JFK MultiMedia Page

 


Witnesses To History

JFKbrownMMadeleine Brown –  Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson’s longtime Mistress. Night before assassination there was a meeting at home of  Oil Tycoon Clint Murchison attended by Edgar J. Hoover, Lyndon Johnson,  Richard Nixon, and several Big players in the Oil Business. At this Meeting Lyndon Johnson made some rather incriminating remarks about his role in the assassination or knowledge of. A month later Madeleine confronted Johnson and revealed some stunning information. Listen to her accounts.

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADouglas Caddy – Watergate Burglar Attorney and Washington Insider

DARK JOURNALIST- CIA Insider Douglas Caddy

 

 

 

JFKharrelsonHarrelson, Charles- Alleged JFK Shooter and father of actor Woody Harrelson. Some claim he is one of the tramps in the famous photo taken after the assassination of JFK of 3 men being escorted by police very casually.

 

JFKhuntP2Hunt, E. Howard – Known CIA agent. Liaison between CIA and Confidential Agents and worked as middle man and Chief of various Programs and operations. Indicted for running “The Plumbers” which was a group of burglars during the Nixon Administration that broke into Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsburg’s Psychiatrist to try and get damning evidence. Most famous of course is their break in at Democratic National Election Headquarters at  Watergate Hotel Complex  in Washington D.C. that eventually led to President Nixon’s Resignation. It has long been suspected he played a role in JFK assassination and is one of the tramps tramps in the famous photo taken after the assassination of JFK of 3 men being escorted by police very casually.  Another hardly ever mentioned fact is that he actually lost a law suit which was only Jury Trial that found the CIA guilty of the assassination of JFK in Hunt vs. Liberty Lobby. (Mark Lane was Liberty Lobby’s Lawyer)

 

 

Mark LaneMark Lane: Lawyer for Lee Harvey Oswald (Post-Mortem) and The Person who Wrote First Book questioning the Warren Commission

 

 

Sorenson, ted pic12.jpgTed Sorenson: Speechwriter and Closest Aide to President Kennedy. He wrote the JFK letter to Nikita Krushcev that quite possibly saved the world from nuclear destruction.

Robert Vinson– Former Air Force commander who claims to have been on CIA that carried Lee Harvey Oswald and another man out of Dallas on day Kennedy was shot. He claims afterwards he was given several promotions that culminated in him working at high level installations.

 


 

Secret Service Agents

Note: The Following Interview with several Secret Service Agents is taken in concert with the sixth floor museum who still maintains and supports the Warren Commssion Report. It may be no coincidence that all are interviewed together so that no one contradicts the other. Just a thought.

JFKbolden5Special Agent : Abraham Bolden – He was first African-American Secret Service Agent and handpicked personally by Jack Kennedy. His story is sad and shows what lengths the perpetrators would go to, to keep the truth hidden.

 

Clinton J. HillSpecial Agent – Clint Hill–  Detail of First Lady Jackie Kennedy. He is the Secret Service agent seen running to Presidential Limousine to protect the first lady.


Parkland Doctors and Staff

Dr. Robert McClelland.jpgDr. Robert McClelland– was one of the Surgeons present in Emergency Room when President Kennedy was brought in. His story doesn’t fit the conclusion of the Warren Commission.

Crenshaw, Dr. Charles.jpgDr. Charles Crenshaw- Doctor at Parkland Hospital who was present to work on both Oswald and Kennedy. He always maintained that Kennedy had a throat ENTRANCE wound and the BACK OF HIS HEAD WAS GONE BOTH IMPLYING FRONTAL SHOTS, WHICH WOULD IMPLY MORE THAN ONE SHOOTER.


 

Assassination Witnesses

Vicki AdamsAdams, Vicki- Texas School Book Depository Witness who was on the Fourth Floor watching the motorcade with coworkers Sandra Styles, Elsie Dorman, and Dorothy May Garner. She told the FBI she thought the shots came from below and to the right, from the direction of the grassy knoll. After the shooting, she saw a man who looked “very similar” to Ruby whom she later saw on TV but did not know-questioning people at the corner of Houston and Elm as if he were a policeman.

Lee BowersBowers, Lee  Lee Bowers claims to have been in the Parking Lot behind the Grassy Knoll Fence and Saw a Man with a rifle along with another man. Bowers was ignored but sadly he joined a long list of individuals connected to the the JFK assassination who died in odd ways and mathematically impossibly regularity. He was killed in a car accident.

 

Frazier, Wesley Buell.jpgFrazier, Buell Wesley- He was a coworker of Lee H. Oswald and often drove Lee H. Oswald to work including the day of the assassination. It should be noted the following interview is conducted by someone affiliated with the sixth floor museum who still maintains the complete support of a 100% correct Warren Commission Report.

 

JFKhill4.jpgHill, Jean-Hill and her friend, Mary Moorman, who was taking Polaroid pictures of the motorcade, were only a few feet away from PresidentJohn F. Kennedy when he was shot. Hill and Moorman thought the shots had come from behind her on the grassy knoll and as soon as the firing stopped they ran towards the wooden fence in an attempt to find the gunman. Hill claims that they were detained by two secret service men. After searching the two women they confiscated the picture of the assassination. Hill spoke with Shirley Martin, an investigator helping  Hill told Martin that she was very scared as another witness, Warren Reynolds, had been shot in the head by an unknown assailant, the night before: “Mrs Hill told me that she and Miss Moorman had received many threatening phone calls urging them to keep quiet and when they reported these to the Dallas police, they received an official brush-off. Mrs. Hill said Miss Moorman would not talk to me as she was much more frightened and upset over the whole thing than Mrs. Hill was.”

  • Part 1- Maury Povich Show Interview Jean Hill Eyewitness
  • Part 2- Maury Povich Show Interview Jean Hill Eyewitness
  • Part 3- Maury Povich Show Interview Jean Hill Eyewitness
  • RADIO INTERVIEWS- MARY MOORMAN & JEAN HILL NOV. 22, 1963

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Moorman, Mary– Standing with her friend Jean Hill she captured one of the most famous photos of the day, taken at moment JFK was fatally wounded. In the photo it is claimed you can see someone firing a weapon from behind fence on the grassy knoll

 

Newman, Bill and Gayle – They were together with their children, and were standing on grassy knoll between the fence and the president. They claimed the shots went right over their heads coming from the grassy knoll

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James-Tague1James Tague-  Standing on South side of Grassy knoll he witnessed the Assassination. He was struck by a bullet or debris and because of his story the Warren Commission had to create the “Magic Bullet Theory” to establish how 4 bullets created over 10 wounds.

 


Suspicious Deaths of JFK Assassination Witnesses

 

Dallas Officials and Law Enforcement

 

Lee Harvey Oswald

 

Jack Ruby

 

NEW ORLEANS

Baker, Judyth Vary – Alleged former girlfriend of Lee Harvey Oswald while he was in New Orleans in summer of 1963. She is a former Cancer Studying High School Prodigy who upon graduating high school was recruited by CIA to work under Dr. Mary Sherman and Dr. Alton Oschner at Tulane University in New Orleans to develop a cancer virus to assassinate Fidel Castro during Operation Mongoose. Upon there she met Lee H. Oswald because he was also working in the operation, and presumably was supposed to help orchestrate the delivery to Cuba. She also claims she became good friends with David Ferrie. After the assassination she was forced to leave to go into hiding, and everyone involved in the project was dead within just a matter of years. A great book to read on this story is Dr. Mary’s Monkey by Ed Haslem and Me & Lee by Judyth  Vary Baker.

Her authenticity has been questioned, 60 minutes conducted their own research and vetted her for over a year, and was the most costly investigation they ever conducted. And when she was in the chair about to do the interview, the 60 minutes crew was told not to do the interview and that the story was being stone walled.  Skeptics claim this proves her story is false. I lean more towards her story could be true, because if her story was false they would have discovered this within the year of investigation and would never have gotten to the point of a sit-down televised interview And chances of finding out the story was false at that moment seems preposterous.

