Solving JFK examines each issue in the JFK Assassination by looking at the arguments from both those who believe Oswald acted alone and those who believe there was a conspiracy to kill president Kennedy. Host Matt Crumpton analyzes each tree in the forest and then zooms out to look at the big picture. Objective truth is the paramount goal of the podcast, with every factual proposition cited. In season one, we look at whether the Warren Report got it right that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin, and if not, what the open questions are that still need to be resolved.
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In this Season 1 conclusion episode, we’ll go over the list of tough positions that Warren Report defenders and critics alike are signing up to defend. Then, I’ll share my conclusions for the 15 most important questions that we set out to answer in E... more
In this episode we recap the main points and arguments from episodes 20-26, and also look at rebuttals that were sent in by listeners. We’ll look at the firing tests of the expert marksmen, Oswald’s skills as a shooter, and the allegation that the sh... more
In this episode, we zoom in to the actions of Jack Ruby on the weekend of the assassination. In the hours and days leading up to the time he shot Oswald, did he take what was Ruby up to? Did he suddenly decide to kill Oswald or was it premeditated? M... more
The premise of the podcast is interesting: someone without a strong point of view going through the facts and competing theories of the assassination. more
One of my most favourite podcasts! Matt keeps you interested all the way, doesn’t ramble and is able to analyze all points of view without adding in any of his bias one way or another. Highly recommended for Warren Commission Believers or Conspiracy Theory Enthusiasts alike!
Very thorough, no b.s., and no commercials. What more could a listener ask for?
I can’t stop listening to this. I love how the facts, as well as the source, is brought out. You can do your own digging! I have been studying this issue for years and there is constantly new info brought to life! more
Great Podcast!! I love how Matt takes a very unbiased approach and looks at available evidence. I find myself looking forward to all the new episodes and I’ve been listening to all the previous podcasts. Keep um coming! Aloha 🤙🏼
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Solving JFK launched a year ago and published 33 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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