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
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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
The Coke Incident, Fritz’s Notes and the Limo Stop by Pete Engwall & Staffan H. Westerberg We look for scenes that never were. Seemingly innocent scenes that have made the research effort to always follow the same path and never venture outside the box. Most of us researchers believe there are lots of traps and pitfalls surrounding the Kennedy assassination, many with the sole purpose of leading us astray. But it is too seldom we manage to identify them. In this article we will lookRead More