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Ed Tatro

Edgar F. Tatro is one of today’s preeminent experts on President Kennedy’s Assassination. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English, a master’s degree in Urban Education and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Administration. He taught high school English for 38 years, specializing in science fiction, mystery and horror, satire and comedy, creative writing, media and propaganda, and the origin, history and poetry of rock music. He also taught college and adult education courses for 30 years, specializing in the JFK assassination, subliminal messages in advertising, the influence of rock music on drug abuse, backward messages in music, and plagiarism in music.

Tatro is the author of more than 30 mystery and horror short stories, literary essays and poems published in many magazines across the country, including many research articles pertaining to the JFK assassination conspiracy. His work has been acknowledged or footnoted in many JFK assassination books, including Reasonable Doubt by Henry Hurt, Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover by Anthony Summers, Destiny Betrayed by Jim DiEugenio, (Probe Magazine) by Jim DiEugenio and Lisa Pease, The Kennedy’s: Dynasty and Disaster by John H. Davis, Killing Kennedy by Harrison Livingstone, JFK; The Book of the Film by Oliver Stone and Zachary Sklar, Doug Weldon’s essay in Murder in Dealey Plaza, JFK and the Unspeakable by Jim Douglass, and David Ferrrie: Mafia Pilot by Judyth Vary Baker.

Tatro is the original editor of Texas in the Morning, the memoirs of LBJ’s mistress, Madeleine Duncan Brown, and editor of the Bugliosi chapter in Biting the Elephant by Dr. Rodger Remington. He contributed research to Senator Sam Ervin’s Watergate investigative Committee, the House Select Committee on Assassinations and the National Academy of Sciences (JFK acoustical analysis project). He attended Clay Shaw’s trial in New Orleans, in February 1969, and was given access to the court exhibits by Judge Edward Haggerty.

Tatro also served as a minor consultant to Oliver Stone’s film, JFK. He testified before the Assassination Records Review Board in March 1995, in Boston, Mass. He was responsible, via the ARRB, for the release of the unidentified print found on a box in the alleged sniper’s nest in the Texas School Book Depository, and, via the LBJ Library, for the release of the rough drafts of the rough draft of NSAM #273, which he shared with L. Fletcher Prouty, who shared them with Oliver Stone for post-JFK research.

Tatro was a consultant to Nigel Turner’s The Truth Shall Set You Free, and The Smoking Guns, parts six and seven of The Men Who Killed Kennedy series. He was a primary recruiter and participant in Turner’s The Guilty Men, part nine of the same series.

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Lisa Pease

Lisa Pease is a lifelong information activist and a researcher. When she discovered that the Los Angeles Police Department’s records of the Robert Kennedy assassination were available at her local library, she spent many lunch hours, nights and weekends pouring through the files on microfilm to research that bizarre case.

Pease was the co-editor and publisher of Probe Magazine (1995-2000). She is the co-editor with James DiEugenio of The Assassinations (2003), which covers the deaths of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy, and Malcolm X. She has been a featured speaker at several seminars in Dallas and Los Angeles.

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Richard Bartholomew

Richard Bartholomew, co-founder and director of the Center for Deep Political Research, explains why 55 years of revelations about the deep political forces who killed President Kennedy have failed to make a difference. He argues for a new methodology aimed at using the existing knowledge of those crimes against democracy to effectively stop the Deep State’s ability to continue its propaganda of official lies. Bartholomew’s education, training, and professional experience have been primarily in the visual arts ­— he is an editorial cartoonist.

Bartholomew’s historiography and criminal investigations of the JFK assassination were initially motivated by a civic duty to report a suspicious automobile fitting the description of a getaway car seen by several witnesses leaving Dealey Plaza in his hometown of Dallas. Bartholomew’s investigative work has been more in the tradition of a self-taught Sherlock Holmes than a professional Inspector Lestrade.

His research of the JFK assassination includes his discovery of a 1959 Rambler station wagon possibly used in the conspiracy; a study co-authored with Walter G. Graf involving a rifle clip that contaminates the ballistic evidence; a chronological reconstruction and placement of missing movements edited out of the Zapruder film; an in-depth interview of Erwin Schwartz, with author Noel Twyman, regarding Mr. Schwartz’s and Mr. Zapruder’s early chain of possession of Zapruder’s film; and work for author Barr McClellan resulting in Bartholomew’s monograph establishing the methods by which the FBI and the Warren Commission concealed and obfuscated latent fingerprints from the alleged sniper’s nest.