  • Judyth Vary Baker on Ferrie, Mary, Vary and Lee.flv
  • Judyth transitions from Gainesville to New Orleans Part 1 .flv
  • Judyth Vary Baker & Lee H. Oswald in New Orleans Part 2.flv
  • Judyth Vary Baker & Lee H. Oswald in New Orleans Part 3.flv
  • Judyth Vary Baker,David Ferrie,& Dr. Mary Sherman Part 4.fl
  • Judyth Vary Baker talks about HARVEY LEE Part 5 .flv
  • Judyth Vary Baker- Cancun Kankun Contretemps Part 6 .flv
  • Justice for Lee Harvey Oswald.flv
  • DTRH- Judyth Baker on JFK’s 50th, Cancer, David Ferrie
  • DTRH- Judyth Vary Baker – 5HR Interview.mp3
  • Judyth Vary Baker on Ferrie, Mary, Vary and Lee.flv
  • DTRH- Judyth Vary Baker & Vince Palamera on the JFK Assassination
  • DTRH-Judyth Vary Baker – Cancer As A Bio-Weapon & Finding A Cure
  • DTRH- Ed Haslam author of Dr. Mary’s Monkey (Full Length).mp3
  • Lew Rockwell- Lee Harvey Oswald and Me – Judyth Vary Baker

 

Jim Garrison and Trial of Clay Shaw

 

Lee Harvey Oswald

 

Clay Shaw aka Clay Bertrand

Dean Andrews


Radio and Podcasts with Researchers and Experts

  • BLACK OP RADIO LINK Political Assassinations Podcast with interviews of All the still living people involved(Sister Sight Link with More Available Shows than Official Site)
  • Official Website Link

 

Why JFK Was Killed

 

Cuban Missile Crisis and Cold War

Assassination Witnesses

 

Suspicious Deaths of JFK Assassination Witnesses

 

 

The Assassination Plot

 

How the Assassination Was Achieved

 

SECRET SERVICE

 

OFFICER J.D. TIPPITT

 

LBJ and Big Money Texas Behind Assassination

 

Lee Harvey Oswald

 

Jack Ruby

 

Forensics and Autopsy

Cover-up

 

WARREN COMMISSION TESTIMONY

 

HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON ASSASSINATIONS

 

 


 

New Orleans Plot

New Orleans Plot to Castro, Cancer Causing Virus, and JFK

 

Jim Garrison and Clay Shaw Trial

 

JFK Assassination Series

 

Coast to Coast AM: JFK Specials

 

Dialogue Assassination- Mae Brussell

 

Project Censured

 

THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY (AUDIO)

 

Dialogue Assassination- Mae Brussell

The Conspiracy Show With Richard Syrett

 

Miscellaneous Programs

 



Videos and Documentaries

 

The Men Who Killed Kennedy (Video)

THE SHOW THAT WAS BANNED, PARTICULARY EPISODES 8 AND 9 WERE NOT AIRED DUE TO THE EXPLOSIVE FACTS AND THE STORY THEY TOLD.

 

Other Political Assassinations

 

Programs & Files with Ties To Subject

 

JFK Books and Literature

 

