At this year’s JFK Lancer Conference in Dallas, the work of Dr. David Mantik and Dr. Michael Chesser was presented. The conclusion: JFK autopsy X-rays proved fraudulent by comparing his pre-mortem skull X-ray (optical densitometry data measured and collected by Dr. Michael Chesser at the JFK Library in Boston) to his post-mortem skull X-ray (optical densitometry data measured and collected by Dr. David W. Mantik at the National Archives). In addition to performing optical densitometry measurements on JFK’s pre-mortem X-rays at the JFK Library, Dr. Chesser alsoRead More
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The (JFK) Windmills of Pat Speer: A Sorrowful Knight Errant in the Land of “Education” Pen Name: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra March 12, 2016 NOTE: This discussion responds to messages posted via the online Education Forum (January 31 through February 22, 2016). Most of these messages relate to our questing knight (ironically named Speer), hereafter known as Don Quixote. The rather disjointed sequence seen here merely follows the trail laid down on the Forum. Questions in red are tilting items provided for our knightRead 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
JFK Skull X-Rays: Evidence of Forgery by David Mantik, M.D., Ph.D. Below is a power point presentation, detailing the reasons the autopsy x-rays of President Kennedy’s skull, the x-rays that are now a part of public record, are a forgery. This presentation was put together by Dr. David Mantik, a Founding Member of the AssassinationOfJFK.net Research Forum. Dr. Mantik has also added a correction to his initial presentation, which applies to slide number 20. It is available below as well, in the form of aRead More