History in the Making



History in the Making
 Jfk Lancer
Publications & Productions
November in Dallas 2006
JFK Assassination studies
“History in the Making”
November 17-19, 2006
Dallas, TX
Crown Plaza Hotel, Dallas
NID 2006 Schedule
JFK Lancer Publications and Productions is pleased to welcome you to the November in Dallas 2006
Research Conference on the Assassination of John F Kennedy. As an added feature, Sunday’s panel
will focus on the assassination of Robert Kennedy.
Saturday cont’d
JFK Crime Scene Investigation Panel
8:30 - 8:45
8:45 - 9:30
9:30 - 10:15
10:15 - 10:30
10:30 - 11:30
11:30 - 11:45
11:45 - 12:00 12:00 - 1:00
1:00 - 2:00
2:00 - 3:00
3:00 - 3:15
3:15 - 4:00
4:15 - 5:00
5:00 - 5:45
5:45 - 6:00
6:00 - 7:00
7:00 - 7:45 7:45 - 8:45
Larry Hancock, Welcome
Craig Roberts, Introduction
Sherry Gutierrez, Crime Scene Investigation 1963
Break - Please visit our resource room
Gerald McKnight, Flaws in the Warren
Commission Process
Authors Book Signing - resource room
Lunch Break
George Michael Evica, Oswald’s Rifle
Donald Thomas, NRC Redux: New Challenges to Acoustical Evidence
Break - Please visit our resource room
Colin McSween - JFK Wounds as Reported at Parkland
Sherry Gutierrez, Trajectory Analysis
Stu Wexler, “Ballistics”
Dinner Break
Rex Bradford and Jeff Morley, New CIA
Stephen Roy, Ferrie: A Life in Pictures
6:00 - 6:15
6:15 - 7:00
7:00 - 9:00 Q&A
Social Hour (Bar)
JFK Lancer-Mary Ferrell Award’s Banquet
RFK Panel
8:30 - 9:15
9:15 - 10:15
10:15 - 11:15
11:15 - 11:30 11:30 - 1:00
1:00 - 2:00
2:00 - 3:00
3:00 - 3:15
3:15 - 4:15
4:15 - 5:15
5:15 - 5:30
Rex Bradford, Introduction to RFK
Larry Hancock, Ambassador Hotel
John Williams, Robert D. Morrow
William Law, RFK Evidence Archives
Larry Hancock, Profiling the RFK Conspiracy
Colin McSween, Oswald’s Rifle Revisited
Rex Bradford and Larry Hancock, Web Site Resources
Q & A and closing
Oswald in New Orleans
8:30 - 9:00
9:00 - 9:30
9:30 - 10:15
10:15 - 10:30
10:30 - 10:45
10:45 - 11:00
11:00 - 2:30
2:30 - 3:00
3:00 - 4:00 4:00 - 5:00
5:00 - 6:00 Stephen Tyler, David Ferrie in New Orleans
Stu Wexler and Jim Olivier, Oswald at the Black Lamp Lounge
Jim Olivier and Special Guest Anne Dischler
Break - Please visit our resource room
Larry Hancock brief for Plaza and tours
Plaza and Lunch
Resource Room
Special Presentation: William Law, White House Witness
Lamar Waldron, Cuban Affairs and LHO
Associates Not Fully Explored
Jack Swike, Atsugi and Oswald in the
Far East
The JFK Lancer Resource Room
Schedule for NID 2006:
Opens at 8 AM Friday through Sunday
Closes Friday at 6:30 PM for the day
Closes Sunday at 1 PM for the Conference
Closes Saturday 12 - 2:00 PM for the Plaza Trip
Closes Saturday at 6:30 PM for the day
Speakers and Guests
Craig Roberts is an investigative journalist, his
background includes four years in the United States
Marine Corps as a rifleman and sniper, with one year
of that in Vietnam (1965-66). He is a retired Tulsa,
Oklahoma police officer, having served as a patrol
officer, investigator, TAC (Swat) team member, bomb
tech, and helicopter pilot. During this time he had a
parallel career in the military, serving in the Army
Reserve as an infantry officer and intelligence officer.
