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Clay Ogilvie has spent enormous time indexing and organizing the collected records of Harold Weisberg, who fought the government over access to assassination records over a period of decades.

 

Electronic Archives

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Clay Ogilvie on the value of an electronic archive.
(1 min 39 sec)
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Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2005

The Bridge

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Ogilvie on what is needed to bridge the gap between the existence of electronic documents and actually having them used.
(1 min 46 sec)
Source:
Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2005

The Rift Line

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Ogilvie discusses how the assassination of JFK is a rift line in history, and on the need for honesty and transparency in government.
(2 min 8 sec)
Source:
Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2005

Methodology

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Ogilvie on the lack of any foundational, scientific research in the Kennedy assassination case.
(1 min 26 sec)
Source:
Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2005

Provenance Index

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Clay Ogilvie on the need for a "Provenance Index" in the Kennedy assassination case.
(1 min 32 sec)
Source:
Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2005

First Meeting Harold Weisberg

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Clay relates a humourous anecdote about the first time he met Harold Weisberg.
(37 sec)
Source:
Mary Ferrell Foundation
18 Nov 2005

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