Neurosurgery professor to defend the Warren Commission this Fri. in Washington, D.C.

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    This Friday afternoon at Mariott's Wardman Park Hotel in Washington,
    D.C., Michael Levy, MD, Ph.D., professor of Neurosurgery, University
    of California, San Diego, will be delivering a presentation entitled,
    "The Forensic Analysis of the Wounds of President John F. Kennedy." s
    of JFK's Head Injury and Its Consistency with the Hypothesis of the
    Lone Assassin."

    His presentation is a follow-up to a paper he published in the
    "peer-reviewed" journal, "Neurosurgery": "A Neuroforensic Analysis of
    JFK's Injuries," in the June, 2004 issue. [54(6)1298 - 1312.]

    Following his talk, I will be giving a talk entitled,
    "What Do We Really Know about JFK's Head Injury? Misperceptions about
    JFK's Medical/Autopsy Evidence"

    These lectures are part of the three-day conference, "The Warren
    Report and Its Legacy" and interested parties are invited to attend.

    Where — the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington DC.
    When — September 17-19, 2004 (Friday, Saturday and half-day Sunday).
    Hotel Reservations — call (800) 228-9290 or (202) 328-2983 and state
    that you will be attending the "Warren Report" conference.

    Conference Registration — call AARC at (202) 628-6608.

    The conference will feature talks and discussions by the leading
    experts on the many controversies spawned by the Warren Report and
    subsequent official investigations. These authorities will include
    prominent doctors, lawyers, scientists, historians and journalists.
    They will address a wide range of topics, including the creation of
    the Commission; the relationship of the Commission to the CIA and the
    FBI; the evidence of conspiracy overlooked, misrepresented, distorted
    or avoided by the Commission; the impact of the Warren Report on
    public trust in government; the journalistic response to the Warren
    Report; the impact of the Warren Report on the September 11 Commission
    or subsequent investigations; and the latest news regarding the recent
    revelation that the CIA subverted the Congressional investigation into
    President Kennedy's assassination. The conference will also discuss
    the prospects for further official investigations and the need for new
    legislation to restore and expand citizen access to Kennedy
    assassination information which has been curtailed since the demise of
    the Assassination Records Review Board.

    The conference is co-sponsored by the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of
    Forensic Science and Law and the Committee for an Open Archive.

    Gary Aguilar
     
    Gary Aguilar, Sep 15, 2004
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