On the unique, historic occasion of the Warren report's 50th anniversary, experts and surviving witnesses will examine evidence showing the commission was wrong about its core finding, that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the president with three shots from behind. Polls for decades have shown that most Americans – sometimes more than 70% – disbelieve the commission chaired by the late Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren.
"Because of new revelations few serious scholars any longer believe the Warren Report's core finding on Oswald as a lone killer acting alone," said Assassinations Archives and Record Center (AARC) President James Lesar. His group organized what he calls, "one of the most important JFK assassination conferences in history."
The three-day conference, "The Warren Report and the JFK Assassination: A Half Century of Significant Disclosures," will be at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Bethesda, MD. Visit www.aarclibrary.org to register.