JFK 101 HSCA Part 2 Ochelli Effect 6-14-2018 Carmine Savastano and Larry Hancock
JFK 101 HSCA Part 2
The Ochelli Effect 6-14-2018 Carmine Savastano and Larry Hancock
Continuing with the JFK 101 series, we examine the House Select Committee on Assassination 2.0. Once Richard Sprague was removed from the lead position, G. Robert Blakey changes the nature and investigative practices in multiple ways.
The Positive and adverse effects were argued as the process continued. What did the Oliver Stone movie JFK inspire? What may have been gained and lost in the shuffle?
Scientific contributions to the official record are debated. The contrast with the Warren Commision is also glaring. The conclusion and the expectations get compared. A political body must always create politically driven work it seems.
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JFK 101 HSCA Part 2 – References (R) and Research Articles:
R 1: House Select Committee on Assassinations, Executive Session, April 6, 1978, National Archives and Records Administration, pp. 5-14
R 2: HSCA, Segregated CIA file, Meeting with Mr. Blakey, HSCA Staff Director, and Chief Counsel; for Blakey review of an unsanitized copy on Task Force comments on Book V of the SSC Final Report, December 7, 1977, p. 3
Research Article 1: The Problematic Single Bullet Theory, Two Princes And A King, tpaak.com
R 3:HSCA, Administrative Folder J4: HSCA Press Release 9/25/78, pp. 5, 6, 7, 11, 28, 29, 30, 62, 110, 115, 121
R 4: HSCA Report, Volume VI, pp. 13-66, 108-147, 228-286
Research Article 2: Belief and Evidence, Two Princes And A King Blog, tpaak.com
Research Article 3: A Plaza Full of Mirrors, TPAAK Blog, tpaak.com
R 5: Federal Bureau of Investigation, JFK Headquarter File, Section 155, March 26, 1968, pp. 1-2
R 6: HSCA, Administrative Folder O1, HSC-A Tickler, Volume VI, pp. 2-6, 7-15
R 7: HSCA Final Report, Findings, p. 3-5
JFK 101 HSCA Part 2
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