Category Archives: Missing evidence

George Butler: The DPD and the JFK Assassination

  One of the figures that I will touch on in my upcoming book, JFK: The Untold Stories, is  Lieutenant George Butler and the role he played in gathering information for many agencies both governmental and private.   George Butler is an interesting character in relation to the JFK Assassination.  Not only was he an extreme right…
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The Cuban Missile Crisis and Dino Brugioni

The National Archives in tandem with the 12/23/15 edition of  Newsweek,  has released some declassified documents from the Dino Brugioni collection.  To commemorate this extraordinary release, which features a curated list of the most noteworthy documents declassified in 2015, contributing editor and Archive FOIA project director Nate Jones is publishing a supplemental online posting for…
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Was the Nix film Altered?

CRUCIAL MUCHMORE FRAMES ARE   ABSENT FROM THE Z—FILM by Allan R.J. Eaglesham, PhD Milicent Cranor's interesting article "The Magic Skull" in the July TED (11 led me to dig out my video copies of the Zapruder, Nix, and Muchmore movies and to painstakingly reappraise them one frame at a time. I am happy to report…
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Let’s Not Discount Double-Chek

Gordon NovelFor years, authors, a district attorney, researchers, politicians and peripheral JFK assassination suspects have discussed, known and hinted at the mystery of Gordon Novel of Garrison, Delorean and Watergate infamy. Some have even accused him of being the Umbrella Man in Dealey Plaza. In 1967, Jim Garrison was approached by a young electronics expert who had information…
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