Assassination of JFK: Assimilating the Anguish Perhaps no event of a tragic nature in human history, modern or otherwise, has ever universally impacted the very core of the human psyche as severely as the assassination of JFK continues to do. So long as we persist in our collective state of denial as to what the assassination of JFK means today the events of November 22, 1963 will punish the human psyche in much the same way as plagues, diseases, and natural disasters punish it. While we are awareRead More
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By Douglas P. Horne, author of “Inside the Assassination Records Review Board” *Publisher Note: To read Jacob Hornberger’s introduction to this series of talks: CLICK HERE I am pleased to announce that a project in the making since May of this year—an HD video recording of my Power Point presentation titled “Altered History: Deceit and Deception in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence”—has just been posted online by the Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF) and its President, Jacob Hornberger, a libertarian activist and a loyal supporterRead More
by Douglas P. Horne Author of “Inside the Assassination Records Review Board” This is a companion piece to my journal entry about Walter Cronkite’s reporting of the “car stop” written two days ago, on August 20th. Today Washington attorney and JFK assassination independent researcher, Dan Alcorn, found more compelling evidence on YouTube that the Kennedy limousine did indeed come to a brief stop on Elm Street during the assassination of the 35th President on November 22, 1963. Dan forwarded me this link to a YouTubeRead More
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
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