Monday, May 22, 2017

JFK 100th Birthday ON-LINE, LIVE STREAMING Memorial Day Conference

Jim Fetzer

An ON-LINE, LIVE-STREAMED 100th Anniversary JFK Birthday Conference will be held on 29 May 2017 (Memorial Day), featuring nine experts on the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas on 22 November 1963, which many regard as the end of democracy in the United States. (See, for example, "JFK at 50: The Assassination of America".) Here are the speakers and reasons why this may be an event you don't want to miss:

Tickets to watch (which can include your whole family and friends) run $30, but you have access to the entire program for six months thereafter. So you don't need to watch the whole program (from 9 AM/PT to Midnight/ET) continuously on the day it is LIVE STREAMED. You can watch specific sessions when the time is right and work the entire program into your schedule. Then you can watch those sessions that interest you the most again and again!

In addition to this event, which has the potential to awaken the public to the enormity of the scam that was perpetrated by The Warren Commission Report (1964), I have edited a new book on JFK, which brings research on the assassination up-to-date, including the latest research on the identity of the man in the doorway , the limo stop during the shooting and how and why the home movies had to be revised to conceal the true causes of the death of JFK:

This new book has thirteen contributors (including Jim Marrs, Douglas P. Horne, John P. Costella, Ph.D., Judyth Vary Baker, Richard Hooke, Peter Janney, Ralph Cinque, Jim Fetzer, Ph.D., Mike Pincher, Clare Kuehn, Larry Rivera, Ole Dammegard and Mike Palecek. It runs 578 pages with 1,037 photographs, including all 486 frames of the Zapruder film. Available for $20 B&W, $30 COLOR from

Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He has chaired or co-chaired five national conferences on JFK (Minneapolis 1999, Dallas 2000, Dallas 2001, Duluth 2003 and Santa Barbara 2013). This is his fourth book on the assassination of JFK.