How the CIA Edited the Zapruder Film

by Douglas P. Horne

Most Americans
don’t know anything about the two significant events involving the
famous Zapruder film of President Kennedy’s Assassination that took
place back-to-back, on successive nights, at the CIA’s National
Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC) – in Washington, D.C.
– on the weekend immediately following JFK’s assassination. But
anyone evenly remotely interested in what is perhaps the key piece
of film evidence in the Kennedy assassination – what for decades
was viewed as the “bedrock evidence” in the case, the “closest thing
to ground truth” – needs to become acquainted with what happened
to Abraham Zapruder’s home movie of JFK’s assassination during the
three days immediately following President Kennedy’s death.  Why? 

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