Did the Warren Commission tell the truth?, the whole truth?and nothing but the truth? @ President John F. Kennedy's assassination?
"A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people" -- President John Fitzgerald Kennedy
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Alan Ford grew up on a family farm. His Mum, a school teacher, taught for 30 plus years in a public school setting. His father, Pappy, a retired federal employee, earned a career service award certificate with a gold seal. They afforded the young lad with a well to do upbringing, but instilled within him a healthy respect for others and the world around him.
Evenings in the Ford household were spent with Walter Cronkite of CBS Evening News fame. It was here that the young lad listened and learned about something called Watergate. Around the same time, a chance reading in his Mum’s Reader’s Digest subscription, carried an article about a shadowy character named Richard McGarrah Helms, which intrigued him also, especially his trading barbs with then President Nixon over something called "the whole Bay of Pigs thing". Were these men speaking in code?
Years later, far removed from the safe confines of the farmhouse, and now fully aware of the implications of the various committees investigating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy during the 1970’s, he begin to question if Mr. Helms, a legendary spymaster/director in Agency circles was a hero as portrayed in the RD’s article, Or less than forthcoming about the events of Friday, November 22, 1963 in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas.
What started out as mere research for a novel in the Spring of 2015, with an emphasis upon reopening those investigations with an honest to goodness citizens’ body with full subpoena power that can address this sensitive matter transparently, suddenly found Ford pulled deeper into researching this five decades old murder mystery more actively.
When he isn’t researching this case, he’s crisscrossing the winding, scenic roads of the New England states, Western New York, and the King’s Highway 401 just across the Peace Bridge to maintain a living as an insurance investigator. He and his fiancée, Em, are raising a rescue dog, Fido, who at times exhibits he may have some stubborn mule blood in his DNA.
Ford’s latest work in progress is a novella. Entitled, “First Man”, it is about an self-absorbed husband of the very first female president of the United States of America, who just wants her husband to leave a more lasting legacy as the very first First Man.
She is none too pleased with his shallow idea of hosting an annual ultimate Super Bowl party in the White House, where 50 random winners (and a guest) from each state in the Union is chosen by hubby out of telephone directories.
As fate would have it, amid a turbulent hurricane season, the protagonist and his fellow passengers aboard an Amtrax train finds themselves directly in the path of a massive Super Storm churning relentlessly up along the Atlantic Seaboard, battering the coastline infrastructure, leaving death and destruction in its wake. What he does next amid the carnage and wreckage, surprises everyone…
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Jeffrey H. Caufield, M.D
In General Walker and the Murder of President Kennedy: The Extensive New Evidence of a Radical-Right Conspiracy,
The author researched the assassination of President Kennedy using documents from the National Archives, the FBI and other archival sources along with extensive interviews done over 25 years. The meticulously documented book presents a massive amount of new evidence and a compelling case for the involvement of the radical right and General Walker in the murder of the president.
Dr. Caufield is a graduate of The Ohio State University and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He practices Emergency Medicine in Ohio.