Assassination Research provides an international medium for discussion
and debate of important and controversial issues within its areas of editorial
focus. Well-reasoned contributions from diverse perspectives are welcome.

This journal is intended to foster a tradition of rational criticism within
the assassination research community for the benefit of its own members, the
general public, the national and the international media, and the government.

All submissions will be subject to review. Emphasis will be given to the
quality of reasoning and the scope and nature of the evidence discussed.
Information about submissions may be found on the Submissions page.


The Assassination of John F. Kennedy
The Warren Report
The Medical Evidence
The Autopsy
The Physical Evidence
The Photographic Evidence
The Zapruder Film
Eyewitness and Acoustical Reports
Means and Motives
The Role of the Media
Disinformation and Propaganda
The HSCA Inquiry
Political Assassination: Historical and Cultural Contexts
Assassination Art: Literature, Film, Theater, Visual Media
Assassination Scholarship and Analysis: Critical Overviews
Toward Truth and Justice


Peter Dale Scott, David W. Mantik, Noel Twyman, Stewart Galanor,
Michael Kurtz, Douglas Weldon, Vince Palamara, Ian Griggs,
Doug Horne, John Newman, Cyril H. Wecht