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- Work to get the JFK records
- Petition Congress and the National Archives to see to the enforcement of the JFK Act, hold public hearings on missing and destroyed records and ensure the October 2017 date for release of the last records is met.
- Sue the government to locate and obtain the release of all assassination records – including the records of the CIA, Secret Service, ONI, NSA and WHCA.
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SAVE the Date!
CAPA is planning an in-person conference this year, barring any unforeseen events. The conference will be held at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel. The hotel is less than a mile from Dealey Plaza and there is a DART station across the street. There will be a banquet on Saturday night and a breakfast Monday the 22nd before the JFK remembrance at Dealey Plaza at 12:30.
Here is what we have confirmed so far:
Since the JFK/Media Panel was so successful last year, we are planning on having it again with some new participants. We are planning to have a half-day on the subject of “The JFK Assassination and the Media,” a topic that has not been discussed and investigated by the mainstream media.
Tink Thompson and Gary Aguilar will speak about Tink’s new book, “Last Second in Dallas.”
James Wagenvoord will speak about his experiences working at Life magazine in 1963. He spoke last year but has much more to share.
Russell Kent, who spoke last year about the House Select Committee on Assassinations Forensic Pathology Panel, will speak about his new book, “JFK: Medical Betrayal.”
Stephen Jaffee is the last living investigator on the staff of Jim Garrison, was the producer of the film “Executive Action,” and also worked with Mark Lane on his documentary “Rush to Judgment” updating it with new evidence. He is allowing us to show the updated film and will take questions via Zoom about his time with Garrison, working with Mark Lane, and the film “Executive Action.”
Andrew Kiel will speak on J. Edgar Hoover, LBJ, and the Secret Service presenting additional information not included in his previous talk.
We are working on other possibilities for the conference, and will provide further updates as we proceed closer to the date of the conference.
We are again planning a special day for high school, college, and law school students. This will be held online, as it was last year, on Friday, November 19. We want to get more young people interested in this tragic event that changed the course of our country and hopefully enlist them in our cause. We are planning a program that will give them the opportunity to see what President Kennedy was like as a person and a president and educate them about the truth of the assassination. The event will be free to students attending high schools, universities and law schools. If anyone has suggestions for schools or national organizations you think might be interested, please let us know and we will send out invitations.
CAPA Advocates Disclosure On Political Assassinations
Americans deserve prompt and thorough disclosure of the facts surrounding the nation’s major assassinations, according to a new research group on the occasion of the annual “Sunshine Week,” celebrated by open government advocates beginning March 13.
As an initial goal, Citizens Against Political Assassinations (CAPA), a non-partisan umbrella group, seeks withheld records pertaining to the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, and the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, both in 1968.
“CAPA seeks release of the remaining JFK records with a minimum of redactions, which can obscure vital information,” said CAPA Chairman Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., a prominent expert in forensic pathology for five decades. “We shall also file Freedom of Information Act requests and similar legal actions to enforce the law and undertake public education efforts to show the importance of disclosure to new generations.” Wecht is a consultant, medical school professor, author, and former county coroner for two decades in Pennsylvania.
Major Assassinations, Commissions, Archives, Analysis
Archives, Commissions, Reports
National Archives and Records Administration
House Select Committee on Assassinations
Jim Garrison Trial
Mary Ferrell Foundation
The Assassination Archives and Research Center
Wecht Forensic Institute
JFKCounterCoup by Bill Kelly
Justice Integrity Project by Andrew Kreig
Kennedys & King (formerly CTKA) by James DiEugenio
Spartacus Educational by John Simkin
Black Op Radio Show by Len Osanic
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CAPA Mission Statement
We oppose the use of political assassination as a means to obtain or maintain power and are committed to support those who determine the truth, seek justice, and educate people on the dangers assassination poses to our society.
Political assassination is the most serious threat to democratic government and it occurs somewhere every day, usually as a convenient means of maintaining and controlling power. That’s why it is important to support those who focus on and study political assassinations as a tactic that must be opposed.
We want to live in a country where murders will not go unpunished and where the democratic processes cannot be frustrated by individuals, agencies or organizations who oppose the popular will and violate the Constitution.
Five decades of independent research have demonstrated that the American system is unable to effectively address crimes that have the potential of exposing groups with radical and socially explosive motives. There is strong evidence that lead key decision makers compromised investigations and manipulated official conclusions at both the state and national levels. Examples of such compromised legal inquiries include the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Medgar Evers.
“When powerful organized interests conspire to remove those leaders who threaten them then the very core of democracy is compromised.” -- Philip H. Melanson, Ph.D.