Jim Fetzer is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, and has published extensively in the philosophy of science. Jim has edited three books on the death of JFK which include Assassination Science, Murder in Dealey Plaza, and The Great Zapruder Film Hoax. He also maintains a website devoted to this and related subjects at www.assassinationscience.com. In addition, Jim has appeared on more than 250 radio and talk shows discussing the death of JFK.
The 9-11 attacks were an "inside job" orchestrated by factions within the United States, according to three guests who shared their theories and evidence. ... More »Host: George Noory
This special show looking into the JFK assassination featured three separate researchers each with their own hour. Jim Fetzer led off, calling the assassination "a meticulously planned" and "carefully executed" operation, in which the Secret Service was complicit. There were multiple gunmen, and Kennedy was hit four times, he said. He pinned the crime on a number of organizations including the Mafia, the CIA and the military, as well as LBJ. Further, Fetzer claimed the FBI was involved in the cover-up which included the altering of X-rays and an autopsy report.Next, author January Jones offered a different spin, theorizing that the wealthy and powerful Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis had JFK killed so that he could marry Jackie Kennedy. ... More »Host: George Noory
In a rebroadcast of the 4-hour "JFK Panel" from 11/20/03, Jim Marrs, Jim diEugenio, Zach Shelton, and James Fetzer shared assassination theories and evidence. ... More »Host: George Noory
With the 40th anniversary of the JFK assassination just around the corner, Thursday's program featured 4 guests sharing their views of the shattering event. In the first hour,Investigator Zach Shelton and journalist Jim Marrs (jimmarrs.com) appeared together. Shelton gave details of his interview with two FBI agents who were present at the autopsy, as well as his conversation with "James Files," a man who claims to have fired a shot on the grassy knoll and worked for both the Mafia and the CIA. Marrs ultimately pinned the assassination on LBJ and J. Edgar Hoover, who were "both connected to organized crime and hated Kennedy." They were able to sidetrack the investigation and destroy evidence turning the case from "a Texas homicide to a national coup d'etat," he said. A professor and the editor of Assassination Science, Jim Fetzer, was the guest for the middle two hours of the show. Incensed by the ABC News program on the assassination that had aired earlier that night, ... More »Host: George Noory
On 22 November 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, while his motorcade passed through Dealey Plaza. On 29 November 1963, Lyndon Baines Johnson, 36th President of the United States, appointed a panel of inquiry--chaired by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Earl Warren--to investigate the death of his predecessor. A summary of its conclusions--technically only an advisory report to the president--was published on 27 September 1964. Twenty-six volumes of related testimony and exhibits were published on 23 November 1964. These are among the very few undisputed facts about the death of JFK. Now we know more.ÃŠ James H. Fetzer is Disintinguished McKnight University Professor at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett