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Unredacted

Welcome to Unredacted, the MFF interview show where we attempt to remove some of the blackouts of history and learn more about the truth of the JFK assassination. Co-hosts Rex Bradford and Tyler Weaver interview authors and experts on a semi-regular basis.



   

ARRB Audio

The Assassination Records Review Board taped many interviews, including a number in the area of the medical evidence. Some of these contain stunning testimony by persons who had never previously been called to testify. For instance, Saundra Kay Spencer, the woman who processed the Kennedy autopsy photos, told the ARRB that the set currently in the Archives is not the set she developed.

   

HSCA Audio

The House Select Committee recorded a number of interviews, and also collected audiotapes from a variety of sources. The MFF collection includes interviews conducted by the HSCA of medical/autopsy participants and a variety of others.

   

LBJ Phone Calls

In the 1990s, the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum in Austin, Texas began releasing phone recordings of taped calls from President Johnson's administration. The set available for listening here are those the period immediately following the Kennedy assassination, plus other selected calls relevant to that event.

   

Other Audio

Other audio clips include the (edited) audio transmissions of Air Force One, during its return flight from Dallas on November 22, 1963.



   

Watergate Audio

These Presidential recordings from the Nixon White House all relate to the Watergate crisis. For each, an audio file for listening is provided, along with a transcript for reading.

 

About the Audio Archive

4 Audio files are stored in MP3 format, which most systems can play back.
1 If you have any problems, consider downloading the latest version of Apple's Quicktime or Microsoft's Windows Media Player.
2 Most systems can stream these files in real-time; some users may need to download the entire clip before listening.
2 Credit for these images and recording is noted on their pages. Current sources include the LBJ Library and the Mary Ferrell Foundation's own recordings.

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