Videos on the JFK Assassination


These are some informative and interesting videos on the JFK assassination. All but one of them can be viewed

free of charge online. I do not agree with every single statement they make, but most of their arguments are valid,

and they present a great deal of important information.


The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Part 7: The Smoking Guns


Unsolved Cases: Oswald and JFK

A new documentary produced by Japan’s national news network, NHK (Part 1) (Part 2)


Altered History: Exposing Deceit and Deception in the JFK Assassination

Medical Evidence (five parts)

A presentation by Doug Horne, former chief analyst of military records

for the ARRB.

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5


The Mexico City Hoax: Oswald Never Went to Mexico City


Lecture by Dick Russell on Richard Case Nagell’s Connection with Oswald


Lectures by Historian David Wrone on Problems with the Case Against Oswald


Bullet Holes in the Limousine and Extra Bullets in Dealey Plaza


New Evidence of Alteration in the Zapruder Film

In this video, an interview with CIA photo interpreter Dino Brugioni, who speaks for the first time about his examination of the film at the CIA’s National Photographic Interpretation Center on the Saturday evening after the assassination. Drawing on Volume 4 of his book Inside the ARRB, Horne, the former chief analyst of military records at the Assassination Records Review Board, sets the scene for his interview with Brugioni and presents his disturbing conclusions.


Two Men in Dallas

This documentary includes an extensive interview with Deputy Sheriff Roger Craig, who saw an Oswald lookalike jump into a station wagon in Dealey Plaza soon after the assassination. Craig was among the police officers who found a rifle in the sixth-floor window from which Oswald allegedly fired. Craig insisted the rifle they found was a 7.65 Mauser, not a 6.5 Mannlicher-Carcano: “And I was standing next to Weitzman, who was standing next to Fritz, and we weren’t any more than 6 or 8 inches from the rifle, and stamped right on the barrel of the rifle was ‘7.65 Mauser’” (Part 2). Each segment is only about 9 minutes long. (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3) (Part 4) (Part 5)


Lee Harvey Oswald's Phone Call from the Dallas Jail to Former Army Intelligence Officer John Hurt on 11/23/1963


Ed Hoffman Saw a Man with a Rifle Behind the Picket Fence

(This video clears up the statements that have been wrongly attributed to Hoffman.

Hoffman was mute and communicated via sign language. The problematic statements

attributed to Hoffman and cited by critics were the result of faulty sign-language interpretation.)


Rush to Judgment (Mark Lane’s classic 1966 documentary)


Presentation by Dr. David Mantik on the Harper Fragment and JFK's Head Wounds

He proves that the Harper Fragment was occipital bone, i.e., bone from the back of the head.


The JFK Files: The Murder of a President


The Last Word on the Jim Garrison Tapes (four parts)


John F. Kennedy: Did Oswald Act Alone?


JFK: A President Betrayed

(Also available for viewing on Amazon Prime)


JFK: The Road to Assassination

(Available for viewing on Amazon Prime)


The Murder of Dorothy Kilgallen: The Reporter Who Knew Too Much (JFK Assassination)


Jim Garrison on the JFK Assassination (with an intro by James DiEugenio)


News Clips about Raymond Cummings’ Account that He Drove Oswald and David Ferrie

to Jack Ruby’s Club in Dallas in 1963

(Cummings was a former U.S. Marine and a former Dallas peace officer)


John Barbour Discusses The American Media and the 2nd Assassination of President John F. Kennedy




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