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Government insider says JFK autopsy material altered by David Collins
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Posted: 15:39 December 31, 2009
Researcher and author Jim Marrs and Douglas Horne, former staff member of the Assassination Records and Review Board (ARRB) were guests on the Jeff Rense radio program December 29th for two hours of discussion on Horne's new book Inside the Assassination Records and Review Board: The U.S.Government's Final Attempt to Reconcile the Conflicting Medical Evidence in the Death of JFK.
The ARRB was created by an act of Congress in 1992 to gather and release all U.S. Government documents and records related to the assassination of President John F Kennedy. The Act was passed as a result of the controversy created by the 1991 release of the Oliver Stone movie JFK, which alleged that Kennedy was killed by a conspiracy which involved high level U.S. Government officials.
Horne was a staff researcher for the ARRB from August of 1995 to September of 1998. While the ARRB was mandated by Congress to gather and release all Government documents related to the assassination, it did not draw any conclusions with regard to the JFK murder. Horne has, however,reached the conclusion, based upon his three years on the Board, that Kennedy was murdered as the result of a conspiracy. Horne is the first U.S. government official with first hand knowledge of the medical evidence to conclude that the Kennedy autopsy and X-rays documents were altered to make it appear that Kennedy was shot by a lone gunman from behind. Horne presents the case that the JFK murder was an "inside job" and the cover-up was carried out by high level U.S. government insiders.
A short history of the JFK assassination investigations
The Warren Commission, set up by President Johnson, concluded in 1964 that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin of President Kennedy. Despite Kennedy's vow to "splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter it into the winds", Johnson named former CIA director Allen Dulles to the Commission. In 1961 Kennedy fired Dulles as CIA director after the failed Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba. In Chairman Earl Warren's absence, Dulles often chaired the Commission and guided it's investigation to the conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald alone killed the President.
New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison began an investigation into the Kennedy death in the fall of 1966. In March of 1967 Garrison arrested Clay Shaw and charged that Shaw, a group of right wing elements including David Ferree and Guy Banister and rouge elements of the CIA were involved in a plot to assassinate President Kennedy. On March 1st 1969, Shaw was acquitted of all charges brought by Garrison. Garrison did, however, subpoena a copy of the Zapruder film and showed the Shaw jury the famous footage showing in gory detail the President's brains getting blown out. The jury in the Shaw case said that they believed a conspiracy had killed President Kennedy but that Garrison had not proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Clay Shaw was a part of the conspiracy.
In 1975 Senator Frank Church was named Chairman of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Operations. The Church Committee investigated reports of abuse of power by the Central Intelligence Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigations. The Church committee issued a final report in April of 1976 and conluded that U.S.Government intelligence operations threatened and undermined the Constitutional rights of American citizens. The Church Committee also concluded that the CIA withheld from the Warren Commission information on plots by the Agency to assassinate Cuban President Fidel Castro.
George Herbert Walker Bush was appointed Director of the CIA by former Warren Commission member and 38th President of the United States Gerald Ford. Bush served as CIA director from January of 1976 until January of 1977. Interest in the JFK assassination increased as a result of the Church Committee hearings and findings. Bush was brought into the CIA ostensibly to restore the Agency's morale, after the revelations that the CIA had been involved in illegal and unauthorized activities in the 1960's.
For more information on this book or to purchase, simply click on its title: Inside the Assassination Records Review Board: The U.S. Government's Final Attempt to Reconcile the Conflicting Medical Evidence in the Assassination of JFK (Volume 2)
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