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    Default Our Starting Point -- The Basic Truth

    Anyone with reasonable access to the evidence -- untainted and otherwise -- in the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy who does not conclude that JFK was killed by criminal conspirators is cognitively impaired and/or complicit in the crime.

    Conspiracy in the case of President Kennedy's assassination has been proven. It is fact and not open to serious, informed, honorable, reasonable doubt.

    There is not a scintilla of legitimate evidence to support the wholly discredited non-conspiratorial lone gunman theory concocted and defended by the government of the United States of America.

    There is not a scintilla of legitimate evidence to support the wholly discredited theory that Lee Harvey Oswald ever discharged a firearm within a mile of President Kennedy.

    There is plentiful irrefutable evidence to prove that Lee Harvey Oswald was framed, or, as he said so eloquently under the utmost duress, "patsied" as the assassin of JFK.

    The "how" of the JFK assassination has been determined to the degree of metaphysical certitude: The death of John Fitzgerald Kennedy came about as the direct consequence of a criminal conspiracy.

    We now must answer, with equal certainty, the "who" and "why" assassination-related questions.

    Ultimately, we are about attaining full truth and effecting justice in the unsolved conspiratorial homicide of John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

    Such are the foundations and goals of this section of the Deep Politics Forum.

    Charles Drago

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    Default Making Sense of the Sixties Conference

    Totally agreed CD!!

    For those who can make it, this appears to be a terrific conference:


    Making Sense of the Sixties

    A National Symposium on the Assassinations and Political Legacies of
    Martin Luther King Jr., Robert F. Kennedy and John F. Kennedy

    *Oct. 3-5, 2008*
    Power Center Ballroom
    Duquesne University
    Pittsburgh, PA

    Forty years after the assassinations of civil rights leader Martin
    Luther King Jr. and presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy, and 45 years
    after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, questions still
    abound about both the circumstances and impact of their murders.

    Were these shootings really just the acts of lone gunmen, as the history
    books have so long advocated? Or are there clues in these crimes that
    might yet prove what so many seem to believe -- that James Earl Ray,
    Sirhan Bishara Sirhan and Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone?

    On the cusp of another historic presidential election, voters and
    historians alike ponder why these men died, what they might have become,
    and what their political legacies are today.

    From matters of ballistics and trajectories to questions of conspiracy
    and cover-up, these three cases present fascinating and important topics
    for students of all ages and disciplines.

    Following up on its historic 2003 conference on the JFK assassination,
    The Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law this fall is
    convening many of the top experts on the JFK, RFK and MLK cases for
    three days of presentations and panel discussions.


    *Gary L. Aguilar, M.D.*
    Head, Division of Ophthalmology, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, San
    Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, University of California, San Francisco
    Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Stanford University
    Medical Center

    *The Honorable Joe Brown*
    Host, /Judge Joe Brown/
    Former State Criminal Court Judge, Shelby County, TN (presided over
    James Earl Ray appeals)

    *Ted Charach*
    Writer/Director, /The Second Gun/

    *Roger Bruce Feinman, J.D.*
    Independent JFK Assassination Researcher
    Former Attorney and CBS News Production Assistant

    *Isaac Farris, Jr.*
    CEO, The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
    Nephew, Martin Luther King, Jr.

    *Robert J. Groden*
    Author, /High Treason/ and /The Killing of the President/
    Former Staff Photographic Consultant, U.S. House Select Committee on

    *Godfrey Isaac, Esq.*
    Former Counsel to Sirhan Sirhan

    *The Honorable Robert J. Joling, J.D.*
    Fellow and Past President, American Academy of Forensic Sciences
    Founder and Former Chair, Forensic Science Foundation
    Co-author, /An Open & Shut Case/

    *Robert Blair Kaiser*
    Author, /R.F.K. Must Die!/ /Chasing the Mystery of the Robert Kennedy

    *William Matson Law*
    Co-producer, /RFK/

    *Henry C. Lee, Ph.D.*
    Chief Emeritus, Connecticut Department of Public Safety, Division of
    Scientific Services

    *James H. Lesar, Esq.*
    Freedom of Information Act Attorney, Washington, D.C.
    President, Assassination Archives and Research Center
    Former Counsel to James Earl Ray

    *Joan Mellen, Ph.D.*
    Author, /Jim Garrison: His Life and Times,,The Early Years/ and /A
    Farewell to Justice: Jim Garrison, JFK
    Last edited by Dawn Meredith; 09-27-2008 at 05:15 AM. Reason: Title change

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    Wel well well...up and running. I wish I could go to this seminar in PA.

    Does anyone plan to do to Dallas this year? I have not seen the topics or speakers yet, but it being the 45th anniversary it should have some good ones. Soon there will be no more witnesses who were then alive as adults.

    Kudos to Myra and Magda for all this work!! And CD's Rules of Engagement!

    With gratitude,

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