General Assassination Details

Walter Cronkite Mentioned the JFK Limo Stopping on Elm Street 22 Minutes After the Assassination

Walter Cronkite Mentioned the JFK Limo Stopping on Elm Street 22 Minutes After the Assassination

by Douglas P. Horne Author of “Inside the Assassination Records Review Board” Today I received a link to a YouTube segment that features CBS anchorman Walter Cronkite’s TV audio from approximately 22 minutes after JFK’s assassination on Elm Street in Dallas, in which Cronkite says the President’s limousine stopped briefly during the shooting. The person who sent me the link was Washington attorney and activist Dan Alcorn, who has a long and distinguished record of research into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. IRead More

Was Umbrella Man a Shooter?

Was Umbrella Man a Shooter?

Article written and contributed by Karen Clift Umbrella Man (UM) and his role, if any, in the assassination of President Kennedy has been a source of debate among assassination researchers for many years. Some believe he really was the heckler, Steven Witt, who testified before the HSCA. Many others believe him to be a signalman of some sort. Still others contend he was a shooter, using a secret James Bondian weapon to fire a poison dart. The notion that UM was a shooter was putRead More

An Interview with Gerald Lynn Hill

An Interview with Gerald Lynn Hill

In 2000, I was in pursuit of identifying the suited individual who is pictured crouching on the south side of Elm Street next to Buddy Walthers and a uniformed Dallas Police Department Supervisor (as evidenced by the white cap) at approximately 12:40 pm, just ten minutes after the shots were fired. The man appears to be picking up an object from the grass. The object allegedly was a spent .45 caliber slug. My late friend, a retired Officer from the Criminal Intelligence Section of theRead More

Hemming’s CIA File vs. Military Records

Hemming’s CIA File vs. Military Records

According to CIA files: In 1957, while Gerry Patrick Hemming served in the Marine Corps, he was assigned to the First Marine Air Wing (MACS-1), stationed in Atsugi Japan. According to Marine Corps records: Lee Harvey Oswald was also stationed in Atsugi during this same time period, arriving 12 September 1957. But Gerry always maintained that he was never stationed in Atsugi, but rather served with the Third Marine Air Wing out of Kāneʻohe Bay, O’ahu, Hawaii in 1957. Below is an excerpt from John Newman’s book, “OswaldRead More

David Mantik

The Silence of the Historians – David Mantik

David W. Mantik, M.D., Ph.D.  The most dangerous and vicious of all forgeries are those committed in behalf of a cause—the cause of a nation, of an institution, or of a leader—and intended to bring about a permanent falsification of history.  —Allan Nevins Between 1994 and 1998, the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) processed for release approximately 60,000 JFK assassination documents. Its staff also conducted new depositions and interviews with many medical witnesses, some completely new to the case. This wide panorama of fresh sourcesRead More