Was the Zapruder Film altered by the CIA in the days after the JFK assassination to hide evidence of a conspiracy? Legendary CIA photo interpreter Dino Brugioni thinks it was.
In this film, Brugioni 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. As researcher Doug Horne discovers, Brugioni was not aware of a second examination of the film at NPIC the following evening by a completely different team and believes the Zapruder Film in the archives today is not the film he saw the day after the assassination.
Drawing on Volume 4 of his book Inside the ARRB, Doug Horne, 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.
Edited and Produced by Shane O'Sullivan as an extra feature to Killing Oswald: killingoswald.com
It took almost a year to arrange to interview and photograph Edward Snowden in Moscow, where he has sought asylum. Author James Bamford and photographer Platon reflect back on their encounters with the elusive whistleblower.
Editor in Chief - Scott Dadich
Creative Director - Billy Sorrentino
Director of Photography - Patrick Witty
One Glass Productions
Editing - Sowjanya Kudva
Music - Julia Kent