Available today: ‘A Coup in Camelot’

“Narrated by Emmy award-winning actor Peter Coyote, directed/produced by Stephen Goetsch and written/produced by Art Van Kampen, A Coup in Camelotis a powerful examination of compelling new research, exclusive interviews and critical analysis by the top medical, forensic and research experts in the country.”




CIA & JFKFrom a 5-Star Amazon review of Jefferson Morley’s new ebook, CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files.

The crown jewel of Mr. Morley’s work details his discovery that a retired CIA officer named George Joannides was called back to Washington to stall a re-investigation of the assassination by the House of Representatives in the late 1970s.

As editor of JFK Facts, Morley is the leader of JFK investigative journalism. He

–broke the story of Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly’s JFK lie, which CNN picked up.

–broke the story of the 1,100 JFK files that the CIA has never made public. Politico followed his lead.

–successfully sued the CIA for long-secret JFK files–and the New York Times paid attention.

Morley’s latest investigationCIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, available on Amazon, provides the fullest account of the role of CIA operations officers in the events leading to the death of JFK.

Morley reveals what’s in the thousands of long-suppressed JFK files scheduled to be declassified in October 2017.





7 thoughts on “Available today: ‘A Coup in Camelot’”

  1. Did this film provide any proof that the Zapruder film was altered?
    They mention the 6K scans of the Z film in the trailer.
    We’ve been hearing about this for years yet nobody has produced any evidence that it could have been done in 1963 or even today using aerial image composites on 8mm film.
    I operated an Oxberry aerial image camera for years and I don’t see how it could have been done based on my experience with Disney, Paramount, Warner Bros, Universal, Columbia and many other major film companies before the advent of digital compositing.

  2. Excellent documentary, mainly focuses on forensic examination of the autopsy material. Offers some different material than I have seen on other documentaries, which make it a very worthy addition to existing JFK content.

  3. I watched it. It was a mixed bag, in my opinion. Those who raised questions, such as Barry Ernest and Vince Palamara, were far more credible than those claiming to possess the answers, such as Doug Horne and David Mantik. But perhaps that’s cause I know better.

    In other words, it’s possible newbies will be impressed with this. It’s certainly well put-together. And Peter Coyote’s narration makes it sound like PBS.

    1. Thanks for your Honest opinion Pat. I’ve respected that of you for years even if I’ve wondered or disagreed a few times.
      I don’t know where else to say this and have wanted to for a while.
      I wish you, Jeff, Jim D, Mr. Hancock, Dr. Scott and many others would as the Beatles said come together over JFK regarding the 2017 files release, a consensus on a few points. A formal written request from respected Historical Researchers for fulfillment of the legal obligation of Our Government for relevant historical information.
      Apologies to respected researchers not named.

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