Friday, March 10, 2017


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by Morley Evans

ALL OF THIS IS VITAL to understanding the United States today. Of special interest is the Soviet reaction to the assassination at 15:00/6:24:10 of this video. Thanks to the FFF for producing this.

FBI English translation of the KGB report,
"Our source added that in the instructions from Moscow, it was indicated that now the KGB was in possession of data purporting to indicate President Johnson was responsible for the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy." The Soviets spent over two years conducting their own secret investigation. They never released it or used it in any way. No doubt, it is filed in the Kremlin today.

Published on Dec 30, 2015

Douglas P. Horne worked on the staff of the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB) in Washington, DC for the final 3 years of the Review Board’s 4-year lifespan, from August 1995 through September 1998. He was hired as a Senior Analyst on the Military Records Team and was later promoted to the position of Chief Analyst for Military Records (i.e., the Head of the Military Records Team).

Douglas P. Horne graduated from the Ohio State University in 1974 with a B.A. in History, and served as a junior officer in the U.S. Navy for 10 years, followed by 10 more years with the Navy as a Civil Servant in an anti-submarine warfare program.

Horne was not only involved in the location and release of US military records on Cuba and Vietnam policy from 1961 through 1964, but he played an integral role in conducting both unsworn interviews and formal depositions of witnesses to, and participants in, JFK’s autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital, and was also involved in joint efforts between the ARRB and Kodak to both digitally preserve the photographic images of the autopsy, and to conduct an authenticity study of the Zapruder Film in the National Archives.

After leaving the Assassination Records Review Board Horne worked for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum before joining the State Department.

A couple of articles by Douglas Horne, Evidence of a Government Cover-Up and Interviews with Former NPIC Employees, appeared in Murder in Dealey Plaza (edited by James H. Fetzer). An interesting interview with Horne by Dick Russell was included in On the Trail of the JFK Assassins (2008).

Douglas Horne’s book, Inside the Assassination Records Review Board, was published in December 2009.

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