Intro | Greg Burnham

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If you are a serious researcher, if your goal is truth, you’ve found your way to the right spot and are heartily welcomed.  I hope you make this site a part of your routine and participate in making it a living, breathing thing.  I value your time and perspective on this case.  Please feel free to comment or question anything you see here. 

This case is one convoluted mess, but it can be seen and understood if you give your heart and mind to discovery.  President Kennedy gave his life in an attempt to give us a better world.  We owe it to his memory to give this case a good hard look, without ever looking away.  This case is the Rosetta Stone to the world in which we live.

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  1.' David Mantik says:


    I am very excited to learn of your new website. As soon as I pay my dues to the IRS I look forward to supporting your goals. We share so much in common, but my neck is a little more flexible than yours. (That is not a metaphorical comment.)

    David Mantik

    • Hi David,

      I share your excitement and am so very appreciative of our friendship and shared values. Thank you for the well wishes and continued support. I know that our followers here will be pleased to know that you are one of the Founding Members of my new Assassination of JFK Research Forum. Your contributions there will no doubt add to the cutting edge quality of the evidence that we wish to disseminate. — Greg

  2.' Ray montenat says:

    Hey Greg, I started looking into the Kennedy assassination about 2 years ago. I don’t know why it took me so long to start researching it. It was somewhere around 2005 or 2006 when my sister planted the first seed in my mind that there might be more to the story of September 11 than what we were told. Before this I had never questioned our government or media in any real way. Needless to say I was in for a shock. The more I looked the more corrupt I found our system to be. I studied every event I could think of, finding alternate views and finding conspiracy to be the norm, not the exception. Of course there is also plenty of disinformation out there too, strawman arguments placed to make “conspiracist” a bad word. It wasn’t until 2012 that I finally took a look at the Kennedy assassination. Once I did I was hooked. There are so many parts to this story it can make the head spin. I subscribed to your YouTube channel and have watched nearly all of your videos. They are great. You are a wonderful journalist and speaker. I thank you for your work. I’ve learned much from it. I’m at a new year party now so I need to stop writing before my wife becomes a true pain in my ass, but just want to say thank you and keep up the great work.

    • Happy New Year, Ray! And thank you for the kind words. You are quite correct that even the very notion of “conspiracy” has itself been marginalized–along with those of us who study the phenomenon–notwithstanding the fact that criminal acts are more likely to be the product of a conspiracy than they are likely to be the result of actions taken by a singleton. The likelihood of a conspiracy is directly proportionate to the seriousness of a crime and inversely proportionate to the trivial. So while shoplifting is often the act of a loner, any crime requiring “a lot of moving parts” to work properly is not. I don’t know how familiar you are with the documents of this case, particularly those that were produced by our own government, but are of a self-incriminating nature. Of particular interest is a CIA Dispatch 1035-960, titled: Concerning Critics of the Warren Commission Report in which Station Chiefs were instructed on methods to discredit Warren Report critics irrespective of the setting (could be an informal party of friends), or the country in which such a conversation was taking place (could be domestic, aka: on US soil, in violation of law), or the merits of such criticism. I encourage you to read that document in order to further confirm for yourself that which you have already suspected is true. As I wrote elsewhere: The Agency’s arrogance is palpable as is their disdain for critical thinking. The perfidy is clearly evidenced by the blatant disregard for the truth as demonstrated by the fallacious nature of the rebuttal arguments suggested for use by the Station Chiefs in receipt of this memo. That the arguments offered are clearly fallacious and that their deficit in reasoning was not disregarded, but rather was embraced by the authors of the document, reveals the deliberate nature of the attempt to deceive the American People.


  3. info nobody has or is aware of,……except myself…….who to give it to is the issue……..

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