Monthly Archives: November 2014

It’s Time for Change

The 51st anniversary of JFK’s murder has come and gone. There were four major conferences and a luncheon: 2 in October and 3 in November in Dallas. But why are we still having conferences?   In perusing social networking sites, not one of them was immune from criticism. One was called a “spook fest”. One was…
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The Nix Film is Missing. But What Did CBS do with the Craven Film?

[video width="1280" height="720" mp4=""][/video]   I got an email today from a JFK researcher named Wes Haddon.  He sent me some frames (one pictured above) from the Cravens film.  If you're not aware, Tom Craven was in the press car of the JFK motorcade and his footage of the assassination is inexplicably missing or as…
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Apt to Mention Abt

[caption id="attachment_3166" align="aligncenter" width="150"] John Abt[/caption] John Abt was the lawyer Lee Harvey Oswald asked for several different times before he was shot by Jack Ruby.  Abt testified before the Warren Commission and in later interviews that he had no idea who Oswald was and was in a cabin in Connecticut when Oswald supposedly called him…
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