Bartholomew’s research has been presented at scholarly conferences and published in books and journals on the JFK assassination. In two decades, his findings have had no serious, negative criticism in a field rife with such. Bartholomew is the author of The Deep State in the Heart of Texas.

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Phillip Nelson

After years of researching Johnson and the JFK assassination, Phillip F. Nelson conclusively showed that LBJ had an active role in JFK’s assassination. His best-selling books LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination and LBJ: from “Mastermind” to Colossus describe the darkly obsessive mind of one of America’s most ambitious and calculating politicians.

A quote from page 77 of LBJ Mastermind will give you a glimpse of what Nelson knows: “There were extended relationships between many men at the lower levels of the hierarchy headed by Lyndon Johnson, the ultimate dispenser of political influence, and his closest associate, Bobby Baker. The next level in the ‘triangle of influence’ connected Baker, Clint Murchison, and James Hoffa directly to Carlos Marcello, the Mafia chieftain of New Orleans, as well as his longtime lobbyist Irving Davidson.”

Phillip, who spoke at the JFK Historical Group’s conference in 2014, has acquired more information since then that we are anxious to hear. He worked in the property-casualty insurance industry and as an independent business owner until he retired at the age of 58 and began his extensive research into the unsolved murder of our 35th president.

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Casey Quinlan

Casey Quinlan was born and raised in the greater Kansas City area and has been a high school American History and Government teacher for the past 40 years. He served in the U.S. Army with the 9th Infantry as a combat medical corpsman during the Vietnam War. He has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Social Studies and a Master’s Degree in American History from Emporia State University in Kansas. He is the director of Project JFK/CSI Dallas, a student-oriented educational experience designed for high school, college and adults exploring the murder of President Kennedy.

 Quinlan has been the featured lecturer at many universities throughout the Midwest, including the Alf Landon Lecture Series at Kansas State University; The William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas; The Student Lecture Series at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kan., and Student Activities at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kan. He has served as a historical lecturer, on a number of occasions, for the Kansas State Historical Society in Topeka, Kan., and Johnson County Community College.

In 1991, Quinlan was a guest historian for the A & E Network and the History Channel for Oliver Stone’s blockbuster movie,JFK. He was named Outstanding Educator in 1994, 2008, 2011 and 2014 by JFK Lancer, a national research organization. From 1995 to 2014, he was an adjunct instructor at Friends University in Wichita, Kan.; Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kan.; Mid America Nazarene University in Olathe, Kan., and Washburn University in Topeka, Kan.

In 2007, Quinlan presented Beyond the Fence Line: The Ed Hoffman Story at the National JFK Lancer Conference in Dallas, Texas. His first publication, Beyond the Fence Line: The Eyewitness Testimony of Ed Hoffman and the Murder of President Kennedy, continues to be a best seller.

Quinlan has been studying the murder of President Kennedy for more than 50 years and has read more than 1,260 books and publications about this National Tragedy. He has been a featured lecturer at the JFK Lancer National Conference since 2004. Mr. Quinlan received the JFK Lancer 2011 and 2012 “New Frontier Award” for continued efforts to write and inform students of the truth behind the murder of JFK.

His National lecture series entitled, “On The Right Side of History” include these electronic books: The Eyes of Texas, [part 1 & 2] (2011) unveils the people behind the murder of President Kennedy; Lee Oswald: The Great Coca Cola Caper, (2012) explains Lee Oswald’s location during the murder of President Kennedy; The Edge of Apocalypse, (2014)  Cold War, Cold Warriors, Cold Blooded Murder! explains who killed JFK and why; Guardians of the Republic, (2016) The Men and the Institutions who Murdered JFKGrave InJustice, (2017) Facilitating the Autopsy of President Kennedy and Institutionalizing its Cover-Up and Frontier Justice, (2018) U.S. Intelligence Instruments; The Executive Action Program and QJ/WIN Project.

