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The Warren Commission, The Authorities and The Report . Warren Report and its own twenty-six volumes of published Hearings. Two years. The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, known unofficially as the Warren Commission, was established by. Warren Commission Report and the 26 appendix volumes.

Kennedy Assassination Information Center is strong on witness testimony, and has the invaluable technical reports of the House Select Committee on Assassinations which address issues such as the nature of Kennedy's wounds and the authenticity of the Backyard Photos. Max Holland's Washington DeCoded shows the work of a journalist intimately familiar with the history of the 60s and of the ways Washington politics impinged upon and affected how the assassination was viewed and how it was dealt with.

Report of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F.

Consider it a good primer on conspiracy arguments, and make a point of looking at counter-arguments on other sites. Ralph Schuster's John F.

Kennedy Assassination Homepage, from Germany, is further evidence of world-wide interest in the assassination. Schuster has has a rich variety of offerings, including the Warren Commission Report, Jim Marrs' "Convenient Deaths" list, Walt Brown's index to assassination books, and extensive witness testimonies.

The Real Issues Home Page, shows Mike Griffith, the page's author, to be a diligent reader of conspiracy books and a prolific writer. You can find about any aspect of the case interpreted from a conspiracy perspective here. John Simkin's Spartacus Educational site has in common with Mike Griffith's site above a dilligent webmaster who has put a lot of information and, unfortunately, pseudoinformation online. But where Griffith's site is deep, going into issues in great detail, Simkin's site is broad, providing some information on a vast number of suspects, witnesses, and even researchers.

Myers also critiques, from a lone assassin perspective, various of the claims of conspiracists. Rahn at the University of Rhode Island.

His web site is not just his syllabus, but rather a wide-ranging collection of materials. Especially interesting are sections on critical thinking, information on Warren Commission critics and collections of materials from researchers such as Tony Marsh and Peter Whitmey. Lisa Pease' Real History Archives gives you a dose of the really extreme conspiracy view. Pease believes that a very large conspiracy murdered Kennedy, and continues to cover up the crime.

She includes the mainstream media, much of academia, many conspiracy authors, all authors who believe Oswald did it alone, and virtually all the posters on USENET newsgroups who don't believe in a conspiracy in her cast of sinister people. For a scary reminder of where this sort of thinking leads, click here for Lisa Pease' page on the Oklahoma City bombing.

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Now removed from her site, she displayed it for over two years. The magazine has ceased publication, but the site remains up with a collection of essays that purport to explain "why the country is in the shape that it's in.

David Von Pein has been all over the Internet of late, capably arguing for the lone assassin viewpoint. Kennedy: A Lone-Gunman Viewpoint has a lot of resources, including especially video resources.

Both conspiracy and lone assassin material is included. Not maintained in recent years, it continues to make available useful information. Parnell is the chief Internet debunker of "two Oswalds" theories.

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David Perry, a crackerjack researcher who has debunked many of the stories conspiracy books repeat although he in fact believes there was a conspiracy , has the John F. Kennedy Assassination Pages where you can learn about him and read several of his articles.

John Masland's The Nook is a site of interest to people who want to do some real digging, featuring large databases of Warren Commission Documents, Warren Commission Witnesses, selected portions of the Warren Report, and a collection of video sound bites.

Not especially recommended for the casual web "surfer," this site will be a huge boon to the serious researcher. JFK-Dallas, November 22, is the web site of the Dallas Morning News, and it makes good use of the resources of that newspaper, including photos, video, news stories, and historic front pages.

You'll need to complete a free registration to access the resources. Tony Marsh's website, The Puzzle Palace, has one thing going for it: Marsh himself, a quirky, independent-minded and innovative researcher capable of occasional near-brilliant work.

Fair Play was formerly an online magazine put together by John Kelin. Seldom updated now, the site's archives nonetheless has a wide variety of materials of interest. Although it often seemed to support some of the most unreliable witnesses Roger Craig, Perry Raymond Russo , it has also debunked conspiracy fables. An important feature is Joe Backes' detailed accounts of document releases from the Assassination Records Review Board.

The pioneering JFK assassination page. Visit my own Best of Assassination Sites page for a list of the offerings chosen from the sites listed here that I consider to be outstanding. This page is not exactly a listing of the best sites, but rather of the best resources.

Mike Russ' John F. Kennedy Assassination Information Center is strong on witness

The following sites lack the depth of resources of the sites listed above, but all have something that the average assassination buff would want to see: Howard Willens is a former Warren Commission Counsel and strong defender of the Commission. His website is about the assassination, the Kennedys, and 60s and various other topics. Gerald Posner, author of Case Closed and the man the conspiracy buffs love to hate, has a home page.

It has along with materials of the Kennedy assassination information on Posner's other interests and books. The Kennedy Detail is a site devoted to the Secret Service agents who protected the president.

Not pushing a conspiracy theory nor any other theory it holds considerable interest for assassination buffs. Julie Jackson is the daughter of Mr. Jack Franzen, Dealey Plaza witnesses who were on the south side of Elm Street a few yards from the presidential limo when Kennedy's head exploded. Its page final report was presented to President Johnson on September 24, and made public three days later. It also concluded that Jack Ruby also acted alone when he killed Oswald two days later.

In November , two months after the publication of its page report, the Commission published twenty-six volumes of supporting documents, including the testimony or depositions of witnesses and more than 3, exhibits.

All of the commission's records were then transferred on November 23 to the National Archives. The unpublished portion of those records was initially sealed for 75 years to under a general National Archives policy that applied to all federal investigations by the executive branch of government, a period "intended to serve as protection for innocent persons who could otherwise be damaged because of their relationship with participants in the case.

By , 98 percent of the Warren Commission records had been released to the public. Six years later, at the conclusion of the Assassination Records Review Board's work, all Warren Commission records, except those records that contained tax return information, were available to the public with redactions.

The remaining Kennedy assassination related documents are scheduled to be released to the public by , twenty-five years after the passage of the JFK Records Act. Identifier-ark ark: Ppi There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review.There are no reviews yet. JFK Online has several interesting essays on Ruby, Silvia Odio, Jean Hill , a good links page, good brief reviews of all the major assassination books, and an excellent collection of unedited statements from assassination witnesses.

The results must have been jolting, for Frazier, whose time was the fastest, fired two more series of three shots each. Second, although the hearings except one were conducted in private, they were not secret. The commission itself had to take it the rest of the way—and it did, even though some of its members indicated that they had persistent doubts.