He retired in 2000 as a lieutenant colonel. Craig is the
author of over a dozen books, which include “The
Walking Dead: A Marine’s Story of Vietnam,” “One
Shot--One Kill: America’s Combat Snipers,” “Combat
Medic-Vietnam,” “Police Sniper,” “Hellhound,” “Kill
Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza,” “The Medusa
File: Crimes and Coverups of the U.S. Government,”
and “JFK: The Dead Witnesses”.
Craig has unique experience and knowledge which
allows him to set the stage for the conference by
presenting a brief foundation for additional speakers.
Larry Hancock is the author of the newly released
“Someone Would Have Talked”. He also co-authored
(with Connie Kritzberg) of “November Patriots”, a
work of historically-based fiction concerning the death
of JFK, and “Someone Would Have Talked” (2003) a
research work containing 5 years of cold war history,
Cuban exiles, renegade CIA officers, and Mafioso,
and a vast span of documents. Hancock has spent
the last thirty-plus years dealing with computers and
communications and has expended considerable effort
conducting research on intelligence aspects of the
assassination. Larry was given the JFK Lancer New
Frontier Award in 2000 and then the JFK Lancer-Mary
Ferrell Legacy Award in 2001.
Larry will be speaking on The Ambassador Hotel.
William Law developed an interest in the Kennedy
assassination in 1975 with the showing of Abraham
Zapruder’s 26-second home movie of the event on
Geraldo Rivera’s “Goodnight America” program.
Several years later, after reading David Lifton’s book
“Best Evidence”, Law began researching Kennedy’s
murder. Results of that research have appeared in the
books “November Patriots” by Constance Kritzberg and
Larry Hancock, “JFK: The Medical Evidence Reference
by Vincent Palamara, “Murder In Dealey Plaza” edited
by James Fetzer, and Paris Flammonde’s forthcoming
opus “An Encyclopedic Narrative and Historical and
Personal Perspective on The Kennedy Coup d’État”.
Law has written for the research periodicals the
“Kennedy Assassination Chronicles” and the “Dealey
Plaza Echo”, is producer of the forthcoming DVD “The
Gathering”, and currently serves as a consultant to film
director Brian McKenna for his upcoming documentary
“Killing Kennedy”. He lives with his family in Central
William is presenting “An Audio Interview With a
White House Witness and “Robert Kennedy Witness
and Evidence Archives.”
Stu Wexler is a High School Advanced Placement
studies teacher who graduated from Tulane
University in 1998 with a degree in history and a
minor in philosophy. He has been researching the
JFK assassination since the 7th grade, and has made
presentations on the subject at his high school and
previous JFK Lancer NID Conferences. Wexler’s main
interests in the case are Oswald’s background and the
physical evidence.
Stu is presenting information concerning Oswald and
the Black Lamp Lounge.
Lamar Waldron, long-time assassination researcher
and author of the new book, “Ultimate Sacrifice: John
and Robert Kennedy, the Plan for a Coup in Cuba,
and the Murder of JFK” (with Thom Hartmann,
2006). Among the evidence unearthed by Waldron
are hundreds of CIA, military and State Department
documents specifically referring to a plan for a coup
in Cuba, conceived by Robert Kennedy, drafted by
the military with support from the CIA. Waldron’s
historical research has been featured on the History
Channel, and in magazines like “Vanity Fair”.
Lamar is presenting on Cuban Affairs and LHO
Associates Not Fully Explored.
Sherry Gutierrez has testified as a Court certified
expert in crime scene reconstruction and bloodstain
pattern analysis in over 30 judicial districts in the
states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida. Gutierrez
formerly headed the Forensic Investigative Units for
Louisiana St. Charles Parish and the Lafayette Parish
Sheriff’s Department. Publications include “Bloodstain
Pattern Identification and Documentation: A Workbook
for Analyst” (1990), “Blood Evidence; What Does
the Blood Tell Us?” (1997), and “Bloodstain Pattern
Analysis and the Kennedy Assassination”, The Echo,
England, (2002). Sherry was given the JFK Lancer New
Frontier Award in 2003.
