Courtesy of Jefferson Morley and JFK Facts: In this balanced 1976 interview with London’s Thames TV, we get a glimpse of James Angleton, slightly past his prime, but still a vintage Cold Warrior. He worried that President Richard Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger had embraced an illusion in pursuing detente with the Soviet […]
Countdown to 2017Help ensure that our elected representatives will uphold and enforce the terms of the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act. The law mandates that all JFK assassination records must be declassified by 26 October, 2017. · There are 5 million pages of records in the JFK Act collection · There are 318,886 documents in the JFK Act database · 11% of the documents have partial redactions · 3,603 documents are withheld in full.
The National Archives has finished processing the records about the JFK assassination that government agencies allowed to be released to the public without objection. However, there are thousands of records that remain withheld in whole or in part, which contain the most sensitive government information about the JFK assassination that agencies were not willing to […]
By The Associated Press December 7, 2017 6:09 am (The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Clifford Spiegelman, Texas A&M University (THE CONVERSATION) Popular television shows such as the “Law & Order,” “CSI” and “NCIS” franchises glorify forensic science as a magical, near-flawless tool for identifying […]
On August 25, 2012, AARC sent a FOIA request to the CIA seeking documents relating to plots to assassinate Adolf Hitler, and in particular CIA studies of such plots in the Fall of 1963 as part of its efforts to topple Fidel Castro of Cuba. On October 19, 2012, after receiving a no records response […]
Book Corner: Board Selections
The AARC is proud to announce the creation of a new resource for those who are new to the study of America's political assassinations.
We begin a series of new posts by AARC Board members and associates designed to provide a basic introduction to essential books and learning materials associated with the continuing investigation of President Kennedy's assassination.
Nooks and Crannies, Signposts and Scribbles
Offered for your consideration, bits and pieces: note cards containing interesting observations and intriguing facts presented by leading authorities, researchers, and historians, courtesy of the Assassination Archives and Research Center.
Announcing a new feature by AARC Board members and associates designed to provide a brief snapshot of interesting facts, anecdotes, and observations associated with the continuing study of President Kennedy's assassination.
Joint Venture with the Mary Ferrell Foundation
The AARC has partnered with the Mary Ferrell Foundation, supplying nearly a million pages of AARC records for browsing and searching via the MFF website. These records include massive CIA and FBI documents received as settlement for a lawsuit brought by Mark Allen, as well as other document collections on the John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy assassinations.
The Assassination Archives and Research Center was founded in 1984 to provide a permanent organization which would acquire, preserve, and disseminate information on political assassinations. The AARC is devoted to reaching the widest possible audience with this new information.
Courtesy of Jefferson Morley and JFK Facts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTgneJQxCts In this balanced 1976 interview with London’s Thames TV, we get a glimpse of James Angleton, slightly past his prime, but still a vintage Cold … [Read More...]
An Important Announcement:
The Mary Ferrell Foundation announces the launch of an invaluable new research tool: The JFK Database Explorer. This is a new tool to aid researchers delving into the large body of JFK assassination-related documents known as the "JFK Collection", a substantial portion of which is viewable on this website.
The JFK Database Explorer, utilizing a copy of the National Archives' database of metadata known as "RIF sheets", allows for browsing, searching, and filtering of the entire set of records processed under the JFK Records Act.