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The Mary Ferrell Foundation
Mary Ferrell Foundation Press Publishes Searing New Indictment of Kennedy Assassination Scientific Experts
Ipswich, MA - July 4, 2010 - In HEAR NO EVIL: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVISM & THE FORENSIC EVIDENCE IN THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION ($29.95; Softcover; 793 pages; Mary Ferrell Foundation Press), respected scientist Donald Byron Thomas demolishes the methodology and findings of the government's hand-picked "experts" who have investigated the Kennedy murder throughout the decades.
In 2001, Thomas published a peer-reviewed article which re-ignited the debate over the 1979 House Select Committee's finding that there had indeed been a shot from the infamous "Grassy Knoll" in Dealey Plaza, caught on a police dictabelt recording. The Washington Post said, "The House Assassinations Committee may well have been right after all."
In HEAR NO EVIL, Thomas explains the acoustics evidence in detail, placing it in the context of a thorough analysis of all the major scientific evidence in the Kennedy assassination. Revering no sacred cows, Thomas lays waste to myths promulgated by both Warren Commission adherents and conspiracy advocates, presenting a controversial new re-interpretation of the "single bullet theory."
HEAR NO EVIL: SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVISM & THE FORENSIC EVIDENCE IN THE KENNEDY ASSASSINATION is available from the Mary Ferrell Foundation website at http://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/MFF_Store and at Amazon.com. For more information, please visit the Mary Ferrell Foundation's HEAR NO EVIL resource page at http://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/Hear_No_Evil.
About The Mary Ferrell Foundation
The Mary Ferrell Foundation (MFF) is a non-profit 501(c)3 group engaged in an ongoing effort to bring accessible and interactive history to a new generation of critical thinkers. With a focus on the political assassinations of the 1960s, including those of John F. Kennedy, his brother Robert Kennedy, and civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., as well as the Watergate scandal and the intelligence agency investigations of the 1970s, the MFF's vast digital archive at http://www.maryferrell.org contains over 1.5 million searchable pages of documents, government reports, books, along with extensive multimedia, introductory material, and interactive resources.