University of Arkansas at Little Rock professor of Criminology, David Montague, with an exhaustive resume, plans to write a book about the JFK Assassination Records Review Board and the files it released. Formerly a staffer at the ARRB, he supports full disclosure of the record so the public can know what happened.
Arkansas Prof Will Get Inside Look at JFK Documents
By Jonathan Athens, KARK 4 News
September 14, 2012
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Fifteens years has passed since David Montague finished up with work with the U.S. Assassination Review Board. The board closed up in 1997 after completing its mission.
And now the National Archives are going to make public more documentation regarding the JFK assassination investigation, Montague said.
Kennedy was shot dead Nov. 22, 1963 while traveling through a plaza in Dallas, Texas. The killer was a former U.S. Marine, Lee Harvey Oswald, who was subsequently shot dead by Jack Ruby, a nightclub owner with known mob connections.
Conspiracy theories continue to swirl around the murder of the President in broad daylight but the official government explanation has remained the same—that Oswald was the gunman and that he acted alone.
Still, there are too many inconsistencies, coincidences and information gaps to convince skeptics and conspiracy theorists to believe the official explanation.
Montague plans on writing a book centered on how the board did its investigation into collecting all the documents.
He plans to have it finished next year, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s death.