 

 

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Brian Edwards

Brian Edwards has been researching the JFK assassination for over 40 years and has accumulated and read over 300 books on the case. He has interviewed over 50 of the Dealey Plaza witnesses; Dallas police officers and detectives who were directly involved in the investigation of President Kennedy’s assassination and the murder of Officer Tippit. In addition, he has interviewed 10 of the doctors and medical personnel who were inside Trauma Room 1 at Parkland Hospital. He has also interviewed many of the navy corpsmen who were on duty at Bethesda Naval Medical Center on November 22, 1963.

In 1993, Edwards was granted a two-day interview with Marina Oswald-Porter at her home in Rockwall, Texas.

He has given hundreds of presentations on the assassination throughout the United States and since 2001 has been a regular presenter at the JFK Lancer Conference in Dallas. On November 17, 2017, Edwards was called to testify as an expert witness in the State of Texas vs. Lee Harvey Oswald mock trial at the South Texas College of Law in Houston.

Edwards holds a master’s degree in criminal justice from Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., and from 1994 to 2001, served as an adjunct instructor with the criminal justice department.

From 1978 to 2001, he served as a police officer with the Lawrence, Kan. Police Department and was assigned to the department’s crime scene search team as senior crime scene photographer. In addition, he was an instructor in the police academy, firearms instructor, field training officer, and one of the department’s self-defense instructors. From 1988 to 2001, Edwards served on the department’s counter-assault team.

His original research on the Zapruder film has been cited in several books: Assassination Science (1998); Murder in Dealey Plaza (2000);The Zapruder Film (2003) and The Hoax of the Century (2004).

Edwards was a frequent contributor to many JFK assassination-related publications, including Dealey Plaza Echo, The Fourth Decade and The JFK Chronicles. He served as an editor for Sherry Fiester’s book, Enemy of the Truth (2012)

Edwards is the co-author of Beyond the Fence Line: The Eyewitness Account of Ed Hoffman and the Murder of President Kennedy (2008) and is currently working on new book entitled, Lancer is Down: A Tactical Analysis of the Dealey Plaza Shooting.

 

 

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David Knight

David Knight is an academic researcher and lecturer on the murder of President John F. Kennedy since 1989. His is directly affiliated with noted author and teacher Casey J. Quinlan. Quinlan was Knight’s American History and Government teacher in the Olathe District School system in Kansas City. His history classes covered the Cold War and the Assassination of President Kennedy and opened Knight’s eyes to search for the truth in American History.

Knight has been studying the Assassination of JFK for over 30 years. He has read more than 400 books; traveled to the scene of the crime over 20 times; has interviewed hundreds of key people and eyewitnesses involved with and around the JFK research community including fellow researchers. He has produced nine documentary films with Project JFK / CSI Dallas. He has produced two documentary films with author William Matson Law entitled “The Gathering” for his book “In the Eye of History” along with a DVD and Blue Ray version of the director’s cut. He is a member of JFK Lancer and has been its audio visual technician and the producer of Lancer’s National and International Conference, November in Dallas (NID) since 2009. He has received numerous awards for his videography and film editing. Knight is in the process of writing a book on the Murder of President Kennedy and is lecturing on key factors concerning conspiracy and cover-up.

Knight believes that current research needs to return to the beginning of the assassination of President Kennedy and apply the “newly released documents” into this equation with new technology and a fresh set of eyes.  His current presentation is entitled; “A New Theory, A New Weapon.”  It will concentrate on JFK’s frontal shots including the ‘throat shot.’ He presents a new theory on the type of weapon used, shooter location, ballistics information, and shooter trajectories. His program was introduced in a lecture series in the Greater Kansas City area and at the Lancer National Convention in Dallas, Texas. His academic research is highly accepted in the JFK Research Community.

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Stan Weeber

Stan Weeber (Ph.D., University of North Texas, 2000) is Professor of Sociology at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, La.

His interests in sociology include assassination, political violence, and global extremism. With respect to the John F. Kennedy assassination, he has been primarily interested in understudied right-wing suspects in Texas and New York.

He has authored several books, including Political Crime in the United States (1978), Militias in the New Millennium (2004) and The Denton Connection (2019).

