This November 18 in Washington DC a powerful lineup of speakers will address the JFK assassination, its relevancy to modern times, and new findings which continue to emerge from the recent declassifications. Confirmed speakers include:
Gary Hart - former U.S. Senator from Colorado and co-chair of the U.S. Commission on National Security for the 21st Century. Senator Hart was part of a two-senator subcomittee (the Schweicker-Hart subcommittee) of the Church Committee which investigated the assassination of President Kennedy and will speak on "The Church Committee and the Still Unanswered Questions."
G. Robert Blakey - Chief Counsel of the congressional committee that investigated Kennedy's murder, giving a talk entitled "Second Thoughts."
Joan Mellen - Author of the soon-to-be-released book "A Farewell to Justice: Jim Garrison, JFK's Assassination, and the Case That Should Have Changed History."
David Talbot - Founder of salon.com, speaking on the meaning of the silence of Robert Kennedy in the aftermath of his brother's murder.
Peter Dale Scott - Noted author of several books including "Deep Politics and the Death of JFK", giving a talk entitled "Joseph Milteer, Pedro Del Valle, Northwoods, and the Strategy of Tension."
James Bamford - Author of "Body of Secrets", speaking on "Seven Days in May: The Military vs. JFK."
Josiah Thompson - Author of Six Seconds in Dallas, whose talk is entitled "Bedrock Evidence in the Kennedy Assassination: Where Can You Find It?"
John Newman - Author of "JFK & Vietnam" and "Oswald and the CIA", speaking on "James Angleton and the Assassination of President Kennedy."
D.B. Thomas and Richard Garwin will appear together to debate the House Select Committee's scientific acoustics evidence, which found that more than three shots were fired, one from the "grassy knoll."
Other speakers and panelists include Prof. David Wrone, Jefferson Morley, Dr. Gary Aguilar, Dr. Randolph Robertson, Richard Whalen, Dr. Patrick Grant, Dr. Eric Randich, Dan Alcorn, Prof. Gerald McKnight, and Jim Lesar, president of the AARC.
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