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Jim DiEugenio's Upcoming appearances and radio Interviews:
April 13th, Barnes and Noble, Metro Pointe,
901 B South Coast Drive Ste 150, Costa Mesa,
May 4th, Barnes
and Noble, Orange Town & Country
791 South Main Street Suite 100,
NEW DATE! May 18th, Barnes
and Noble Bookstore in Manhattan Gateway Shopping Center 1800 Rosecrans
Avenue Building B, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
310-725-7025, 12-4 PM
October 16-19th Passing the Torch
Conference, at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh
November 21-24, November
in Dallas, at the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas
The French Connection, by
Peter Kross Review
by Seamus Coogan
on Lunch with Arlen Specter on January 4, 2012
By Vincent Salandria
1: Review of Peter Janney’s "Mary’s Mosaic"
By Lisa Pease
2: Entering Peter Janney’s World of Fantasy
By James DiEugenio
Awful Grace of God, Religious Terrorism, White Supremacy
and the Unsolved Murder of Martin Luther King, Jr.
by Martin Hay
KENNEDY & ME: A Very Good Book With A Few Pages of Trouble
by Vince Palamara
Jim DiEugenio analyzes and summarizes Larry Hancock's
interesting and unique new book Nexus:
The CIA and Political Assassination
Jim DiEugenio reviews the work
of Chris Matthews on the life and death of President Kennedy,
including his latest biography, "Jack Kennedy: Elusive hero".
Reviews of John McAdams' book JFK
Assassination Logic by:
IN DALLAS: LBJ, the Pearl Street Mafia, and the Murder of President
Reviewed by William Davy
a DVD Robert Kennedy documentary produced,
written and directed by Massimo Mazzucco. Reviewed by Jim DiEugenio
Connally Bullet Powerful evidence that Connally was
hit by a bullet from a different assassin, by Robert Harris
those who were in and around Dealey Plaza that
day and those who made a career of the case afterwards.
Joseph Green on the late Manning
Marable's new full scale biography of Malcolm X.
and the Majestic Papers: The History of a Hoax by Seamus
- and -
and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy: A Coalescence of InterestsSeamus Coogan
on Joseph Farrell's new book
No Evil: Social Constructivism and the Forensic Evidence in the
by Donald Byron Thomas
Comprehensive Review by David Mantik of
Wikipedia? by JP Mroz and Jim DiEugenio (3 part series)
Sirhan and the RFK Assassination
Part I: The Grand Illusion Part
II: Rubik's Cube by Lisa Pease
is Anton Batey?
CTKA takes a close look at a most curious radio host who is a JFK
denier, Chomskyite, and yet happens to be in league with John McAdams
and David Von Pein. Yep, its all true.
Reviews of Douglas Horne's multi-volume study
of the declassified medical evidence in the JFK case. Reviewed
Jim DiEugenio, David Mantik and Gary Aguilar.
Exclusive excerpts from Mitchell Warriner's long
awaited new book on
the Jim Garrison investigation
The section features past CTKA articles relating to the JFK, RFK, and
- Virtual JFK: Vietnam if Kennedy
had Lived is a film speculating on U.S. involvement in Vietnam
had JFK not been assassinated. And as James DiEugenio points
out, it owes a debt to works that preceded it. Part Two of
this review examines Virtual JFK's accompanying book. Part Three, Lessons in
Disaster, depicts the late McGeorge Bundy's views of Kennedy
vs. Johnson on the Vietnam War.
- Family of Secrets, by Russ
Baker, fails to live up to its promise, according to James DiEugenio.
- In The Scam of
CE 399, longtime researcher Robert Harris examines aspects of
the shooting he believes have been hitherto overlooked.
- The Real Sonia Sotomayor: How President
Obama's Supreme Court nominee and a clique of judges saved Gerald Posner,
Bob Loomis, and the Warren Report, by Roger Bruce Feinman, J.D.
Necessary Embrace of Conspiracy by Robert Shetterly
- Dr. David Mantik discusses the JFK
autopsy in an expanded version of a 2003 presentation. (pdf)
- The Assassination Archives and Research Center is urging
the House and Senate to hold oversight hearings on the JFK Records
Act. Read AARC Chairman Jim Lesar's letter to the oversight
committee chairmen. Lesar was motivated in part by recently-disclosed JFK
assassination memorabilia, made public by the current Dallas DA
in late February. In this commentary,
CTKA's James DiEugenio wonders why this stuff has been hidden for so
- In Why the New York Times Deserves to
Die CTKA's James DiEugenio argues that the venerable paper
and other leading publications have completely failed in their
responsibilities to the public.
- Arianna Huffington, Tina Brown and
the New Media: Death at an Early Age? describes a recent
article by Edward J. Epstein that appeared on the Huffington
- CTKA's James DiEugenio says "JFK: Inside the Target Car" has
no credibility. See Part One, Part
Two, and Part Three of
- We have additional critiques of this program, including a review
by Dr. David W. Mantik, MD, PhD.
- Presidential Limo expert Pamela McElwain-Brown has an insider's
perspective on how this program came to be.
- And John Kelin demonstrates that when it comes to network
veracity, the Discovery Channel program is nothing
- Did The Mob Kill JFK? is another
seriously flawed documentary from the Discovery Channel, reviewed by
- Hear No Evil: Social Constructivism & the
Forensic Evidence In the Kennedy Assassination
Reviewed by Martin Hay, "...the problem is not the evidence but how it has
been interpreted in the cause of “social constructivism.”
- Two important, private collections of JFK assassination materials
are presently beyond the reach of researchers. Charles Drago describes
a curious state of affairs in The People's
- President Barack Obama has, with the stroke of a pen, reversed the
Bush Administration's restrictions on Freedom of Information Act requests.
Read the official statement in this White
House memorandum. And be sure to check this article in Slate.com.
- James DiEugenio answers criticism of Caroline Kennedy's proposed
appointment to the U.S. Senate in "An
Open Letter to Jane Hamsher and Markos Moulitsas."
Be sure to see the follow-up article, The
Caroline Kennedy Aftermath, and a further update in Hamsher,
Moulitsas, Marshall: State of Denial. Finally, in this Reuters
York Gov. David Paterson has acknowledged playing a role in
ABC's performance in a recent presidential
primary debate reminds us of the network's track record on
the JFK case.
CIA stonewalling is a threat to the JFK Assassination Records Act
of 1992. See this commentary by
Jefferson Morley, and further
analysis by Lisa Pease.
James DiEugenio reveals the truth behind a curious book called Regicide.
See this article's UPDATE .
Chuck Marler refutes the argument of shirt/jacket
bunching to account for alleged neck wounds on the president.
That argument has re-surfaced in the wake of newly
discovered film of the JFK motorcade route.
Praise from a Future Generation is
John Kelin's new book on the "first generation" critics
of the Warren Report. This is Chapter One.
Cuban President Fidel Castro is attacking newly-released CIA papers,
and reiterating his accusations that
the CIA was complicit in JFK's murder.
Newly released CIA documents indicate previously undisclosed links
between former President George H. W. Bush and the CIA. Click here for
Report Says There was a Grassy Knoll Gunman In the Washington
Post of March 26, 2001, George Lardner reported that a new
acoustical study published in the British magazine Science and
correlation analysis and the acoustic evidence in the Kennedy assassination",
used evidence from the House Select Committee on Assassination
(HSCA) investigation into the case in the late 70's to support
the theory that there were at least two gunmen firing.
The Single Bullet Theory: Less Than Zero
New research shows Sen. Arlen Specter's single bullet theory --
the lynchpin in the Warren Commission's case against Lee Oswald --
has even less credibility than has been thought.
- A team of Italian experts just completed
new tests on the alleged murder weapon.
This comes on the heels of a new
study by a Texas A&M statistician, which was written about
in the Washington Post. Jim DiEugenio places the issues in context in Death
of the NAA verdict. Also see these articles from The Pittsburgh
Tribune and The Contra Costa Times.
- Biting the Elephant is an account
of its author's attempts to correspond with, and perhaps understand,
several prominent lone nut supporters. Reviewed by James DiEugenio.
FAIR is featuring excerpts from a new book about Robert
Kennedy's last campaign.
- In Romer's Disgrace, James DiEugenio traces
the story behind the story of the razing of the Ambassador Hotel.
- Bobby and Jackie: A Love Story is
yet another posthumous attack on the Kennedys. Book review by Lisa
- Hellhound On His Trail is a new
and nonsensical effort to prop up the lone killer version of the King
It's reviewed here by Joseph E. Green.
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Enemy of the Truth: Myths, Forensics
and the Kennedy Assassination
by Sherry G. Fiester
Forensics can be a complicated subject,
yet Fiester provides the reader with easily understood, accurate, information.
Enemy of the Truth: Myths, Forensics and the Kennedy Assassination is so
comprehensive in its approach, this work should be used in the instruction
of all new crime scene investigators nationwide. William