"You belong to civilization! And don't you forget it! I don't want Hitler in heaven. The Gestapo...you can just forget about it!"--the words and wisdom of a homeless woman, Santa Monica, California, 2007
NEWS: On September 27, 2014, I spoke on the single-bullet theory at a conference in Bethesda, Maryland timed to correspond to the 50th anniversary of the Warren Report. The list of speakers included Oswald's friend Buell Wesley Frazier, participants in official investigations such as Dr. Cyril Wecht, Prof. Robert Blakey, and Robert Groden, and journalists and authors such as Russ Baker, Jefferson Morley, and Anthony Summers. The conference was presented by the Assassination Archives and Research Center. Anti-Castro Cuban Antonio Veciana finally confirmed that his CIA handler, Maurice Bishop--the one he claimed to see with Oswald--was in fact David Atlee Phillips, a high-ranking CIA officer whose appearance and personal history matched up perfectly with Veciana's description of Bishop. History was made. Look for the upcoming DVD.
Above: Death Valley. That's me blocking out the scenery.
Chapters 2 and 2b explore the early investigations performed by both the FBI and Secret Service, and demonstrate their utter failure to establish as simple a matter as which shots hit the President, and where he was when hit.
Chapters 5-9b present a comprehensive study of the eyewitness statements regarding the shooting of the President, and demonstrate, beyond any real doubt, that the single-assassin scenario currently in favor is a ridiculous fabrication.
Chapter 18d: Reason to Believe
Chapters 19 and 20 discuss the roadblocks to progress in assassination "research" and explore some continuing mysteries.
Chapter 21 discusses my most recent thoughts on the assassination
Chapter 21: Rorschach Test
The Onslaught: the Media's Response to the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination
The Onslaught, Part2
Here is a quick list reflecting my current thoughts on the assassination, that is, why I remain a "conspiracy theorist" even though I feel certain much of what has been proposed by the "research community" is nonsense: Fun With Lists: a Quick Look at the Evidence
Here is a blog in which I discussed Vincent Bugliosi's book Reclaiming History:
In September 2011, I made an appearance on the Talktainment radio program The Chosen. This can be found here: