"The IDN system was a parallel system of files to the 201 files. IDN files were 'individuals connected to targeted organizations.' In other words, if you had a targeted organization, something like the Fair Play for Cuba Committee, these were individuals that were connected to that organization. That whole filing system got junked while the Warren Commission was sitting. It's never been done before, and it's never been done again.; a whole filing system just completely dismantled inside the Records Integration Division... One name jumps out: Lee Harvey Oswald."
One of our most distinguished JFK assassination scholars, Malcolm Blunt is an independent investigator of the truth with an unbiased instinct for what is important and what is not in the details of President Kennedy's assassination. He is regarded within the assassination research community as an esteemed authority on the CIA and the JFK records held at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, MD. He is the 1998 recipient of JFK Lancer's New Frontier Award in appreciation for his contribution of new evidence in furthering the study of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and he is an influential consultant to many of our best authors and researchers.
Rex Bradford, founder of History-Matters.com is an essayist and lecturer, Vice-President of the Assassination Archives and Research Center, created its website, and has published several CD-ROMs, including the JFK Assassination Archive. The transcript of his 2008 address, "Whispers From A Silent Generation" and his essay on "The Fourteen Minute Gap" are among his insightful articles which focus upon under-reported areas of JFK related issues. He is a consultant, analyst, and electronic archivist for the Mary Ferrell Foundation.
Author and historian Jim DiEugenio speaks about one of the most discussed yet least understood areas of John F. Kennedy's presidency. Jim is the founder of CTKA, author of Destiny Betrayed, Reclaiming Parkland, innumerable articles and lectures, and The Assassinations with Lisa Pease. He is a prolific and tenacious investigative writer and researcher whose works continue to shed new light on our path of discovery.
This presentation is related to Jim's article, JFK’s Embrace of Third World Nationalists: https://consortiumnews.com/2013/11/25/jfks-embrace-of-third-world-nationalists/
Robert Groden: Author of several books on the JFK assassination. Served as photographic consultant for the U.S. House Select Committee on Assassinations and as a consultant on the film “JFK.” Groden made history when, on March 6, 1975, he and Dick Gregory appeared on Geraldo Rivera’s ABC late-night TV program “Good Night America” and showed the Zapruder film of the assassination to a mass audience for the first time.
David E. Kaiser, Ph.D: An American historian whose published works have covered a broad range of topics, from European warfare to American League baseball. He was a professor in the Strategy and Policy Department of the Naval War College from 1990 until 2012 and has also taught at Carnegie Mellon, Williams College (2006-7 and 2012-13), and Harvard University.
Dr. Kaiser's 2008 book, “The Road to Dallas: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy,” does not dispute the official findings that Oswald was the lone shooter, but argues that the assassination was carried out by leading organized crime figures as revenge for the attempts made by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy to persecute Mafia leaders. His conference topic is “Further Down the Road to Dallas.”