Tag Archive for Investigations

In JFK’s motorcade

What was it like to be there that day? AP photographer Bob Jackson tells his story of riding in the motorcade in Dallas on Nov. 22, seeing a rifle in the 6th floor window, and people gathering on the grassy knoll. You are there. (HT Sixth Floor Museum)

RIP: Arlen Specter and his Single Bullet Theory

The custodians of legacy news organizations and certain historians will say that the late Arlen Specter was right beyond a reasonable doubt in his theorizing about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Unfortunately, the facts say otherwise. In the past decade, improvements in forensic science have undermined Specter’s most famous hypothesis, the venerable Single Bullet Theory.

This is not to criticize the dead. Read more