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- 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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Breaking Global News On Alleged Assassinations
DC 'Big Event' Boosts Pressure To Disclose Suppressed JFK Records
Nearly a score of conference speakers this month presented powerful evidence of a conspiracy to assassinate President John F. Kennedy in 1963 and to maintain a cover-up that exists to the present. Speakers documented again and again how a massive cover-up that began immediately after the president’s death has continued despite a unanimous congressional vote…
Mock Trial Video Series: State of Texas v Lee Harvey Oswald
Citizens Against Political Assassinations presents State of TX v Lee Harvey Oswald Mock Trial Video Series The courtroom drama that never had a chance to occur was held on Thursday, Nov. 16 and Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 at the South Texas College of Law Houston. . . . featuring world-renowned J.F.K. assassination experts. Fans of…
CAPA Overview As 3,539 More JFK Documents Are Released On Dec. 15
The National Archives announced on Dec. 15 the release of 3,539 additional documents subject to the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 (JFK Act). As an overview by CAPA (Citizens Against Political Assassination) of this JFK document release process: Officials said the release, made near the close of business in the…
More JFK Documents Released On Nov. 9
The National Archives announced on Nov. 9 release of 13,213 additional records pertaining to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas. Most of the documents were previously released in redacted form as part of a long-term process to comply with a 1992 federal law. More than four million pages have been released…
JFK Assassination: 553 Declassified CIA Records Released On Nov. 3
The National Archives announced the release on Nov. 3 of a third batch of JFK assassination-related documents this year. In contrast to the release on Oct. 26, this batch primarily contained CIA documents. Some were unredacted, and some were heavily redacted. So far, some four million pages of declassified documents relevant President John F. Kennedy's…
Trump Backs Off Promise To Release All Suppressed JFK Documents Today; Permits Partial Release
In a chaotic chapter of government efforts to suppress research into the evidence regarding President Kennedy's 1963 assassination, President Trump on Oct. 26 suddenly backed away from his promises this week to comply with a 1992 Congressional law and release all remaining JFK records related to the assassination. The president released in full via the…
CAPA Applauds Trump's Plan To Release Suppressed JFK Records
President Trump fulfilled important goals of CAPA and other transparency advocates around the world when he announced on Oct. 21 his plan to release remaining classified documents pertaining to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. “Subject to the receipt of further information, I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and classified…
Act Now To Stop Archives 'Fiasco' On JFK Records
Those researching the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy are becoming increasingly worried that President Trump and hence the National Archives staff are facing pressures that could thwart the full release of assassination records.. By unanimous votes in the U.S. House and Senate in 1992, Congress enacted the so-called "JFK Act" mandating a long…
See JFK Film 'The Searchers'
Documentary film maker Randy Benson has produced a highly praised documentary about those in the JFK research community who have worked tirelessly, often for decades, to establish the truth about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Benson is an award-winning film maker who teaches video at “I teach” at the Center for Documentary…
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 as well as domestic terror attacks, such as the Oklahoma City bombing and 9/11. Read more...
“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.