What have the real experts found in the new JFK files?
The John F. Kennedy Assassination
Larry Hancock and Carmine Savastano return to continue the JFK 101 series, after first recapping the JFKLancer NID 2017 conference just a bit.
In this episode Chuck Ochelli and I talk about a trip we took to Dallas at the JFK Lancer conference.
Carmine Savastano talked about the new JFK files that have been released and some nuggets in them that he has found.
New JFK files are out and that means Rob Clark is back on The Dallas Action with his thoughts and analysis!
Chuck and Carmine continue the JFK Assassination myths series with episode 12 and a return to the queen of JFK conspiracy BS, Judy Baker.
Dr. Cyril Wecht discusses the mock trial of 2017 with Larry Schnapf and Bill Simpich who gives an update on the new JFK files release.
Alan Dale serves the noted FOIA attorney, Jim Lesar, as Director of the Assassination Archives and Research Center, aarclibrary.org, and is the host of JFK Conversations...
A look at some new JFK documents and how I got interested in the JFK assassination in the first place.
The new round of documents on the Kennedy assassination shed light on the long-running U.S. government effort to overthrow Fidel Castro -- including discussions to stage attacks on U.S. soil and blame Cuba.
Doug Campbell of The Dallas Action podcast and friends take a look at some of the new JFK files that have been released this year.
Polls suggest most Americans, including national forensics expert Dr. Cyril Wecht, believe John F. Kennedy was assassinated by more than the single assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.
UNE Center for Global Humanities and its founding director, Anouar Majid, host Jeremy Gunn on "Seeking the Truth in the Kennedy Assassination."
The Future of Freedom Foundation has announced the release of a series of videos about the assassination of President Kennedy and the autopsy at Bethesda Maryland that took place the evening he died.
Robert Kennedy Jr. told a crowd in Dallas this weekend, that his father had doubts that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and that RFK Sr. considered the Warren Commission's report on the shooting to be "a shoddy piece of craftsmanship.”