His sociological work has appeared in Fourth Decade, Backchannels, The American Sociologist, The Sociological Quarterly, the Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, International Review of Modern Sociology, the Journal of Public and Professional Sociology, and the Political Science and International Relations Review.

Dr. Weeber has won awards for his work, including the David Malone Award (Federation of North Texas Area Universities, 1998); the Kenneth Spencer Research Fellowship (University of Kansas, 2004) and the President’s Award for Outstanding Scholarship (McNeese State University, 2011).

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Mal hyman

Mal Hyman is the author of Burying the Lead: The Media and the Assassination of President Kennedy, TrineDay Books, 2019. He has served as an associate professor of sociology at Coker College in Hartsville, S.C. since 1987 and is currently the Coordinator of the Political Science Program. His past presentations have included Media and the Assassination of President Kennedy and Media Coverage of the Assassination of JFK.

Hyman holds a bachelor’s of arts degree in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles and a master’s of arts degree from the University of California, Riverside. He has an ABD from the University of South Carolina in Government and International Relations.

A distinguished educator, Hyman received the South Carolina Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1993. He was named Coker College’s Master Professor of the Year in 1992, 1999 and 2012. In 2004, Hyman received a Fulbright Scholarship to study in South Korea.

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Shane O’Sullivan

Shane O'Sullivan is an Irish author and filmmaker based in London. His work includes the acclaimed documentaries RFK Must Die, Children of the Revolution and Killing Oswald, and the books Who Killed Bobby? and Dirty Tricks: Nixon, Watergate and the CIA

He holds a Ph.D. in Film from Roehampton University and is a Senior Lecturer in Filmmaking at Kingston School of Art in London. He blogs about his books at whokilledbobby.net and nixondirtytricks.com

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Chris Fulton

Christopher Fulton was born in 1965 in Northern Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C., into a family with rich military history. His roots trace back to William Vaughn Jr. who fought with distinction in the Revolutionary War, and later, General John C. Vaughn who fought in the Civil War.

Although Fulton was on his way to being accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, he chose a different life path in commercial construction. Fulton's discipline and diligence took him to the top of the high-rise construction industry in Vancouver, British Columbia. Many of that city’s finest skyscrapers are monuments to his work.

At age 33, at the height of his success, he was arrested. He spent years in federal prison for his possession of material evidence in JFK’s assassination. He currently resides in California and spends much of his time with rescue dogs. He and his wife, Michelle, have two children.

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Larry Rivera

Larry Rivera is Chairman of the Oswald Innocence Campaign. He was born in Alaska, the son of a career military man who served as a CID officer in the Army. He was in Germany on November 22, 1963, age 6, and will never forget his father’s reaction upon hearing of JFK’s assassination. Rivera has made a lifelong study of the JFK assassination, making his first trip to Dealey Plaza in 1991. He attended the ASK Symposium in 1993 for the 30th anniversary.

He has given interviews about the assassination to Spanish media. Rivera has published many articles on the assassination and has many YouTube videos covering his research. He has given presentations for the OIC and Dr. James Fetzer’s Santa Barbara JFK Conference 2013, on the 50th observance of the assassination, covering the topic of Buell Wesley Frazier; at TrineDay’s and Judyth Vary Baker’s JFK conference 2014 in Arlington, Texas on the DPD Motorcycle Officers; and for Judyth Vary Baker’s JFK assassination conferences 2016 and 2017 on Doorway Man and Dealey Plaza.

Rivera has a degree in computer networking and is an expert at computer imaging technology and facial recognition, using state of the art digital overlays. Currently, he helps host the Internet radio show The New JFK Show with Gary King and Jim Fetzer, conducting interviews and discussing new information on the JFK assassination. He is translating Judyth Vary Baker’s book, Me and Lee into Spanish, Lee y Yo, and also has published his own book, The JFK Horsemen: Framing Lee, Altering the Altgens6 and Resolving Other Mysteries, which covers multiple aspects of the assassination.

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John Barbour

A broken-family Canadian school dropout at 15, and a U.S. deportee, John Barbour is the only performer in TV to win Emmys for both entertainment and news shows. He is known as the “Godfather of Reality TV,” for creating and co-hosting NBC’s trend-setting No. 1 hit, Real People, which aired from 1979 to 1984.

