|JFK Conference: Amazing Day of Information and Connecting with Good People
Thursday at "Passing the Torch: An International Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy" concentrated on the evidence: medical and physical, including photograpic and acoustic information that matches up, despite what cable tee vee etc say. Speakers and their presentations included:
Larry J. Sabato: "Why the Study of the JFK Assassination Continues...and Should"Two I was going to see at concercurrent times as some of the above, but a question from avaistheone reminded me of the importance of the acoustical evidence decided things for me.
Josiah Thompson: "Last Second in Dallas: A Micro-Study of the Assassination"
Robert J. Groden: "Absolute Proof: A Photographic Analysis of the JFK Assassination"
Donald Thomas: "Double Talk: Synchronization of teh Acoustical Evidence and the JFK Assassination"
Cyril H. Wecht: "The President's Autopsy: A Forensice Pathological and Medical-Legal Critique"
Robert N. McClelland: "The View from Trauma Room One"
Timothy A. Nicholson: "An Acoustic Analysis of Witness Reports in the JFK Assassination (A Gunman Near JFK?)"
Jeffrey Sundberg, "Imaging Properties of the Bell & Howell 414PD Camera and Impolications for Authenticity of the Zapruder Film"
The evening featured a special session at the Heinz History Center: "The JFK Assassination and the Media." Panelists included: Russ Baker, Jefferson Morley, Lisa Pease, Jerry Policoff, Oliver Stone, and David Talbot. Sally Wiggin was host.