Canterbury 2022 Conference
“The Network of Men & Institutions Involved in the JFKA” was the title of Casey Quinlan’s presentation over Zoom. I loved the PowerPoint presentation and there was great interest in his work.
Tactical Ambush in Dealey Plaza by Brian Edwards consisted of possible shooter locations around Dealey Plaza. The overall location was a perfect setting for an ambush and there were choices aplenty.
Quick tea & coffee break followed.
David Knight followed quickly thereafter with The Throat Shot (revisiting the case with new technology). More to the point what type of rifle could and could not create such a small incision wound. It was speculative, but great fun to watch. I and several others lapped it up.
Our final speaker that day Larry Schnapf about JFK Records Litigation. His presentation was technical but shows where the areas are for litigation, since the law regarding the releases is not being adhered to.
At the end of Larry’s presentation Malcolm Blunt stepped forward and had a little chat to inform him on some documentation, especially on a set of HSCA index guide records that could be of great benefit but are only available in heavily redacted form.
An excellent dinner at Chapmans followed and that just went way too quick.
Our Sunday morning starter as per usual Our book sale headed by Mike Dworetsky, Alan Johnson and John Wassell.
And this was followed by me interviewing Malcolm Blunt, battery issues made the video cut way short, but due to Pete Mellor kindly sharing his audio recording and others sharing their video snippets and stills from that talk I am happy to say that we chopped a film together with an acceptable result. For everyone to see soon.
Scott Reid videoing in from Scotland presented about William Duff, a Scottish connection to the JFK Assassination. Duff is a most interesting character. I hope he manages to get hold of more stuff for an update in the near future.
The Tippit Physical Evidence with Johnny Cairns who was interviewed by Neale Safaty.
Lunch buffet awaiting with our great thanks to Isobel Dworetsky for taking care of this.
With ourselves filled with sandwiches, crisps and more sugar we got served which, to me at least, was the highlight of the weekender Russell Kent. Russell is a former member who had his ebook published a few months back. Perfect reason to stop by and do a presentation and this he did. JFK Medical Betrayal: Where The Evidence Lies is its title and the focus of today’s talk was almost solely aimed at the Clark Panel. Tidy and crystal clear presentation.
I got my video camera sorted so I taped his talk.
Paul Brown spoke to us on The Paines and that was a good idea from a timing perspective, since the Ruth Paine documentary was just released a few months prior.