Prior to that, Barbour was a successful comic, opening in Las Vegas for Bobby Darin and Robert Goulet. Barbour frequently appeared on Dean Martin’s Variety Show and on The Tonight Show with Frank Sinatra, for whom Barbour served as a private writer for four years. During his career, Barbour released two comedy albums, It’s Tough To Be White, with liner notes by Dick Gregory and I Met a Man I Didn’t Like, with liner notes by Neil Simon.

Barbour was the first on TV News to review movies — five years as Critic-At-Large at KNBC, Los Angeles, and 10 years as the acerbic oft-quoted critic for Los Angeles Magazine. He was the original host of AM, LA, where he gave a platform to Mohammed Ali and Caesar Chavez, winning his first of five Emmy's.

Chosen by Ernie Kovac's widow, Edie Adams, to write, direct, and narrate the much heralded documentary: Ernie Kovacs: TV's Original Genius, New Orleans’ District Attorney Jim Garrison also wanted Barbour to be the one to tell his story. The Garrison Tapes won the San Sebastian Film Festival Award in 1992. Barbour’s recently released sequel, The American Media & The Second Assassination Of President John F. Kennedy, is regarded as the absolute definitive film on JFK and the birth and purpose of Fake News.

Borbour is married to singer-dancer Sarita, and is the father of Christopher Barbour, co-executive producer of Criminal Minds.

His social media sites include youtube/johnbarboursworld.com and film www.jfk-media-assassination.com.

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Damon Ise

Damon Ise’s aviation interests and career have spanned more than 40 years. After earning his private pilot’s rating in July of 1977, Ise went on to receive the ratings of commercial pilot, instrument pilot, and flight instructor. Southern New England based, many of his training flights were flown to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket under both visual and instrument flight conditions.

He worked for the State of Rhode Island as an airport attendant and traffic advisor at North Central State Airport. He was a founding Father of the Quonset Air Museum and served as the organization’s president for several years.

In 1994, Ise led the salvage team who recovered A U.S. Navy F6F Hellcat off the waters of Martha’s Vineyard.

As a local aviation professional, Ise was solicited by the Providence journal shortly after the terrible death of John Kennedy Jr., his wife, Carolyn, and her sister, Lauren.

Having no reason to doubt the official story, Ise lent a “boiler plate” opinion of the circumstances surrounding the so- called accident. Just casual remarks with no real research. Opinion without study of the facts.

Twelve years later, while digging through a closet, Ise found the faded yellow Sunday edition of The Providence Journal. He re-read the quotes which had made the front page.

Ise began his research after questioning the accuracy of the original “Official Story” regarding John’s death. He is still uncovering the roots of deception, fed to the public regarding the demise of a skilled pilot and truly dynamic and charismatic individual, John Kennedy Jr.

John did not die by accident.

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Kris Milligan

Kris Millegan is a writer, researcher and publisher whose father was in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), Military Intelligence (G2), and later was in the CIA, rising to Branch Chief, Head of Intelligence Analysis for East Asia. His father told Millegan some things that he didn’t understand in the late ’60s. These revelations led to over 30 years of research into the subjects of CIA-drugs, clandestine operations, conspiracy theory and secret societies.

Millegan’s publishing house TrineDay brought Antony Sutton’s underground classic, America’s Secret Establishment An Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones to a wider audience, and published the book, Expendable Elite, by Lt. Col. Dan Marvin, a tale of a special forces commander and his tangles with the CIA. TrineDay’s release Fleshing Out Skull & Bones is being called encyclopedic and the bedrock of books on Skull & Bones. TrineDay also has the book Ambushed Secrets of the Bush Family, the Stolen Presidency, 9-11 and 2004, and many more titles.

Millegan produced two CIA-Drugs Symposium’s in 2000 that brought together the top researchers, whistleblowers, authors and academicians in the field with many new revelations and understandings developing from the conclaves. He is also a singer/songwriter with several songs in the National Lampoon release, Last Resort. Millegan lives in a rural community outside Eugene, Oregon.

