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Malcolm Blunt
Malcolm Blunt is a British researcher known for his encyclopedic knowledge of the JFK records in the National Archives.

George Michael Evica
George Michael Evica is the author of And We Are All Mortal, published in 1978, and A Certain Arrogance, in 2006.

Ian Griggs
Ian Griggs, a retired British detective, is the author of No Case to Answer. He has also written many essays for the Dealey Plaza Echo and Kennedy Assassination Chronicles journals.

Larry Hancock
Larry Hancock is the author of Someone Would Have Talked, a book which challenges the notion embedded in its title. People have talked, and said some very interesting things.

William Law
William Law is the author of In the Eye of History, which explores the medical evidence through new witness interviews.

Jim Lesar
Jim Lesar is President of the Assassination Archives and Research Center, and is a leading Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) attorney.

Gerald McKnight
Gerald McKnight, professor emeritus of history at Hood College, is author of Breach of Trust: How the Warren Commission Failed the Nation and Why.

Colin McSween
Colin McSween served 12 years in the British Columbia Coroner's Service managing homicide crime scenes, and assisting in major crime autopsies - many being gunshot victims.

Jefferson Morley
Jefferson Morley, a writer for the Washington Post Online, has written about the case and is currently engaged in litigation with the CIA over release of records.

John Newman
John Newman, author of Oswald and the CIA and JFK and Vietnam, has focused on JFK's Vietnam policy and the CIA's files on Lee Harvey Oswald.

Clay Ogilvie
Clay Ogilvie has spent several years scanning and indexing the collection left behind by the late Harold Weisberg.

Peter Dale Scott
Peter Dale Scott is the author of Deep Politics and the Death of JFK and other books which explore Kennedy administration foreign policy and the context in which the Kennedy assassination occurred.

Zachary Sklar
Zachary Sklar was screenwriter for the film JFK and co-author of JFK: The Book of the Film, and is a passionate defender of New Orleans DA Jim Garrison.

Anthony Summers
Anthony Summers, a British journalist and author, wrote the classic work Conspiracy, which has been updated and retitled Not in Your Lifetime.

Josiah Thompson
Josiah Thompson, author of Six Seconds in Dallas, is an expert on the "magic bullet," the Zapruder film, and other primary evidence in the case.

Lamar Waldron
Lamar Waldron is co-author of Ultimate Sacrifice, a book which posits the theory that a secret Kennedy Cuban coup plan was infiltrated by the Mafia, who then killed JFK and forced a national security cover-up.

David Wrone
David Wrone, who has studied the JFK assassination for four decades, is the author of The Zapruder Film: Reframing JFK's Assassination.

About these Video Clips

Many of the video clips presented here are derived from interviews conducted by the Mary Ferrell Foundation. Other clips were derived with permission from the sources shown below.

Into Evidence
This 8 DVD set captures the complete three-day conference held at Duquesne University in 2003, on the 40th anniversary of President Kennedy's death. It features a host of forensic scientists and other experts including Dr. Cyril Wecht, Dr. Gary Aguilar, Dr. Michael Baden, Senator Arlen Specter, Josiah Thompson, Anthony Summers, Mark Lane, Robert Tanenbaum, John Newman, Joan Mellen, and many others.

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