Displaying items by tag: HSCA

Sunday, 19 September 2021 21:41

The Mysteries Around Ida Dox

Tim Smith examines the mysterious work medical illustrator Ida Dox performed on behalf of the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) utilizing her drawings, testimony, interviews with the author, and evidence contained in the National Archives as chapter 4 of his upcoming book on the witnesses appearing before the HSCA in public testimony.

Saturday, 14 August 2021 22:00

Kennedy’s Avenger?

Jim DiEugenio reviews Dan Abrams latest book, Kennedy’s Avenger, by highlighting what it got right, correcting what it got wrong, and exposing the crucial aspects of the case that it simply left out or ignored.

Monday, 26 July 2021 21:48

Last Second in Dallas, part 2

In the second and concluding part of his mixed review, Jim DiEugenio addresses the way Last Second in Dallas handles the photographic, medical and acoustics evidence, and finds the book seriously flawed in those areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Part 1

Challenging the lynch pin of the Warren Commission case, Benjamin Cole demolishes the tumbling single magic-bullet theory by reexamining the physical evidence, namely President Kennedy’s shirt, Governor Connally’s shirt and jacket, and the relevant Zapruder film frames, and revisiting the testimonies of the Connallys and that of Connally’s surgeon Dr. Robert Shaw.

Monday, 05 July 2021 20:00

Lee Harvey Oswald’s Cold War

Jim DiEugenio reviews Greg Parker’s unusual, provocative, and insightful two-volume work entitled Lee Harvey Oswald’s Cold War and traces the Cold War timeline and progression through the early life of Lee Harvey Oswald prior to his “defection” to the Soviet Union in October, 1959.

Saturday, 26 June 2021 20:00

Morley v. CIA

Recognizing the significant contributions to JFK research made by mainstream journalist Jefferson Morley, Jim DiEugenio reviews his recent e-book, Morley v. CIA: My Unfinished JFK Investigation, and traces the history of George Joannides involvement with the CIA and the DRE dating back to the time of the JFK assassination and beyond.

Jim DiEugenio reviews Michael Marcades’ second edition of his book about his mother Rose Cherami, who predicted Kennedy’s assassination before it happened.

Randy Robertson responds to the rebuttal of his review of Josiah Thompson’s book Last Second in Dallas (LSD) authored by Gary Aguilar MD, Doug Desalles MD, and Bill Simpich, in an attempt to correct their errors and egregious false claims.

Saturday, 17 April 2021 17:50

Fred Litwin on the Facts of the JFK Case

Matt Douthit reviews Fred Litwin’s book, I Was a Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak, chapter-by-chapter with respect to the facts of the case as they stand today.

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