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Jeff Worcester

Jeff Worcester is co-founder and president of the center for Deep Political Research (CDPR). He is a veteran political, nonprofit and public relations professional. Over the course of the last decade, he has led electoral and issue-based campaigns on behalf of worthy candidates and causes across the country. Previously, he served for 10 years with distinction in the public safety sector.

Worcester and his team have set out to establish a nonpartisan think tank that will ultimately serve as the premier venue for journalists, and citizen researchers alike, dedicated to the dissemination of existing and new research in counter-measure to official versions of Deep State-orchestrated events. Prior to 2016, he had largely been investigating these “deep events” on his own time, while his days were ironically spent working for some of the very elected officials whose Constitutional authority had been subverted by the U.S. military and intelligence complex for well over a half century.

In an April 2017 Conspirinormal podcast interview, Worcester became the first known, most established member of either major political party to talk intelligibly about the existence of the genuine Deep State. After the taping, Worcester concluded that his on-the-record comments on these subjects were likely to cost him his career in professional politics. However, Worcester plans to continue to talk about the cabals, cliques, and machinations of the Deep State, regardless of the negative impact that doing so could have on his political career.

Since taking on a more public role with CDPR, Worcester has appeared on the Midnight Writer News Show, The Covert Report and Whistleblower Heroes. He is currently working on his first book in the deep political realm, Analyzing Agents: Propagandists, Provocateurs and Purveyors of Truth in the JFK Assassination Case.

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Randy Benson

Randolph Benson is the director, producer and editor, of The Searchers.

His work has garnered numerous awards, most notably an Academy Award for Best Student Documentary at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Academy Awards. Benson received an Eastman Kodak Excellence in Filmmaking Award at the Cannes Film Festival and a First Appearance Award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.

He has been an instructor of film and video at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University for over a decade, and he serves on Award Juries at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, N.C., and the Let’s All Be Free Film Festival in London, U.K.

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Judyth baker

Judyth Vary Baker is an artist, writer, poet and futurist with degrees in Medical/Cultural Anthropology, Communications, English and Linguistics. She is the author of Me & Lee: How I came to know, love and lose Lee Harvey Oswald, an underground best seller. Her book, David Ferrie, Mafia Pilot (TrineDay 2014), was the first definitive full-length biography of the enigmatic man called “the key to the Kennedy assassination.” Her third book, Letters to the Cyborgs (TrineDay 2016) is a collection of science fiction short stories using both terror and humor to expose a world plagued by unethical and frightening inventions that exist today.

“Both Lee and I were fascinated by the world of science fiction,” Baker explains. “We both wanted to write science fiction.” The only such story ever written by Lee Harvey Oswald (“Her Way”) is included in Letters, as well as a section about the FBI’s investigation of Lee’s readings and writings.

Baker’s fourth book, Kennedy & Oswald: The Big Picture, co-written with Edward Schwartz, was released in 2016. “It’s everything you’ll ever need to know about how – and why – the Kennedy assassination and Oswald’s murder is the key to today’s newspaper headlines,” she says.

Baker invented a modified method to obtain magnesium from seawater when 16, induced lung cancer in germ-free mice in only seven days when 17  — a feat that had not been accomplished, at the time, in the nation’s top laboratories — and created a cancer-detection blood test in college when 18. After nearly two years of specialized training, Baker, promised early entry into Tulane Medical School after a summer internship in New Orleans with the renowned Dr. Mary Sherman, found herself in a project to kill Fidel Castro with lung cancer involving persons such as Lee Harvey Oswald and “Dr.” David Ferrie.

Author Edward T. Haslam discovered Baker was the last living witness who could verify particulars of his own decades-long, extensive research into the connections between Sherman’s brutal, unsolved murder on July 21, 1964, the day the Warren Commission came to New Orleans to obtain testimonies on Dr. Alton Ochsner, Lee Oswald, contaminated polio vaccines, David Ferrie, cancer epidemics and the Kennedy assassination.

