Tag Archive for Robert Groden

JFK activist Robert Groden talks about the authenticity of the Zapruder film

Robert Groden, the JFK whistleblower who brought Abraham Zapruder’s home movie of JFK’s assassination to a national audience for the first time, spoke this week with Jeff Schechtman of WhoWhatWhy.

Groden injected some common sense into a some foolish side issue in JFK discussions. Like Alexandra Zapruder, author of a recent book on her grandfather’s film, Groden emphasizes what matters is the evidence on the film, not speculation about its handling.

“We’ve gotten to the point now where defenders of the Warren Commission and attackers on both sides are saying the Zapruder film was fake. No, it wasn’t fake,” Groden said.

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When was the Zapruder film first shown to the American people?

In the Age of Viral Video, it is hard to believe but it is true: Abraham Zapruder’s home movie of JFK’s assassination on November 22, 1963 was not shown to the American people for twelve years after it was first taken.

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Trailer of ‘Plaza Man,’ on JFK crusader Robert Groden


Barto sends word:

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Robert Groden: his JFK life depicted in Dutch documentary

And here is the real fascination of this film. It’s just not that simple. It’s not as easy as dismissing Robert Groden as a nutcase. He’s weird. He’s way unusual. He’s obsessive as hell. But how do we know — Do we know? — that obsession is automatically or always wrong or destructive? What if he’s right?

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Dallas police to Groden: ‘Grassy knoll’ banner must go

The latest antics of the Dallas police, courtesy of the Dallas ObserverDallas Wants JFK Conspiracy Theorist to Remove “Grassy Knoll” Sign.

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Pass or fail? The Warren Commission report reviewed 50 years later

Warren CommisionOn the upcoming 50th anniversary of the publication of Warren Commission report in September 1964, not one but two conferences in the Washington DC area will take a close look at the report and its account of JFK’s assassination, which most Americans do not believe is accurate. Read more

Lawyer charges Sixth Floor Museum instigated prosecution of JFK author

Click here for attorney Brad Kzia’s brief against the City of Dallas for “malicious persecution” of Robert Groden, a JFK author. The brief charges that the Sixth Floor Museum played a role in getting Groden arrested in June 2010.

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Groden sues Dallas charging ‘malicious prosecution’ for Dealey Plaza free speech

The essential Dallas blogger Jim Schutze talks to Brad Kizzia about Robert Groden’s new lawsuit in defense of the 1st Amendment in Dealey Plaza. Read more

Doctor’s story rivets JFK conference

He was there as JFK lay dying.

The story of Dr. Robert McClelland never fails to fascinate. Fifty years ago, McClelland was a 34-year surgery instructor at Dallas’s Parkland Hospital who was called into the emergency room to treat President John F. Kennedy after he had been shot.

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Was there a gunshot from the grassy knoll?

A lot of people at the scene of the crime thought so. But don’t take my word for it.

In the latest installment of Len Osanic’s “50 Reasons for 50 Years” video series, JFK photo expert Robert Groden compiles photographic imagery from the first few minutes after the assassination of President Kennedy. View the pictures and decide for yourself.

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Legal battle likely over JFK 50th anniversary in Dallas

Robert Groden, veteran JFK researcher, tells Dallas Morning News editorial writer Rodger Jones that he is likely to challenge the city’s plans to restrict access to Dealey Plaza on November 22, 2013. Read more