Donald B. Thomas, Ph.D
July 4, 2010: Don Thomas' anticipated tour-de-force of the Kennedy assassination scientific evidence is now available for purchase in the MFF Store.
Hear No Evil: Social Constructivism and the Forensic Evidence in the Kennedy Assassination is a detailed walkthrough of the major scientific evidence in the JFK murder, presenting an analysis which builds toward a powerful presentation of the "acoustics evidence" for which he is well known. Along the way, Thomas delivers a withering critique of many of the government's hand-picked scientific experts, who failed the public trust by failing to follow the evidence.
Thomas' book marshalls the evidence for not 3, or 4, but 5 shots in Dealey Plaza, including one from the infamous "Grassy Knoll." But revering no sacred cows, Thomas demolishes myths promulgated by both Warren Commission adherents and conspiracy advocates, and presents a novel and compelling re-interpretation of the “single bullet theory.”
The Hear No Evil book resource page has more information on the book and its author, including an interview with Dr. Thomas recorded in 2006.
Josiah Thompson, author of the classic book Six Seconds in Dallas, says: In my opinion, Don Thomas has produced the best book on the Kennedy assassination published within the last thirty years. Unfailingly fair-minded, Thomas lays out with devastating clarity the way science has bent itself to support an unsupportable official truth.....His book sets the table for all future discussions of what happened in Dealey Plaza.
In 2001, scientist Donald B. Thomas published an article in Science and Justice which re-ignited the debate on the "acoustics evidence" in the Kennedy assassination. "Study Backs Theory of ‘Grassy Knoll’: New Report Says Second Gunman Fired at Kennedy” wrote the Washington Post. Thomas refuted those who had claimed to debunk the work of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, whose acoustic scientists had found that a shot indeed did come from the "grassy knoll."
Hear No Evil is available now.