Jacob Carter, the author of “Before History DIes” talks about the loss of conviction in an America made cynical by the assassination of JFK and its confused aftermath. But rather than succumb, Jacob finds hope–in the JFK research community and in social media,
As I said in at the JFK Lancer conference in Dallas two years ago, the challenge is to: describe the latest evidence accurately; use the internet to mobilize online civil society; press for full disclosure; and insist on accountability. It can be done by 2017.
If you’re in Dallas, you’ll want to check out the usual array of excellent speakers, inlcuding David Talbot, Bill Simpich, Marie Fonzie. Larry Hancock, and Bill Garnet, to name just a few. It is a chance to drill down on the key issues raised by the unresolved events of November 1963 with some of the most knowledgable people in the world.
At an event sponsored by JFK Lancer in Dallas next month, veteran San Francisco defense attorney Bill Simpich will cut to the proverbial chase in the JFK assassination story.
“Simpich will address the FBI report issued two weeks following the assassination [of President John F. Kennedy], and the evidence that the Warren Report itself served largely as a cover-up exercise to support the FBI report….”
What does Simpich, an experienced litigator, say about the ancient complexities of this particular criminal case?
I had the honor of speaking at the JFK Lancer conference in Dallas on November 22, 2013, and I offered some thoughts about what I think we (meaning the American people and others interested in the assassination of President Kennedy 50 years ago) need to do in 2014.
Kind words from the FrontBurner blog of D magazine in a piece about the upcoming JFK Lancer conference on the assassination of President Kennedy.
“This year’s gathering, on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s murder, is scheduled for Nov. 21-24 at The Adolphus hotel. The organizers are expecting 350 to 400 people to attend, and it doesn’t appear to be a conclave of whack-jobs, either. Attendees will include academics, medical doctors, and JFK-assassination eyewitnesses, and Jefferson Morley — a veteran Washington journalist who’s written for Slate, the New Republic and the Washington Post — will be the keynote speaker. “We’re not, ‘the UFOs did it.’ We are a very conservative group,” conference organizer Deb Conway says. Read more