From the Assassination Archives and Research Center:
“The AARC is hosting a conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of the release of the Warren Commission Report on the Assassination of President Kennedy: “The Warren Report and the JFK Assassination: A Half Century of Significant Disclosures.”“The conference will focus on what we have learned of major significance from the additional 4 million pages released since the issuance of the Warren Report On September 26, 1964. Particular attention will be paid to disclosures made under the JFK Records Act and on the need to secure the release of the Act documents that remain withheld a half century later.”
“The three-day conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Bethesda, Maryland, September 26 through September 28, 2014. The Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law will co-sponsor the conference.
“Many noted authorities have committed to speak at the conference, including John Newman, Dan Hardway, Jefferson Morley, Russell Baker, Dr. Donald Thomas, Dr. Randolph Robertson, Prof. Ernst Titovets, Joan Mellen, Jim D’Eugenio, Marie Fonzi, Tony Summers, Cyril Wecht, Peter Dale Scott, Robert Groden, Lamar Waldron, David Kaiser, and manyothers. A much fuller list of speakers and a detailed description of the event will be contained on the AARC’s recently–launched website.
The AARC also passes on this information
“Our luxury hotel host has extended a very special room rate of only $119 (+ tax) per night for conference attendees. Double-occupancy surcharges and in-room Wi-Fi charges have been waived. For those who may want to extend your visit to the D.C. area the Hyatt-Regency has agreed to extend this special room rate to three days preceding and following the conference.
Register at the ARRC web site now, and please pass the word on to your respective networks
You can also register here for e-mail updates on the conference.
1 thought on “What we’ve learned since the Warren Commission report”
Great event to be happening! Wish I could be there. I’d like to think people realized something was wrong with this “Report” when the members were told not to search for new evidence, but to focus on old evidence. What kind of “investigation” is that????