Unredacted - Episode 4: Interview with Don Thomas
Welcome to our fourth episode of Unredacted, the interview show which attempts to strip away the blackouts of history and learn more about the truth of the Kennedy assassination.
Don Thomas revived the debate about the acoustics evidence in the Kennedy assassination with his 2001 paper in Science and Justice. Since then, he has done additional research, given talks, written essays, and countered critics of what many regard as scientific proof of multiple gunmen.
This interview provides an overview of the evidence and focuses on what it may tell us about the sequence of shots in Dealey Plaza. Accompanying the interview are a host of links and also video clips of a talk Don gave this summer in San Francisco at an AARC-hosted mini-conference.
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In future episodes, we will be talking with other authors and experts. Tune in to learn about new books, the latest findings, and interesting theories and perspectives.