Sherry will be presenting on 1963 Crime Scene
Investigative Techniques and the South Knoll
George Michael Evica is the author of “And We Are
All Mortal” (1978). Co-organizer and chairperson of
eleven national JFK conferences in Hartford (two),
Chicago, Providence, and Dallas (seven). Presenter at
fifteen national conferences of twenty major papers
and author of twelve published articles on JFK, his
presidency, and his death. Invited to give testimony
to the Assassinations Records Review Board meeting
in Boston. Evica is a recipient of the Mary Ferrell/JFK
Lancer Lifetime Achievement Award in Dallas, 1997.
George Michael will be presenting on “Oswald’s Rifle.
Gerald McKnight is a professor of history at
Hood College, where he is chair of the History and
Political Science Department. He is an expert on the
assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy
and Martin Luther King. McKnight is also the author of
the books, “The Last Crusade: Martin Luther King Jr.,
the FBI and the Poor People’s Campaign” (1998) and
“Breach of Trust: How the Warren Commission Failed
the Nation and Why” (2005). Gerald will be addressing
Flaws in “The Warren Commission Process”.
John Williams Ph.D, Department of Human
Development, Family Living and Community
Educational Services, University of Wisconsin-Stout,
Menomonie, Wisconsin. John will be presenting on
Robert Morrow: Agent Exile, Williams has conducted
a series of interviews with Robert D. Morrow, the
CIA contract agent who claimed he had provided the
rifles used in the assassination of President Kennedy.
(Morrow died in May, 1998) Morrow’s discovery of
material around Robert Kennedy’s assassination came
about during a private investigation of the death of
JFK he was conducting during the later 1970s. This
address reviews the context of that discovery along
with the narrative thesis Morrow developed as a result
of it as well as a brief summary of the consequences
that followed. The address will conclude with a partial
critique of Morrow’s findings.
Rex Bradford has devoted himself to scanning
documents and digitizing audio recordings related
to the assassination of JFK, most recently in relation
to Lee Harvey Oswald’s alleged visit to Mexico City.
He is the webmaster for History Matters Document
Collections, AARC Document Collections, and the
Mary Ferrell Foundation. An author and a designer
of games for computers, he resides in Massachusetts.
Rex is presenting information on Updates in the CIA
Documents and Web Site Resources.
Stephen Roy is the Executive Director of a nonprofit television corporation in Massachusetts and a
former teacher of television production at the college
level. He has long been intrigued by the New Orleans
aspects of the assassination and by David Ferrie in
particular. He has been working since 1985 on the
first in-depth biography of Ferrie, tentatively titled
“Perfect Villain: David Ferrie and the JFK Mystery.”
The book is based upon numerous interviews and all
available documentation on Ferrie. More than 80% of
the material will be new to most researchers. Roy has
contributed to several books and gave a presentation
on Ferrie at NID 2000. He is also involved in a film
project involving Ferrie.
Steven is presenting a photo show with commentary,
tracing the life of David Ferrie from his birth in
Cleveland to his death in New Orleans. Most of these
pictures have never been seen before by the research
community. The presentation will conclude a special
find relating to Ferrie’s life.
Donald B. Thomas, Ph.D. is a scientist with the
Federal Government. He is the author of the article,
“The Acoustical Evidence in the Kennedy Assassination
Revisited” which appeared in the journal Science &
Justice (2001). The thrust of his research has been to
demonstrate concordance between the audio and video
evidence of the assassination. He was the recipient of
the Mary Ferrell-JFK Lancer New Frontier Award in
2002. There have been many challenges to the acoustical
evidence since 2001, in particular, a recently published
rebuttal (2006) in Science & Justice by the surviving
members of the 1982 NRC panel. This presentation
will demonstrate how the challenges to the acoustical
evidence have made it stronger.
Jack Swike is a graduate of Marine Corp OCS,
Infantry Officers School, Naval Intelligence School,
Marine Corps Amphibious Intelligence School and
Army Counterintelligence Agent School. He holds a BS
Degree from Florida State and a Masters from Roosevelt
University in Chicago. He has attended Michigan State
University, Indiana University, Johns Hopkins, John
Marshall Law School and the University of Chicago.
Jack was assigned to Atsugi in 1956 and performed
duties as Marine Security and Intelligence Officer. He
has been researching matters pertaining to Lee Harvey
Oswald and Oswald’s tour of duty in the Far East for
a number of years and will be presenting background
information on Atsugi and addressing a number of
issues relating to that facility and to Lee Oswald’s
assignments and activities.
