November In Dallas Conferences

Sherry Fiester
  Since 1996, JFK Lancer has proudly hosted a yearly conference in Dallas, Texas called November in Dallas, or NID, held each year on November 22, in recognition of President Kennedy's assassination in 1963 during his parade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, beside the grassy knoll.

Each year we honor his legacy with a Dealey Plaza remembrance ceremony, and the continued mission to understand the facts of his assassination. Speakers and guests from all over the globe come together to share the latest findings in the case, revisit eyewitness testimonies, and dare to challenge the status quo.

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Mr. & Mrs. Rollie Zavada

William Law & James Tague
  2013 marked the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination and was our largest conference to date, with around 30 speakers and over 400 guests in attendance. For DVDs and information on a specific conference, click the links below.

JFK Lancer November in Dallas Conference attendees have had many opportunities in the past to hear first person accounts of witnesses to the 1963 events in Dallas; including Beverly Oliver, Jean Hill, Paul O'Connor, Dennis David, Ed Hoffman, Harold A. (Skip) Rydberg, Bobby Hargis, Bill and Jean Newman, James Tague and FBI Special Agent James Hosty. Also, Kerry McCarthy, Abraham Bolden, Gail Nix Jackson, Jim Jenkins, Dr. Toni Glover, Buell Wesley Frazier, Dr. Robert McClelland, Dr. William Zedlitz, Anne Dischler, Madeleine Brown and Ed Martino.

JFK Lancer does not necessarily endorse the findings or conclusions of the speakers or any presentations made at the November In Dallas Conferences. While we strive to host a professional conference holding our presenters to the highest standards, we make no claims, guarantees or promises about the accuracy, currency, or completeness of the information provided and are not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for results obtained from the use of the information. Please contact each speaker directly for additional questions or concerns.

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