I’m happy to announce that the Mary Ferrell Foundation site has begun the serialization of Tipping Point, my newest study of the JFK assassination. Tipping Point is the culmination of some 30 years of my own research, but it’s a work built on the efforts of a host of dedicated citizen researchers who have pursued the truth in the murder of President Kennedy for decades more.
Those efforts include the most recent work of a my friends David Boylan, Bill Simpich, Stuart Wexler, and others who have continued to dig into the documents, records and personal associations of the individuals discussed in Tipping Point. Their work in decoding CIA cryptonyms, pseudonyms, and aliases – and applying them to the immense number of operational CIA and FBI documents released since the passage of the JFK Records Act – has allowed us to make real strides in examining the assassination in light of the full context of national security events in 1963. Complementary historical work in State Department and military records has also has also revealed key information about geopolitics during the last year of the President’s life, information either unknown or intentionally withheld from the official investigations into the President’s murder.
To be clear, Tipping Point is a study of conspiracy in the assassination of President Kennedy. It does identify and discuss the tactics of the attack in Dallas, the assets developed to support various aspects of that action, and the unraveling of the full plan following the shooting of the president. However, it is not a study of shooting trajectories, or of the immense body of material taken into evidence and examined by the official inquiries into the murder – the “Introduction” section of Tipping Point clarifies why I did not follow that path, as so many others have over the decades.
Thanks to the efforts of Rex Bradford, Tipping Point will be serialized on the Mary Ferrell Foundation website. The Introduction is available now and new segments will be made live every week to two weeks. Given the extended citation links to documents and sources, each segment requires a good bit of work to set up on the site. The extended citations and commentaries in the end notes also led to the decision to publish Tipping Point as an actual book (print and electronic) which will be made available on Amazon early in 2021.
I’ll be happy to take questions on this blog as people read through it, or privately at my own email email@example.com
As to Tipping Point itself, you can now begin with the “Introduction”, that will give you a good idea of my path to this work, and why I settled on a “back door” approach to pursuing the conspiracy. You can find it at this link: