I’ve always been suspect of the Zapruder Film. Why did he just happen to be standing so that part of the action took place behind a convenient road sign? And most important, of all the filming by private citizens in Daley Piaza why was Zapruder able to sell his film to Life magazine and present it to the world while all the other films were collected by government agencies and never released? . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw
In light of NEW investigation, the Zapruder Film has without a doupt been altered by the CIA in the days after the JFK assassination to hide evidence of a conspiracy. Legendary CIA photo interpreter Dino Brugioni says it was. In this film, Brugioni speaks for the first time about his examination of the film at the CIA’s National Photographic Interpretation Center on the Saturday evening after the assassination. As researcher Doug Horne discovers, Brugioni was not aware of a second examination of the film at NPIC the following evening by a completely different team and believes the Zapruder Film in the archives today is not the film he saw the day after the assassination. Drawing on Volume 4 of his book Inside the ARRB, Doug Horne, former chief analyst of military records at the Assassination Records Review Board, sets the scene for his interview with Brugioni and presents his disturbing conclusions.
Watch as the two secret service men assigned to protect president Kennedy’s motorcade are ordered to stand down just minutes before entering Dealey Plaza. They are obviously not happy about being given these orders
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The fight over who may stand in this small section of downtown Dallas on Friday has come to symbolize the decades-long friction between authorities and so-called truthers
Until this week, X marked the spots. But on Tuesday a steamroller trundled up and down the road near the building best known as the Texas school book depository, smoothing out a brand-new surface with its smart black asphalt and freshly painted straight white lines.
City workers are re-laying the street. “I guess they don’t want any special visitors to see the Xs,” said Robert Groden as he sat on the grassy knoll at a table stacked with copies of his DVD, The Case For Conspiracy. . . . Read Complete Report