Stephen Tyler is the New Orleans based filmmaker
of “He Must Have Something” about the Jim GarrisonClay Shaw case. Producer/Director Stephen Tyler
interviewed many of the major players for this program,
including key prosecution witness Perry Russo, Judge
Haggerty, defense attorney Irvin Diamond and, of
course, D.A. Jim Garrison. He also produced “Dega
In New Orleans,” winner of numerous awards, and
“Our Heritage Is At Stake,” a documentary on the
controversial politician David Duke. Tyler has also
produced segments for the “Oprah” show and “Access
Hollywood.” Stephen will be presenting information
on “David Ferrie in New Orleans.”
Jim Oliver is a Louisiana based television journalist
and JFK researcher. Jim has been researching and
studying the assassination of John F. Kennedy for
over 30 years. He has produced numerous television
segments on various aspects of the assassination
including several interviews with Jim Garrison. Jim is
presenting information concerning “Oswald and the
Black Lamp Lounge”.
Colin McSween has been researching the JFK
Assassination almost from the day of the event.
Gainfully employed in Funeral Service since 1980, Colin
has served the British Columbia Coroner’s Service
for 12 years including managing homicide crime
scenes, transferring remains for the Coroner’s Dept.
& witnessing & assisting on hundreds of Major Crime
Autopsies- the vast majority being on gunshot victims.
He has researched & experimented with various types
of firearms including those alleged to have been used
in the assassination of JFK. He also consults for the film
industry in the area of Forensics, death scenes, deathlike cosmetics & firearms. In fact, he was responsible
for recreating the JFK fatal head wound for The X
Files. A professional actor, Colin appeared as William
Greer- JFK’s Secret Service chauffeur in “The X Files”
in 1996.
Special Guest - Anne Dischler
Mrs. Dischler worked as assistant investigator to Lt.
Francis Fruge of the Louisiana State Police for the
office of District Attorney Jim Garrison of Orleans
Parish, Louisiana. She primarily worked in the areas
concerning Rose Cheramie and interviews of citizens of
Clinton, Louisiana as they concerned the Shaw\Ferrie\
Oswald appearances in that Louisiana town prior to the
assassination of President Kennedy. Dischler still has the
three stenographic pads of field notes she accumulated
during her tenure on the Clinton investigation in 1967.
Dischler interviewed many people in Jackson and
Clinton Louisiana. Dischler has first hand information
concerning Shaw possibly being identified as traveling
with Oswald; and the voting card Oswald is alleged
to have signed in Clinton, LA. Her attendance at
NID 2006 will be a rare opportunity for researchers
to question someone with first hand knowledge of
the investigation, and JFK Lancer is honored at her
To our Speakers and Guests: Thank you for your assistance to JFK Lancer in promoting public
understanding of the historical record surrounding the Kennedy assassination .
2006 JFK Lancer - Mary Ferrell Awards
Don Roberdeau
2 0 0 6 R e c i p i e n t o f t h e J F K L a n c e r N e w
Frontier Award
Presented in appreciation for your contribution of new
evidence and furthering the
study of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Don Roberdeau, a United States Navy military veteran,
has served around the world in the United States Navy.
One of Don’s requested operational commands was to
serve aboard the aircraft carrier, U.S.S. John F. Kennedy.
Don remembers the assassination weekend and kept
himself informed with respect to others research from
November 22, 1963 to 1975. Since seeing the Zapruder
film in motion in the Spring of 1975, Don has been
personally researching details and discoveries about the
assassination, speaking with witnesses (including 38
Dealey Plaza witnesses), freely discussing assassination
details and considerations with individuals and groups,
and freely contributing on the Internet and in print.
Don Roberdeau has also contributed to what
many researchers have stated is the most accurate
professionally surveyed research map of Dealey Plaza;
as it pinpoints victims locations, details important
attack-related information, pinpoints witnesses
& photographers locations and observations,
evidentiary artifacts, suspected assassins locations &
bullet trajectories, etc. In honor of Don Roberdeau’s
contributions toward the Dealey Plaza Map, JFK
Lancer is providing a CD of his work as a gift to every
conference attendee.