The Third Decade: JFK Assassination Publication

1.The Third Decade, Volume 1, Issue 1
2.The Third Decade, Volume 1, Issue 2
3.The Third Decade, Volume 1, Issue 3
4.The Third Decade, Volume 1, Issue 4
5.The Third Decade, Volume 1, Issue 5
6.The Third Decade, Volume 1, Issue 6
7.The Third Decade, Volume 2, Issue 1
8.The Third Decade, Volume 2, Issue 2
9.The Third Decade, Volume 2, Issue 3
10.The Third Decade, Volume 2, Issue 4
11.The Third Decade, Volume 2, Issue 5
12.The Third Decade, Volume 2, Issue 6
13.The Third Decade, Volume 3, Issue 1
14.The Third Decade, Volume 3, Issue 2
15.The Third Decade, Volume 3, Issue 3
16.The Third Decade, Volume 3, Issue 4
17.The Third Decade, Volume 3, Issue 5
18.The Third Decade, Volume 3, Issue 6
19.The Third Decade, Volume 4, Issue 1
20.The Third Decade, Volume 4, Issue 2
21.The Third Decade, Volume 4, Issue 3
22.The Third Decade, Volume 4, Issue 4
23.The Third Decade, Volume 4, Issue 5
24.The Third Decade, Volume 4, Issue 6
25.The Third Decade, Volume 5, Issue 1
26.The Third Decade, Volume 5, Issue 2
27.The Third Decade, Volume 5, Issue 3
28.The Third Decade, Volume 5, Issue 4
29.The Third Decade, Volume 5, Issue 5
30.The Third Decade, Volume 5, Issue 6
31.The Third Decade, Volume 6, Issue 1
32.The Third Decade, Volume 6, Issue 2
33.The Third Decade, Volume 6, Issue 3
34.The Third Decade, Volume 6, Issue 4
35.The Third Decade, Volume 6, Issue 5
36.The Third Decade, Volume 6, Issue 6
37.The Third Decade, Volume 7, Issue 1
38.The Third Decade, Volume 7, Issue 2
39.The Third Decade, Volume 7, Issue 3
40.The Third Decade, Volume 7, Issue 4
41.The Third Decade, Volume 7, Issue 5
42.The Third Decade, Volume 7, Issue 6
43.The Third Decade, Volume 8, Issue 1
44.The Third Decade, Volume 8, Issue 2,3
45.The Third Decade, Volume 8, Issue 4
46.The Third Decade, Volume 8, Issue 5
47.The Third Decade, Volume 8, Issue 6
48.The Third Decade, Volume 9, Issue 1
49.The Third Decade, Volume 9, Issue 2
50.The Third Decade, Volume 9, Issue 3
51.The Third Decade, Volume 9, Issue 4
52.The Third Decade, Volume 9, Issue 5
53.The Third Decade, Volume 9, Issue 6

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The Fourth Decade: JFK Assassination Publication

1.The Fourth Decade, Volume 1, Issue 1
2.The Fourth Decade, Volume 1, Issue 2
3.The Fourth Decade, Volume 1, Issue 3
4.The Fourth Decade, Volume 1, Issue 4
5.The Fourth Decade, Volume 1, Issue 5
6.The Fourth Decade, Volume 1, Issue 6
7.The Fourth Decade, Volume 2, Issue 1
8.The Fourth Decade, Volume 2, Issue 2
9.The Fourth Decade, Volume 2, Issue 3
10.The Fourth Decade, Volume 2, Issue 4
11.The Fourth Decade, Volume 2, Issue 5
12.The Fourth Decade, Volume 2, Issue 6
13.The Fourth Decade, Volume 3, Issue 1
14.The Fourth Decade, Volume 3, Issue 2
15.The Fourth Decade, Volume 3, Issue 3
16.The Fourth Decade, Volume 3, Issue 4
17.The Fourth Decade, Volume 3, Issue 5
18.The Fourth Decade, Volume 3, Issue 6
19.The Fourth Decade, Volume 4, Issue 1
20.The Fourth Decade, Volume 4, Issue 2
21.The Fourth Decade, Volume 4, Issue 3
22.The Fourth Decade, Volume 4, Issue 4
23.The Fourth Decade, Volume 4, Issue 5
24.The Fourth Decade, Volume 4, Issue 6
25.The Fourth Decade, Volume 5, Issue 1
26.The Fourth Decade, Volume 5, Issue 2
27.The Fourth Decade, Volume 5, Issue 3
28.The Fourth Decade, Volume 5, Issue 4
 29.The Fourth Decade, Volume 5, Issue 5
30.The Fourth Decade, Volume 5, Issue 6
31.The Fourth Decade, Volume 6, Issue 1
32.The Fourth Decade, Volume 6, Issue 2
33.The Fourth Decade, Volume 6, Issue 3
34.The Fourth Decade, Volume 6, Issue 4
35.The Fourth Decade, Volume 6, Issue 5
36.The Fourth Decade, Volume 6, Issue 6
37.The Fourth Decade, Volume 7, Issue 1
38.The Fourth Decade, Volume 7, Issue 2
39.The Fourth Decade, Volume 7, Issue 3
40.The Fourth Decade, Volume 7, Issue 5
41.The Fourth Decade, Volume 7, Issue 6
42.The Fourth Decade, Volume 8, Issue 1
43.The Fourth Decade, Volume 8, Issue 2

Kennedy Assassination Chronicles

All 32 issues of Kennedy Assassination Chronicles for the period 1995 – 2002 are present here in electronic form. Each issue has a table of contents which can be used to jump directly to the article or item of interest.

