Friday, 15 March 2013

Greg Parker's assassination forum

If you’re looking for a forum to discuss the assassination of President Kennedy without being harassed by trolls and bullshit artists who are only interested in promoting their own theories (rather than seeking the truth behind the assassination), then look no further than Greg Parker’s website, which is entitled Reopen Kennedy Case. I had always been hesitant to join any forum due to the presence of trolls and bullshit artists; however, I can assure you, this is not a problem one will encounter on Parker’s forum.

Parker has been researching the assassination since the year 2000, and in my opinion, he is one of the most competent and honest researchers I have ever encountered. Members of his forum include some of the best JFK assassination researchers one could ask for, such as Lee Farley, Frankie Vegas, and Robert Charles-Dunne. Parker's website can be viewed here, and membership is absolutely free. However, once you register as a member, you will need to activate your account via a link in an email you receive confirming your membership.

Now, it’s not my intention to discourage people from joining other forums to discuss the assassination. One other forum I highly recommend is JFK Lancer, which is run by Debra Conway. There are many highly competent researchers on that forum, but it also has its fair share of bullshit artists, such as the Ralph Cinque – whose only agenda is to prove that Oswald was actually standing outside the TSBD at the time of the assassination (please refer to this article on my blog for more information).

I should also add that Parker’s forum is not limited to discussing the assassination of President Kennedy. There are also discussions concerning the assassination of Robert Kennedy, Government agencies, assassinations in general, and much more. I highly recommend you take the time to read through Parker’s excellent website; if you haven’t already.

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