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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PatSpeer.com: Fact Check By Milicent Cranor Part One Pat Speer has been promoting the idea that the defect in JFK’s head was only on the top right, a hole that did not extend into the back of the head. He contrasts it with an obviously false one — that the defect was low in the back of the head, to the exclusion of the top and side. The real issue isn’t “hole-on-top versus hole-in-back,” because nearly all testimony combined describes a defect that included bothRead More
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
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
This is an updated version of an article which was first published in the November 2002 edition of the Dealey Plaza Echo, the journal of the British research group Dealey Plaza UK. Barry Keane is Vice-Chairman of Dealey Plaza UK and here he examines the work of Harold “Skip” Rydberg, the man described by Commander James J. Humes as “a hospital corpsman, second class, and a medical illustrator in our command at Naval Medical School .” Rydberg was responsible for the schematic drawings of Kennedy’sRead More