

http://DemocraticResearch.Org

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From John Judge:

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Does that mean that John Armstrong will be on hand to sell and sign copies of his book but won't make a presentation?

BK

The Coalition on Political Assassinations presents:

OPEN SECRETS: THE ASSASSINATIONS OF THE ‘60s

15th Annual Regional Conference, November 20-22, Dallas, TX

Latest evidence and research, authors, medical and ballistic experts, academics and researchers into modern political assassinations, including Malcolm X, John F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert Kennedy. Resource room with books, DVDs and digital collections. Films and presentations. Join us.

Speakers:

Dr. Cyril Wecht, M.D., J.D., former president American Academy of Forensic Sciences

Jim Douglass, author of JFK and the Unspeakable

Walt Brown, author of Master Analytic Chronology: The Death of President Kennedy

Russ Baker, author of Family of Secrets

John Armstrong, author of Harvey & Lee will be available to sign his book

Randy Benson, award-winning filmmaker, showing excerpts from The Searchers

T Carter, author an upcoming book Jerry Ray: A Memoir of Injustice

Ben Rogers, curator of the Penn Jones collection at Baylor University's Poague Library

Jim DiEugenio, author of Destiny Betrayed and editor of Probe

Lisa Pease, co-author of The Assassinations and editor of Probe

Robert Groden, author of The Search for Lee Harvey Oswald and Absolute Proof

Other speakers to be announced

Schedule:

Friday, November 20

COPA keynote speaker

7:00 pm, Mezzanine level

Adolphus Hotel, 1321 Commerce Street, (214) 742-8200

Movies, 10:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Hotel Lawrence, Houston & Jackson Sts., just off Dealey Plaza

Resource room open on 2nd floor rear Friday to Sunday, books and DVDs, authors

Saturday, November 21

Speakers 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Movies 10:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Hotel Lawrence, Houston & Jackson Sts.

Sunday, November 22 46th anniversary

Speakers and discussions 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Second floor Rear

Hotel Lawrence, Houston & Jackson Sts.

12:30 pm Moment of Silence

Commemorating the Assassination of President Kennedy

Grassy Knoll, Dealey Plaza, speakers following

Union Station and West End stations on DART rail.

All events open to public.

Registration at door - $60 for all events, $25 per day, $20 for Adolphus events

Coalition on Political Assassinations, PO Box 772, Washington, DC 20044

copa@starpower.net www.politicalassassinations.com

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Regards, TOM BLACKWELL, PO Box 25403, Dallas, Texas 75225

http://DemocraticResearch.Org

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Note from John Judge:

Annual COPA Memorial Event at JFK Monument at American U. 12 noon on Sunday, June 10th in honor of JFK's Peace Speech.

Forty-nine years ago President John F. Kennedy called for an end to the Cold War and an end to the nuclear arms race, and a lasting peace with the Soviet Union based on realistic cooperation. This speech may have been the last nail in his coffin due to its effect on the rising Military Industrial Intelligence Complex President Eisenhower warned about in his final address to the nation. Come out with us and commemorate this courageous speech.

Read JFK and the Unspeakable by Jim Douglass if you have not yet done so to understand why JFK was killed. We hold this event annually, followed by lunch and discussion with researchers who are part of the Coalition on Political Assassinations. We will also discuss the birth of the Museum of Hidden History. Hope to see you there. RSVP John Judge 202-583-5347.

"And We Are All Mortal...."

49th Anniversary Commemoration of JFK Speech

American University

4800 Nebraska Ave. NW, Washington, DC

(southwest end of Reeves football field, below radio tower)

June 10, 2012 - 12:00 pm

Friends,

Please join us in commemorating the 49th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's historic speech calling for an end to the Cold War and the nuclear arms race and for world peace. It was given as a commencement address to the graduating class at American University on June 10, 1963, only months before his assassination that November in Dallas. In our view, it was one of the causes of his death. If you have not read JFK and the Unspeakable by Jim Douglass, please do.

American University installed a memorial plaque to JFK and the speech at the site and we meet there annually to read and commemorate the speech at 12:00 noon on June 10. The plaque is at the west end of the sports field, below the radio station tower on campus. The closest entrance to that point is on New Mexico Avenue, NW, to the right off Nebraska Ave. Following the event we usually have lunch and researchers discuss the assassination and upcoming COPA events. We hope you can join us this year.

RSVP to copa@starpower.net

John Judge

Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA)

PO Box 772

Washington, DC 20044

copa@starpower.net

Check out our new website:

www.politicalassassinations.com

Annual meeting in Dallas in November

Hotel Lawrence - 214-761-9090 - discount room reservations

Speakers, films, books, resources, email for details

National organization of medical and ballistic experts, academics and authors, researchers and interested individuals investigating major political assassinations in America and abroad. Responsible for creation and implementation of the JFK Assassination Records Act. Promoting a Martin Luther King Records Act and a grand jury process to reopen all the major assassinations.

We are not allergic to donations, donations NOT tax deductible. DVD set of last year's COPA meeting in Dallas for any donation of $50 or more.

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