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Interview with Dr. Josiah Thompson

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Interview with Dr. Josiah Thompson

Post by Alan Dale on Sat 14 Dec 2013, 6:24 am

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Dr. Thompson is a distinguished author, investigator and educator. He is a former professor of Philosophy at Yale and Haverford College. In 1966 he was the author of an incisive commentary on the work of Richard H. Popkin's reconstruction of President Kennedy's assassination published in the New York Review of Books. And in 1967, his landmark work, 6 Seconds In Dallas became one of the decade's most balanced and influential examinations of the assassination. He is the author of two books on Kierkegaard, and in 1998 he published a memoir of his experience as a private investigator, Gumshoe: Reflections In A Private Eye. He is the subject of a series of interviews, referred to as Op. Docs conducted by Academy Award winning documentary film maker, Errol Morris, and made available through the New York Times website. His latest, as yet unpublished, book is Last Second In Dallas.
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Re: Interview with Dr. Josiah Thompson

Post by Guest on Sat 14 Dec 2013, 7:08 am

Sorry to disagree with you here Alan, but your first sentence should consist of:

"Dr. Thompson is an author."

Each to their own I suppose.

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Re: Interview with Dr. Josiah Thompson

Post by Alan Dale on Sat 14 Dec 2013, 8:44 am

Hi Lee,

I understand. My objective with some of these programs is simply to document the current thinking and the personal journeys of a number of figures whose stories are a part of these investigations. I'm hopeful there is value in providing a snapshot, a 50-year mile marker, to document the stories of some of our senior investigators.

Thank you for listening. I appreciate your comment.

Alan

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Re: Interview with Dr. Josiah Thompson

Post by Guest on Sun 15 Dec 2013, 4:12 am

Hi Alan,

I really appreciate what you are doing and I think everyone understands my feelings about Dr. Tinky-Wink Thompson.

I don't trust much of what he's got to say.

Lee

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