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Shane O'Sullivan Interview of Doug Horne About Z-Film Now Posted
My 60th Birthday
by Douglas Horne, author of Inside the Assassination Records Review Board

I'm pleased to announce that film-maker Shane O'Sullivan's interview of me about the Zapruder film, recorded in August of 2013, is now posted at the Vimeo site and available online at this link:


The interview focuses on the film's broken chain-of-custody the weekend of President Kennedy's assassination, and the two Zapruder film events at the CIA's NPIC (National Photographic Interpretation Center), which when viewed together, indicate that the Secret Service and the CIA were jointly executing a compartmentalized operation that weekend, involving two separate events at NPIC in which briefing boards were made from selected individual frames, and that sandwiched in-between these two "NPIC events," was the apparent alteration of the film at Kodak's R & D facility at Rochester, N.Y. (the "Hawkeye Plant").

I wrote extensively about the two NPIC events in both chapter 14 of my book, Inside the ARRB, and in a long essay published in 2012 by Lew Rockwell on his libertarian blogsite, which can be accessed here:


Now, for the first time, those who are interested in learning more about the "Zapruder Film Mystery" have a chance to better assess Dino Brugioni's credibility by watching significant excerpts from the 4 hour and 15 minute interview I recorded with him in 2011.  Dino's credentials are impeccable---this is the first thing one notices when one examines his bio on Wikipedia, or reads the books he has written (Photo Fakery; Eyeball to Eyeball; and Eye in the Sky).  Now that everyone has a chance to watch Dino at length in this Shane O'Sullivan film, you can all better assess his credibility "in person," as it were.  Dino Brugioni, in my opinion, sets the "Gold Standard" for honesty and credibility among former government officials.

Dino, who presided over NPIC event # 1 with the Zapruder film, and Homer McMahon (also an NPIC employee), who presided over NPIC event # 2, have together made invaluable contributions to our understanding of the true, or "hidden" history of the Zapruder film.

Enjoy the interview, and by all means do access the audio interview of Homer McMahon (talking about event # 2 at NPIC) made by the ARRB in 1997.  (It is available through the National Archives.)


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