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Dan Hardway & Edwin Lopez - The HSCA and the CIA: The View from the Trenches and the View from the Top
James Lesar - The CIA and NARA Thwart Congress and the JFK Act
Jefferson Morley - The CIA and the Culture of Secrecy
Panel - Jefferson Morley, Dr. John Newman, David Talbot, Alan Dale (moderator) - New and Newsworthy
The Warren Report and the CIA: Unseen Ghost
18 September, 2004: Jefferson Morley and Dr. John Newman’s presentation was named, “What the Warren Commission Missed: Unwitting Participants and Unindicted Co-Conspirators.” Dr. Newman, a former major in Army intelligence is a long-time researcher into the Kennedy assassination. He wrote, JFK and Vietnam and Oswald and the CIA. He alleges that the CIA knew about Oswald and his Cuban involvement, and talked about some of the CIA agents. Mr. Morley has written a series of articles over the past several years containing revelations about CIA obstruction of the House Select Committee on Assassination’s investigation. He is the author of Our Man In Mexico: Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA. After their presentations they answered audience members' questions.
From the WC to the ARRB: What Have We Learned?
18 October, 2013: Panelists Mark Lane, Joan Mellen, Rex Bradford, Robert Tanenbaum, Jim Lesar, Dan Hardway, Dan Alcorn (moderator) discussed the findings in the U.S. government’s official investigations of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, from the Warren Commission in 1964 to the Assassination Records Review Board in 1998. They also spoke about information beyond what is found in those official reports.
“From the WC to the ARRB: What Have We Learned?” was a panel of “Passing the Torch: An International Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.” The event October 17-19, 2013, was the annual conference of the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law at Duquesne University.