Monday, October 5, 2009

New Research to be Presented at JFK Assassination Conference


New Research to be Presented at JFK Assassination Conference

Dallas, TX – October 5, 2009 – JFK Lancer Productions & Publications Annual Conference attendees are slated to hear new JFK assassination research information, presented during the November 20 -22, 2009 event held at the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas.

JFK Lancer is a historical research and publishing company specializing in the study of President John F. Kennedy’s administration and assassination. As the assassination of President Kennedy was a pivotal point in American history, revealing the truth surrounding that event is paramount to understanding the society we live in today. JFK Lancer provides a platform for prestigious international researchers and experts to present new findings at an annual conference held in Dallas each November.

Partial list of presenting researchers and authors

Abraham Bolden will reveal his personal story as the first African American to join the White House Secret Service detail. Bolden sought to expose and address the inappropriate behavior and negligence of other agents prior to and after the assassination, only to find himself the victim of a sinister conspiracy that resulted in conviction and imprisonment on a trumped-up charge detailed in his book "The Echo from Dealey Plaza".

Jim Marrs is a distinguished journalist and author of the New York Times bestseller “Crossfire-the Plot to Kill Kennedy” and of best-selling books such as “Rule by Secrecy” and “The Rise of the Fourth Reich”. Marrs is an exciting speaker who will be addressing varied topics.

Robert McClelland, MD, general surgery resident at Parkland Memorial Hospital at the time of the assassination, attended to President Kennedy in the futile attempt to save the President’s life. Dr. McClelland also attended to Lee Oswald two days later following Oswald’s shooting by Jack Ruby. McClelland will be relating his compelling, personal story of his actions during that fateful weekend.

Larry Hancock, a leading historian-researcher in the JFK assassination, co-author of “November Patriots” and author of the acclaimed “Someone Would Have Talked”, has recently published a study of the RFK assassination, “Incomplete Justice”. Hancock will address possible rogue CIA involvement in the Kennedy assassination.

Russ Baker is an award-winning investigative reporter and the author of "Family of Secrets: the Bush Dynasty, the Powerful Forces That Put It in the White House, and What Their Influence Means for America". "Family of Secrets" covers the influence and activities of the Bush clan and their allies over the course of nearly a century, and includes five chapters with new material on the assassination of President Kennedy.

Joey Granati has a longstanding interest in the Kennedy assassination and has composed a song "The Torch is Passed” to honor President Kennedy that he will perform at Dealey Plaza, Sunday, November 22nd. Granati is currently teaching at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center in Pittsburgh and a member of the group "Granati Brothers," and records for A&M Records and Atlantic. His accompanying video will be premiered during the JFK Lancer Annual Award Banquet, Saturday, November 21st.

The public is invited to register for the conference and obtain information on additional speakers, panel, topics, and bus tour on Lancer’s website, Authors are invited to reserve a table for book sales and signing.

The public is also encouraged to attend the remembrance service for President Kennedy on Sunday, November 22, at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, from noon to 12:30 PM. Special music and speakers highlight this moving tribute to President John F. Kennedy.

Contact: Debra Conway
JFK Lancer Productions and Publications
401 N. Carroll Avenue, Suite 204
Southlake, TX 76092


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