This Web site is intended to stimulate public debate about the causes and consequences of the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy. In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks and the invasion of Iraq to destroy non-existent weapons of mass destruction, the imperative of understanding catastrophic intelligence failures is greater than ever.
The purpose of this site is two-fold: First is to facilitate understanding of the available evidence, with full respect for the range of opinion that the evidence generates. A second goal is to help forge consensus about the urgent and continuing necessity to enforce the JFK Assassination Records Act of 1992, and to insure the immediate release of assassination-related records now illicitly withheld from the public domain by U.S. government agencies.
The approach is to apply the standards of journalism, scholarship and forensic science to a subject which has suffered from the lack of consistent application of all three.
The posts here will examine some of the evidence and tell some of the more important stories, and provide pointers to other credible sources available online.
What is needed now is societal accountability. As some of the recent civil rights cases have shown, this is still possible even after more than 40 years.
- Jefferson Morley
- Rex Bradford