Rex Bradford
2 0 0 6 R e c i p i e n t o f t h e J F K L a n c e r N e w
Frontier Award
Presented in appreciation for your contribution of new
evidence and furthering the study of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
Rex Bradford is an expert on the assassination of JFK
and is well-known for his prolific work as electronic
archivist of JFK assassination records. Rex is best
known for his extensive writing about the mysteries
surrounding Lee Harvey Oswald’s alleged trip to
Mexico City. Rex also runs the History Matters website,
and is Vice-President of the Assassination Archives
and Research Center in Washington, DC. The goal of
History Matters is to serve as a repository and focal
point for education and research on the subject of the
JFK assassination and related topics in Cold War history.
The Mary Ferrell Foundation Archive is the largest
searchable electronic collection of materials related to
the JFK assassination and its larger historical context,
including over declassified government documents,
essays, publications, multi-media and journals. In
his role as Senior Archivist and Analyst for the Mary
Ferrell Foundation, Rex has made over 300,000 pages
of declassified records available for viewing and
searching, along with photographs, audio and video
files, essays, and more. JFK Lancer is pleased to honor
Rex Bradford’s faithfulness in providing internet
access to historical material for research and education
concerning the assassination of President Kennedy.
Gerald McKnight
2006 Recipient of the JFK Lancer Legacy Award
Presented in appreciation for your permanent additions to
the record of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
Gerald McKnight is professor emeritus of history at
Hood College, where he was chair of the History and
Political Science Department. He is an expert on the
assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and
Martin Luther King. “McKnight is author of the books,
The Last Crusade: Martin Luther King Jr., the FBI and
the Poor People’s Campaign” (1998) and “Breach of
Trust: How the Warren Commission Failed the Nation
and Why” (2005). Gerald is also the co-director of the
Harold Weisberg Archives. Housed at Hood College,
the Weisberg Archives is the world’s largest private
collection of government documents and public records
relating to Kennedy’s assassination in Dallas Nov. 22,
1963. The archive also includes about 85,000 pages of FBI
documents on the assassination of Martin Luther King
Jr. All the government documents in the collection are
in pristine condition. Once fully cataloged, the Hood
Weisberg Archive will provide an accessible research
capability unlike anything currently available. It will
provide a unique research engine vastly superior to
the main repository of Kennedy assassination records
and documents housed at the National Archives and
Records Administration in College Park, Md. JFK
Lancer is proud to recognize the commitment Gerald
McKnight has displayed in preserving the Weisberg
Archives, which have been key to the evolution of the
Kennedy assassination researcher.
Phil Hopley
2006 Recipient of the JFK Lancer Legacy Award
Presented in appreciation for your permanent additions to
the record of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
Phil Hopley of Sidney, Australia is the webmaster for
“The JFK Link,” an archive of documents relevant to
the “life, administration, death, and legacy” of John
Fitzgerald Kennedy. Understanding and experiencing
the annoyance of trying to locate political speeches,
Hopley has produced a web site that makes JFK’s career
speeches free and easily accessible to anyone. Phil
Hopley’s interest in JFK’s assassination began at the
age of six when Senator Robert F. Kennedy was killed.
He bought three copies of the Zapruder film from Penn
Jones Jr. in 1976, and that year gave his first public
presentations on the assassination to approximately
150 school students spread over the 6 hour school
day. Since then Phil has given presentations to school
and scout groups, insurance investigation conferences
and, in 1995, the New South Wales Police Academy.
Since 1999 Phil has been the webmaster of JFKLink.
com, a site devoted to not only the Public Papers of
the Presidents from Herbert Hoover to Bill Clinton, but
the only website with all the 1960 campaign speeches
of Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard
Nixon. In 2006 he contributed association diagrams for
Larry Hancock’s book “Someone Would Have Talked”
and is currently researching the origins of The Fair Play
For Cuba Committee. Phil is a qualified Intelligence
Analyst and is currently employed in the insurance
Steve Thomas
2006 Recipient of the JFK Lancer Promise Award
Presented in appreciation for your work towards
uncovering the truth in the
assassination of President John F. Kennedy, with the hope
you will continue to share your efforts in the future.
