JFK Part I: A National Security Event - Oswald Didn't Do It





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Published on Dec 6, 2012

Jim Fetzer 49th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination Part 1

A former Marine Corps officer, Jim Fetzer has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality.

McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11, and the plane crash that killed Sen. Paul Wellstone.

The founder of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, his latest books include The Evolution of Intelligence (2005), The 9/11 Conspiracy (2007), Render Unto Darwin (2007), and The Place of Probability in Science (2010).


James H. Fetzer
Distinguished McKnight University
Professor Emeritus
University of Minnesota Duluth

Department of Philosophy
University of Minnesota
10 University Drive
Duluth, MN 55812



NOTE: Around 16:00, when Jim is explaining Clint Hill's report of his actions in pushing Jackie back down, laying across their bodies in the back seat, peering down into the fist-sized blow-out at the back of his head and giving his colleagues a "thumbs down"--all before the limo reaches the Triple Underpass--he repeats the name, "Roy Kellerman", when he meant, "Clint Hill", in saying that "Roy Kellerman reported looking back and seeing Roy Kellerman [Clint Hill] lying across the trunk of the car, when it was actually the back seat". We have inserted a TEXT IMAGE SCREEN into the video to call attention to and correct for this error.

Note #2: The original version of this video was uploaded on 11/20/12, two days prior to the the 49th Anniversary event in San Francisco which Jim Fetzer attended as a speaker-presenter.

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