Bill Simpich has a terrific piece at WhoWhatWhy about the new JFK files released since October 2017. One document found by Simpich jumped out at me. In 1995 the CIA asked Brazilian intelligence.
to photograph the JFK researchers and Cuban counterintelligence officers that met together in August, 1995 in Rio de Janeiro pursuant to an invitation by the Ministry of Culture.
On CNN coroner Cyril Wecht and historian Douglas Brinkley agree: Panel slams JFK assassination records dump
In responding to an article by Warren Commission staffers Howard Willens and Richard in The American Scholar, Gary Aguilar and Cyril Wecht make a point that defenders of the Warren Commission cannot refute–and therefore rarely address–because it is undeniably true.
If you want full JFK disclosure in 2017, join CAPA
“CAPA seeks release of the remaining JFK records with a minimum of redactions, which can obscure vital information,” —CAPA Chairman Cyril H. Wecht, M.D.
An open letter from Bill Kelly, veteran JFK researcher and activist.
C-Span 3 is airing the first day of last month’s JFK conference at Dusquesne University, sponsored by the Wecht conference. For people interested in the latest in JFK research, there is no better way to get current.
From the PR Newswire via Sacramento Bee: “Experts Gathering to Mark Historic 50th Anniversary of JFK Assassination.”
The speakers at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh on Oct 17-19 include:
The Pittsburgh Tribune Review recently asked Dr. Cyril Wecht of Duquesne University a question:
Q: Where do RFK Jr.’s remarks fit in the Warren Commission conversation? Read more
A national symposium on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy will be held Duquesne University in Pittsburgh on October 17-19, 2013. Called “Passing the Torch,” this event is definitely worth attending. Read more
John Judge’s Coalition on Political Assassinations has opened registration for its conference in Dallas on the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination. Among the confirmed speakers, Read more