Steve Thomas was born in Chicago in 1952 and later
moved with his family to Pennsylvania. Steve got his
master’s degree in Library Science in 1985 and has been
a Library Director in Montana, Oklahoma, Colorado,
Pennsylvania where he is currently living and working
in Newburgh, Indiana with his wife Beverly. He just
recently built a $10 million new Central Library for the
Ohio Township Public Library System in Newburgh.
This Library is one of only 80 libraries in the U.S.
and Canada selected to be included in the “Libraries
We Love” coffee table book due to be published by
the Berkshire Publishing Group in Massachusetts in
October. Steve is being recognized for his relentless
pursuit of the documents released both under the JFK
Act and other Law Enforcement or Government agency
archives. He shows no hesitation to review even the
most complicated records or testimony, eagerly sharing
his findings, showing ego or bias.
“History is a relentless master.
It has no present,
only the past rushing into the future.
To try to hold fast is to be swept aside.
Efforts and courage are not enough
without purpose and direction.
John F. Kennedy
We are pleased to announce —
2006 Mary FerrellJFK Lancer
Pioneer Award
Investigative reporter for the Dallas
Morning News,
Austin (Texas) American-Statesman,
and the Wall Street Journal, and JFK
assassination expert.
Presented in appreciation of your
lifetime dedication and contributions
to the study of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
President John F. Kennedy
JFK Lancer Productions & Publications
We are pleased to announce —
2006 Mary FerrellJFK Lancer
Teacher of the Year
Michael Rieg
Us History and Government
Indiana High School,
Indiana, PA
Presented in appreciation of your
standard of excellence in teaching
young people, and your contributions
to the study of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
JFK Lancer Productions & Publications
• Please be prompt! We will make every attempt to begin each session at the time stated and to stick to the schedule.
• Please speak softly in the hallway outside of the Conference room.
• You may audiotape presentations for your personal use only. You may not put this material on your website. No video-taping.
• Flash cameras are permitted unless they become distracting to the speaker.
• You must wear your name badge for all conference events, including the Banquet.
• There will be question and answer time at the end of each group of speakers. We ask that you be respectful of the views of others.
• Handouts, if available, will be on a table in the Conference room. Afterwards available on the JFK Lancer website.
• Some presentations will have supporting DVDs, CD-Roms, Videos, or Documents available in the Resource Room. Please ask about
CEREMONY: Saturday, November 18, 12:00
You must provide your own transportation to the Plaza.
Cabs are available to reserve at the front desk.
AWARDS BANQUET: Saturday, November 18th
evening 7:00 pm. in the hotel restaurant.
Included in conference fee. Social hour
Please inform Debra Conway if you are not planning to
attend the banquet.
The Mary Ferrell Foundation is devoted
to carrying on the legacy of Mary
Ferrell, whose integrity and fierce
dedication to truth is an inspiration to
find out more:
This custom tour of assassination related sites will be conducted by Ken Holmes Jr. of Southwestern
Historical Tours. http://www.swhistorical.com
2 hour tour, $40 per person, 4 persons per tour*
•Thursday, Nov 16, 9:00am, 12:30pm, 3:00pm
•Friday, Nov 17, 9:00am, 12:30pm, 3:00pm
•Saturday, Nov 18, 2:00pm, 4:00pm
•Sun, Nov 19, 9:00am, 12:30pm, 3:00pm
•Mon, Nov 20, 9:00am, 12:30pm, 3:00pm
*Larger groups must be booked in advance.
JFK Lancer wishes to extend a
special thank you
to the following persons:
Steve Conway
Larry Hancock
Ashley Sleaper
Suzanne Shows
Judy Johnson
Samantha and David Vasquez
Beverly and Charles Massegee
Gary and Karen Becker
Bob Cochran
Ken Holmes
Mary Ferrell Foundation
Crown Plaza Staff
JFK Lancer Productions & Publications is
a historical research company was founded
in 1995 by Thomas A. Jones and Debra J.
Conway, joined now by Sherry Gutierrez.
JFK Lancer Productions & Publications
works with the largest, most active group
of JFK historical researchers and at the past
conferences have had many of the most
respected of the researchers from around
the world speak on the assassination and on
President Kennedy’s policies.
