From Shane O’Sullivan, producer of Killing Oswald
Following the release of my documentary Killing Oswald for the 50th anniversary, I’ve now published a number of extra features of interest to JFK researchers.
The Zapruder Film Mystery
While serving as chief analyst of military records at the Assassination Records Review Board in 1997, Douglas Horne discovered that the Zapruder Film was examined by the CIA’s National Photographic Interpretation Center two days after the assassination. In this film, Horne interviews legendary NPIC photo interpreter Dino Brugioni, who speaks for the first time about another NPIC examination of the film the day after the assassination. Brugioni didn’t know about the second examination and believes the Zapruder Film in the archives today is not the film he saw the day after the assassination. Drawing on Volume 4 of his book “Inside the ARRB”, Doug Horne introduces the subject and presents his conclusions (85 mins)
JFK – The Medical Cover-Up
While serving as chief analyst of military records at the Assassination Records Review Board in the nineties, Douglas Horne examined serious anomalies in the medical evidence in the JFK case. In this film, Horne draws on his book “Inside the ARRB” to present a comprehensive overview of the missing, altered and fraudulent evidence that indicates a cover-up by multiple agencies of the government. Their mission – to hide the true nature of President Kennedy’s wounds and purge all trace of a conspiracy (76 mins)
Antonio Veciana interview
In Killing Oswald, Antonio Veciana speaks about his relationship with Maurice Bishop. Here’s the rest of the interview, where he describes how he began his revolutionary activities against Castro and how he first met Bishop – the man he now admits was David Atlee Phillips. Filmed in Miami, November 2006.
Eugenio Martinez interview
In Killing Oswald, Eugenio Martinez speaks about the Kennedys, the Bay of Pigs and his role in the secret war on Castro. Here’s the rest of the interview, filmed in Miami in August 2013.
“Shane O’Sullivan has made a major contribution to the Kennedy assassination field with his compelling new documentary Killing Oswald. O’Sullivan manages to decipher the enigma that was Lee Harvey Oswald – no easy feat since the story of the alleged assassin has been subjected to so much artful manipulation over the past half century. Killing Oswald presents a clear picture of how a young high-school dropout with grand ambitions was caught in the grip of powerful forces that had other, more tragic plans for him” – David Talbot
“I do not agree with all of it but it is far superior to any of the TV shows [broadcast for the anniversary]…the use of original footage is absolutely outstanding” – David Kaiser
“Everybody should watch Killing Oswald. The best documentary on the assassination of JFK I have seen” – John Simkin, Education Forum
“Killing Oswald raises questions that I haven’t seen consolidated like this before, via several experts and remarkable archival footage. It’s a very good documentary, and I recommend it highly” – Dick Russell
“The best JFK documentary of the year” – Jefferson Morley
These videos can also be accessed on the Vimeo and Youtube channels below: