The Kennedy Assassination: New Developments

On October 8, an unusual protest was scheduled to take place outside the National Archives in Washington, D.C. A group of researchers into the Kennedy assassination planned to form a picket line at the Visitor’s Entrance. They were there because the National Archives had announced it will not release 1,171 top-secret CIA documents in advance […]

Dick Russell is back on the trail of the JFK case

Dick Russell’s second book on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, is an important contribution to the subject’s literature. Russell intertwines some of his previously published articles with chapters of never-before-published information, offering updated perspectives on previous revelations and adding new information to the case. Russell’s combination […]

Challenge to lone gunman theory

LIVERMORE – More than four decades after his death, John F. Kennedy’s assassination remains the hottest cold case in U.S. history, and the clues continue to trickle in. Now Lawrence Livermore Laboratory scientists say a key piece of evidence supporting the lone gunman theory should be thrown out. Chuck Todd, Contra Costa Times A new […]

Assassination Review

May 15, 2006 Press Conference: Prepared Remarks by Douglas P. Horne, Former Chief Analyst for Military Records, Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) I served on the staff of the Assassination Records Review Board for just over three years, from August 1995 through September 1998. During that period of time the Review Board granted permission for […]

The mafia, the coup and the murder

The authors respond to David Talbot’s review of “Ultimate Sacrifice.” We appreciate the serious coverage of “Ultimate Sacrifice” in, but there are several assertions and omissions in the review written by David Talbot that we’d like to address. “Ultimate Sacrifice” presents evidence from thousands of pages of declassified documents that John and Robert Kennedy […]

Study Backs Theory of ‘Grassy Knoll’

New Report Says Second Gunman Fired at Kennedy By George Lardner Jr. The House Assassinations Committee may have been right after all: There was a shot from the grassy knoll. That was the key finding of the congressional investigation that concluded 22 years ago that President John F. Kennedy’s murder in Dallas in 1963 was […]

Oswald and the CIA

One day after receiving a letter from the Assassination Records Review Board, a key witness in the murder of JFK was found dead in his home in California. Meanwhile, new evidence continues to pile up regarding Lee Harvey Oswald’s connections to the CIA. At 9 PM last November 1, the landlord of a house in […]

JFK & The Cuban Connection

Havana’s Spies Spill the Beans at Top-Level Conference! Like Korea’s DMZ, the 90-mile strait that separates Havana from Miami is a place where the Cold War survives. This particular Cold War hotspot may have been the matrix for the conspiracy on the life of John F. Kennedy. But even as the JFK whodunit became a […]