LANCER was JFK’s Secret Service
Code name. Use of this formerly secret
name represents our efforts to make JFK
assassination information available to
JFK Lancer Productions & Publications
subscribes to the values of patriotism,
excellence, integrity and dedication to
the revealing of truth surrounding the
assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
JFK Lancer Resource Catalog
KAC Back Issues
Devoted to providing information on the assassination
of President John F. Kennedy, and related events.
4 Issues for $15 • $3 Single Issues
by William Law
In the Eye of History: Disclosures in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence
comprises “conversations” with eight individuals who agreed to talk about their
experiences at the Bethesda Hospital in November 1963 and beyond. The reader is
the judge of these eyewitness accounts and their implications.
Dennis David Paul O’Connor James Jenkins
Jerrol Custer Saundra Spencer Harold Rydberg
Ex-FBI Special Agents James Sibert and Frances O’Neill
A retired English detective’s essays and articles on the
JFK Assassination: 1993-2005
By Ian Griggs
No Case To Answer is a major advance in dealing with the Kennedy assassination.
Ian Griggs research enumerates a variety of evidence and people, resolving
numerous issues in a clear and concise manner.
Research of Larry Hancock,
includes 3 years of documents presented at November In
Dallas Conferences and utilized in his book -“Someone
Would Have Talked”.
• Richard Case Nagell NID Conference Presentation (QT)
• Richard Case Nigell Documents
• John Martino Documents
• Fiorini/Sturgis Chronology
• HSCA Report on Gerald Patrick Hemming
• HSCA Reports: Armador Odio, Robert McKeown, Carlos
Quiroga & Sergio Arcacha Smith, and Bernardo DeTorres
•112th Intelligence Corp
CD-163 for $25.00
Mary Ferrell Legacy
Your purchase of this CD helps sponsor the
Mary Ferrell - JFK Lancer Scholarship Program
CD-100 for $30
Doug Horne
Presentations and
Memos to the ARRB
In 1998, Doug Horne was the special guest speaker at JFK
Lancer’s Conference on the JFK assassination where he donated copies of his memos for JFK to distribute making them
available for the first time. Now these memos are made available paired with Horne’s 1998 NID presentations on DVD.
CD-161 for $30.
First on the Scene: Interviews
With Parkland Doctors
by Brad Parker
A series of interviews and essays with the Dallas Parkland
Hospital doctors. Also testimony and interviews by the Warren
Commission, House Select Committee On Assassinations, and
the Assassination Records Review Board. SC, 218 pages.
CD Rom Includes: The entire book with all illustrations
and Dr. Ronald C. Jones’ presentation at JFK Lancer’s November In Dallas Conference 2000. (Quicktime)
CD-162 for $12
New From
Sherry Gutierrez
Since 1963, Forensic Analysis Techniques have
evolved and technology has become more
advanced in a wide variety of fields. As a result,
controversies surrounding the assassination
have increasing looked to the forensic
community for analysis of this confusing and
hotly debated homicide.
In 1993 Sherry Gutierrez, a Certified Senior
Crime Scene Investigator and Court recognized
expert begin to apply her professional expertise to the Kennedy Assassination. The result has been
several NID Presentations, the development of 4 expanded presentations and several articles of interest
to the assassination researcher. One area that has entrenched supporters on each side are the questions
“Did the head shot come from the front or the back? Where was the shooter?” and, “Was there more
than one gunshot wound to the head?” The medical records are rife with contradicting testimony and
evidence. By using the same Bloodstain Pattern Analysis and Trajectory Analysis techniques she’s
used in court for over 20 years, Sherry Gutierrez answers these basic questions.
The information provided here is updated and expanded from previous NID presentations; with
hidden slides available to the viewer giving documentation and
additional information to insure a through understanding of the
material presented.
The DVD Includes:
Four New PowerPoint Presentations
• Bloodspatter Analysis in the Kennedy Murder: Proving a Frontal
• Trajectory Analysis of Kennedy’s Fatal Head Wound
• Crime Scene Investigation: 1963 Protocols
• Trajectory Analysis in the Tippit Shooting
Copies of Previous Publications:
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