Facts, not theories, about JFK’s assassination

President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Quality information

The single best online source for JFK information is the web site of the Mary Ferrell Foundation (MFF), which offers  the largest collection of JFK  assassination records on the Web, along with introductions to the key historic and forensic issues in the JFK story. JFK Lancer, based in Dallas, sets the context for the crime and the failure of the official theory of the assassination offered by the Warren Commission. 22November1963  is a U.K.-based site with a lucid introduction to JFK’s assassination and the evidence.

What’s happening now?

Project JFK/CSI Dallas is a new consortium of leading JFK researchers who regularly share their latest findings with the public. Sign up here. WhoWhatWhy is an independent news site that covers the latest development in the JFK assassination story with an emphasis on the role of government secrecy and media failure.

Witnesses & investigators

Abraham Bolden, retired Secret Service agent, is the only man who  lost his job as a result of Kennedy’s assassination. Bolden pointed out lax procedures and misconduct in presidential security.  For his professionalism, he was framed by the FBI. Follow Abraham Bolden on Facebook. The late Dr. Robert McClelland, one of the attending physician who sought to save Kennedy’s life, talks about where the fatal shot came from in this video, courtesy of the Allen Public Library in Allen, Texas. Douglas Horne, formerly of the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB), illuminates the evidence of fraud in JFK’s autopsy, presented by the Future of Freedom Foundation. Dan Hardway, formerly of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, talks about the CIA’s obstruction of the HSCA investigation

Digging deeper

In 2013 Black Ops Radio put together a wide-ranging series “50 Reasons for 50 Years” which presents leading experts explaining, point by point, why the official theory of Kennedy’s assassination is not credible. The Assassination Archive and Research Center in Washington D.C. is a leader in Freedom of Information Act litigation to complete the record of JFK’s assassination. The Kennedys and King web site covers JFK and other assassinations of the 1960s. The Black Vault has an extensive and searchable archive of declassified JFK records.

JFK imagery

David von Peine’s JFK  Channel on YouTube has an outstanding collection of videos about JFK’s assassination and the Kennedy presidency. Robin Unger’s JFK Assassination Photo Research Galleries presents a comprehensive collection of still photographs related to the events of November 1963 in Dallas.

Caveat emptor

The Kennedy Assassination Home Page, created by the late John McAdams, defends the official theory of the JFK’s assassination, often with inaccurate or incomplete information.

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