Selected Talks on Video

The following talks are selected by as being interesting talks by credible people including federal investigators, private researchers and principals involved in some way with the events surrounding the assassination of John Kennedy.

   Title Description

President John F. Kennedy
John Kennedy's often-referenced American University "Peace" Speech of June 10, 1963, less than 6 months before his death.  JFK presents a realistic vision of world peace.  This is the man we seek justice for.

Dr. Cyril Wecht
Dr. Cyril Wecht has performed more than 18,000 autopsies over 50+ years. Click to left to view Dr. Cyril Wecht's presentation at the JFK Symposium on the medical aspects of the assassination.  
Don Thomas Acoustical Evidence for the Number and Sequence of Gunshots in the Kennedy Assassination  0:40 & 0:15 Q&A  

A well-presented talk explaining scientific evidence proving 5 shots from at least 2 shooters, including one on the grassy knoll.  This is a must-watch for critical thinkers.

Robert Tanenbaum Former Deputy Chief Counsel of U.S. House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) explains why he resigned & relates story of trapping CIA officer David Phillips into committing perjury before the committee.
We could've known the truth by now. Tanenbaum explains why we don't.

Dan Hardway & Ed Lopez:
The Lopez Report on the CIA, Oswald & Mexico City
House Select Committee on Assassinations investigators Dan Hardway & Ed Lopez discuss the difficulties of investigating possible CIA connections to the assassination due to CIA obstruction and time limitations imposed on them by the Committee's mandate.

Includes a statement read for HSCA Chief Counsel G. Robert Blakey at the beginning and a question & answer period at the end with questions from prominent assassination researchers.

Professor G. Robert Blakey
Professor G. Robert Blakey was the Chief Counsel for the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) In this talk, he discusses how the CIA lied to and obstructed the HSCA and states who he believed was involved in the JFK assassination.
More Selected Talks Click here for an extended list of talks from assassination researcher conferences, primarily the 2014 Assassination Archives and Research Center (AARC) conference, and other venues.