1.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 1, Issue 1

2.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 1, Issue 2

3.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 1, Issue 3

4.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 1, Issue 4

5.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 2, Issue 1

6.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 2, Issue 2

7.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 2, Issue 3

8.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 2, Issue 4

9.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 3, Issue 1

10.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 3, Issue 2

11.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 3, Issue 3

12.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 3, Issue 4

13.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 4, Issue 1

14.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 4, Issue 2

15.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 4, Issue 3

16.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 4, Issue 4

17.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 5, Issue 1

18.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 5, Issue 2

19.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 5, Issue 3

20.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 5, Issue 4

21.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 6, Issue 1

22.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 6, Issue 2

23.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 6, Issue 3

24.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 6, Issue 4

25.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 7, Issue 1

26.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 7, Issue 2

27.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 7, Issue 3

28.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 7, Issue 4

29.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 8, Issue 1

30.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 8, Issue 2

31.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 8, Issue 3

32.Kennedy Assassination Chronicles, Volume 8, Issue 4

 

Dealey Plaza Echo

All issues of Dealey Plaza Echo from its first issue in 1996 through the spring of 2006 are present here in electronic form. Each issue has a table of contents which can be used to jump directly to the article or item of interest.

Volume 1 – Jul 1996,  Nov 1996,  Jul 1997
Volume 2 – Mar 1998,  Jul 1998,   Nov 1998
Volume 3 – Mar 1999,   Jul 1999,  Nov 1999
Volume 4 – Mar 2000
Volume 5 – Mar 2001,   Jul 2001,  Nov 2001
Volume 6 – Mar 2002,  Jul 2002,  Nov 2002
Volume 7 – Mar 2003,  Jul 2003,  Nov 2003
Volume 8 – Mar 2004, Jul 2004,   Nov 2004
Volume 9 – Mar 2005, Jul 2005,    Nov 2005
Volume 10 – Mar 2006, Jul 2006,  Nov 2006
Volume 11 – Mar 2007, Jul 2007,    Nov 2007
Volume 12 – Mar 2008, Jul 2008,   Nov 2008
Volume 13 – Mar 2009, Jul 2009,   Nov 2009
Volume 14 – Mar 2010,  Jul 2010,   Nov 2010
Volume 15 – Mar 2011,   Jul 2011,   Nov 2011
Volume 16 – Mar 2012
Volume 17 – Summer 2012, Winter 2012

1.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 1, Issue 1

2.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 1, Issue 2

3.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 1, Issue 3

4.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 2, Issue 1

5.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 2, Issue 2

6.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 2, Issue 3

7.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 3, Issue 1

8.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 3, Issue 2

9.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 3, Issue 3

10.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 4, Issue 1

11.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 5, Issue 1

12.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 5, Issue 2

13.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 5, Issue 3

14.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 6, Issue 1

15.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 6, Issue 2

16.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 6, Issue 3

17.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 7, Issue 1

18.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 7, Issue 2

19.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 7, Issue 3

20.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 8, Issue 1

21.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 8, Issue 2

22.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 8, Issue 3

23.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 9, Issue 1

24.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 9, Issue 2

25.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 9, Issue 3

26.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 10, Issue 1

27.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 10, Issue 2

28.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 10, Issue 3

29.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 11, Issue 1

30.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 11, Issue 2

31.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 11, Issue 3

32.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 12, Issue 1

33.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 12, Issue 2

34.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 12, Issue 3

35.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 13, Issue 1

36.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 13, Issue 2

37.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 13, Issue 3

38.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 14, Issue 1

39.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 14, Issue 2

40.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 14, Issue 3

41.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 15, Issue 1

42.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 15, Issue 2

43.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 15, Issue 3

44.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 16, Issue 1

45.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 17, Issue 2

46.Dealey Plaza Echo, Volume 17, Issue 3

 

 

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