Authors

  • Arnaldo M. Fernandez is a former lecturer (1997-2003) of Philosophy and History of Law at the University of Havana. He earned a Masters Degree in Journalism and taught Interpretative Journalism…
  • Carol Hewett holds a degree from the University of Texas School of Law.  She served as litigation director of the National Juvenile Law Center, and formed her own law firm…
  • Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., is a forensic pathologist, attorney and medical-legal consultant.  Among his many achievements in the field figure consultations on numerous high-profile cases.  He is best known…
  • David Josephs has been researching and writing about the JFK assassination, the consequences of sovereignty, bankers and lawyers, and the history of spying for over 25 years. Currently his work…
  • David W. Mantik, MD, Ph.D., is a board certified radiation oncologist who previously served on the tenure-track physics faculty at U. Michigan. He received his PhD in physics from U.…
  • Donald E. Gibson spent more than 30 years as professor of sociology at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.  An impressively wide-ranging scholar of social issues, he is also author…
  • Douglas Valentine is an investigative journalist, historian and poet, best known for his books on the CIA's Phoenix program and the "War on Drugs".  He worked as a researcher for…
  • Frank has dabbled with writing all of his life – including songwriting, journalism, a book of humor, comedy bits for radio, and placing articles with several magazines. His interest in…
  • Gary L. Aguilar, MD, is one of the few physicians outside the government ever permitted to examine the still-restricted photographs and X-rays taken during President Kennedy’s autopsy.  He has published…
  • Gokay Hasan Yusuf lives in Melbourne, Australia, and has been researching the JFK assassination since early 2009.
  • Greg Parker was born in Newcastle, NSW Australia. His interest in the Kennedy assassination began in 1999 when he was given a copy of Anthony Summer's Conspiracy to read. Parker…
  • One of the most respected researchers and writers on the political assassinations of the 1960s, Jim DiEugenio is the author of two books, Destiny Betrayed (1992/2012) and Reclaiming Parkland (2013/2016),…
  • James W. Douglass is a Catholic theologian and social activist, perhaps best known for JFK and the Unspeakable (2008), a book lauded by Robert Kennedy Jr.  Jim was also special…
  • Jeff Carter is a filmmaker and audio technician based in Vancouver, Canada. Along with Len Osanic, he produced the web series 50 Reasons for 50 Years in 2013.
  • John Armstrong began investigating Lee Harvey Oswald in the early 1990s, uncovering a plethora of discrepancies concerning Oswald's height, weight, eye color, scars, medical records, school records, military records, and…
  • A former public radio announcer and technical writer for Sun Microsystems, John Kelin co-founded Fair Play magazine in 1994, where he presented the work of many Kennedy assassination researchers and…
  • John M. Newman spent 20 years with US Army Intelligence, and served as executive assistant to the director of the NSA.  After leaving government work he joined the faculty of…
  • Joseph E. Green is a political researcher and playwright. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Hidden History Center and is the author of the collections Dissenting…
  • Joseph McBride is an internationally recognized film historian who has published seventeen books, including acclaimed biographies of Frank Capra, Steven Spielberg, and John Ford, as well as three books on…
  • Lisa Pease was co-editor with Jim DiEugenio of Probe Magazine and also edited with him The Assassinations.  She has written a number of ground-breaking essays on the connections between Freeport…
  • Martin Hay is a writer and musician living near London. He has been a keen student of the assassinations of JFK and Martin Luther King for over 15 years and,…
  • Michael Chesser, M.D. is a board certified neurologist who has had a longstanding interest in the assassination of President Kennedy. When he attended the AARC meeting in Bethesda in 2014…
  • Milicent Cranor is the co-author of over a dozen articles for peer-reviewed medical journals, an amateur paleographer, former staff writer for Applause Magazine, and former editor at E. P. Dutton;…
  • Patrick Speer began his studies on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 2003. He is the author of The Mysterious Death of Number 35 (2007), has spoken about…
  • Paul Bleau holds an MBA from McGill University; he owned and ran a leading marketing communications agency for 25 years, and supervised Canada’s first "denormalization" campaign of the tobacco industry. …
  • Seamus Coogan is one of a number of JFK assassination researchers hailing from New Zealand and Australia.  He has devoted considerable effort to ferreting out and exposing unfounded and sensationalistic…
  • Vasilios Vazakas was born in Athens, Greece, and studied in Edinburgh, Scotland; he holds a BEng in energy engineering and an MSc in building services engineering. He has had a…
  • Vince Palamara is without a doubt the leading expert on the Secret Service.  His 20 years spent reviewing documents and interviewing agents assigned to the Kennedy detail culminated in his…
  • Bill Davy has been writing and researching the JFK case, with an emphasis on the Jim Garrison inquiry, since the early 1990s.  He became a contributor to Probe Magazine and…

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