Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960s

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Event.png Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960s(Petition)  SpartacusRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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Date21 January 2019 - Present
Witnessed byGary Aguilar, Daniel Alcorn, Russ Baker, Alec Baldwin, G. Robert Blakey, Denise Faura Bohdan, Abraham Bolden, Rex Bradford, Douglas Caddy, Rodnell Collins, Debra Conway, David Crosby, Edward Curtin, Donald T. Curtis, Alan Dale, James DiEugenio, James Douglass, Laurie Dusek, Daniel Ellsberg, Karl Evanzz, Richard A. Falk, Isaac Newton Farris, Marie Fonzi, Libby Handros, Dan Hardway, Jacob Hornberger, Douglas Horne, Gayle Nix Jackson, Stephen Jaffe, James Jenkins, Robert F. Kennedy Jr, Bill Kelly, William Klaber, Andrew Kreig, John Kirby (director), Rev. James M. Lawson Jr., Jim Lesar, Edwin Lopez, David Mantik, Robert McClelland, Mark Crispin Miller, Jefferson Morley, John M. Newman, Len Osanic, Lisa Pease, William Pepper, Jerry Policoff, Rob Reiner, Abby Rockefeller, Dick Russell, Mort Sahl, Vincent Salandria, Martin Sheen, Lawrence P. Schnapf, E. Martin Schotz, Paul Schrade, Peter Dale Scott, John Simkin, Bill Simpich, Oliver Stone, Dan Storper, David Talbot, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Adam Walinsky, Benjamin Wecht, Cyril Wecht, Betty Windsor
Interests • JFK/Assassination
• Malcolm X/Assassination
• MLK/Assassination
• RFK/Assassination
DescriptionA call for a Truth And Reconciliation Committee

The Truth And Reconciliation Committee on the Assassinations Of The 1960s is outlined in a proposal to US Congress on 21 January 2019, signed by over 60 US citizens interested in finding the truth about the assassinations of the 1960s. It calls for a truth and reconciliation committee style public inquest into "the four major assassinations of the 1960s (of JFK, Malcolm X, MLK and RFK) that together had a disastrous impact on the course of American history."[1]

Sea change?

This request, on MLK Day, reflected a growing understanding that the truth has not been told about these assassinations and that their continued pernicious influence is at work in the world.[2]


The petition was reported by some commercially-controlled media, including MSN[3], the Washington Post[4] and the Daily Mail.[5]



Abby Rockefeller
Adam Walinsky
Gary AguilarA JFK assassination researcher
Alan Dale
Andrew Kreig
Russ BakerAuthor of a breathtakingly definitive account of the Bush Crime Family.
Alec Baldwin
Benjamin Wecht
Betty Windsor
Bill Kelly
Bill Simpich
Abraham BoldenSecret Service agent convicted on bogus charges when he blew the whistle to the Warren Commission.
Rex BradfordUS researcher who founded History Matters to facilitate distribution of documents about the JFK Assassination.
Douglas Caddy
Cyril Wecht
Dan Hardway
Dan Storper
Daniel Alcorn
David Crosby
Debra Conway
Denise Faura Bohdan
James DiEugenioA JFK assassination researcher
Donald T. Curtis
Douglas Horne
James DouglassAuthor of a number of books on the assassinations of the 1960s, including JFK and The Unspeakable
E. Martin Schotz
Edward Curtin
Edwin Lopez
Daniel EllsbergA feted whistleblower who exposed some details of how the US government was waging the Vietnam War. The fact that he was not persecuted has lead several commentators to suggest that he may not in fact have been all he appears to be. Specifically, the Pentagon Papers may have been a limited hangout.
Richard FalkProfessor Emeritus of International Law at Princeton University and former UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories
G. Robert Blakey
Gayle Nix Jackson
Isaac Newton Farris
Jacob Hornberger
James Jenkins
Jerry Policoff
John Kirby (director)
Robert F. Kennedy JrProminent vaccine and environmental safety activist
Karl Evanzz
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
Laurie Dusek
Lawrence P. Schnapf
Jim Lesar
Libby Handros
David MantikAn assistant professor of physics and researcher into the JFK assassination
Marie Fonzi
Mark Crispin MillerA professor of journalism and prominent critic of commercially-controlled media
Jefferson MorleyUS journalist who founded of The Deep State Blog
John NewmanFounded The Coalition on Political Assassinations.
Len OsanicProducer of Black Op Radio, a comprehensive radio show focused on the JFK assassination.
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