Baker, who had an affair with Oswald, is determined to clear his name. She founded the JFK Assassination Conference, now in its fourth year. In 2016, the second annual Oswald Conference was held in New Orleans, assisted by Baker’s “politically incorrect annual birthday parties in Lee’s honor” there. Baker also sponsors the JFK Memorial Ceremony at the Grassy Knoll on November 22. To be a part of these efforts or to donate (it’s all non-profit) contact “Judyth Baker” on Facebook, or contact TrineDay Publishers or http://www.judythbaker.blogspot.com.

 

 

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David Denton

David Denton has been a history professor at Olney Central College in Illinois since 1990. He has given numerous presentations across Illinois and Indiana at both public libraries and forums. He participated in the Illinois Humanities Council speakers’ bureau from 1995 to 2002, giving presentations on the Vietnam War, Lee Harvey Oswald and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Denton directed an oral history project exploring the Vietnam War, 25 years later. The work, funded through the Illinois Humanities Council, features interviews with 125 veterans from Illinois and across the nation. The resulting 600-page document was distributed to local libraries.

Denton also produced the video documentary, Victory on the Homefront: Remembrances of Lawrence and Richland Counties During World War II. The IHC-funded project includes interviews with Lawrence and Richland County residents, detailing the activities, sacrifices and patriotism they experienced while living on the homefront.

Denton became interested in the JFK assassination in the late 1980s and for the last decade has attended historical symposiums on the subject in Dallas, Texas. He has interviewed several people associated with the case and has researched hundreds of documents related to both Kennedy and Oswald. In 2001, he began teaching a course on political assassinations of the 1960s, which explores the deaths of President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr.

Denton holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Eastern Illinois University. He was the 1999 recipient of the OCC Alumnus Award.

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Victoria Hawes-Sulzer

Victoria Hawes-Sulzer is a “witness” regarding meeting Lee Harvey Oswald at Dr. Mary Sherman’s apartment building – and much more. Hawes-Sulzer is one of several witnesses never interviewed by the FBI who are now helping to verify Lee Oswald’s true activities and his innocence, as well as helping to support what Judyth Baker has also revealed about Oswald, his association with Dr. Sherman, and his true activities in New Orleans.

Hawes-Sulzer is considered a JFK and Dr. Mary Sherman murder “witness” due to the number of people involved known by Hawes-Sulzer including Lee Harvey Oswald; the Honorable Judge Alvin Oser; and New Orleans Forensic Pathologist Dr. Frank Minyard, “Dr. Jazz.” She was a colleague and trusted friend of Stephen Tyler, the acclaimed producer and director of the Garrison Documentary, He Must Have Something; and was a Patio Apartment neighbor of both Juan Valdez and Dr. Mary Sherman prior to her death, which is still classified as an unsolved murder.

Hawes-Sulzer, mother of six children and a self-taught artist, has been in the educational field for almost 50 years, serving not only as a classroom teacher, but as an assistant academic advisor at Tulane University, board member of Newcomb Nursery School, and The Bright School for the Hearing Impaired. She is founding President of the Student Senate of Continuing Education Students at Tulane University, founding President of the United States Association of Evening Students, as well as advisor to the President of Student and Alumni Affairs, and a Dean’s appointed Student grievance advocate at Tulane.

After retiring from St. Paul’s Episcopal School in New Orleans, La., Hawes-Sulzer joined the staff at Annunciation Catholic School in Bogalusa, La, where she is currently teaching and has taught art for the past 15 years.

Hawes-Sulzer earned her bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences in 1989. In 1991, she received a post graduate certification for Grades k-8 from Tulane University, New Orleans, La.

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William Law

William Matson Law was born in Oregon. His interest in the assassination of John F. Kennedy began in 1975 when he first saw the Zapruder Film on television. Another important factor was reading Best Evidence by David Lifton.

Law began researching the assassination and his work appeared in November Patriots by Constance Kritzberg and Larry Hancock, JFK The Medical Evidence by Vincent Palamara and Murder in Dealey Plaza edited by James Fetzer.

Law has written for The Kennedy Assassination Chronicles and the Dealey Plaza Echo. His book, In the Eye of History: Bethesda Hospital Medical Evidence in the JFK Assassination (2005) includes interviews with Dennis D. David, Paul K. O'Connor, Jerrol F. Custer, James W. Sibert, Francis X. O'Neill, Harold A. Rydberg and Saundra K. Spencer.