Part One covers the first day of the conference, including presentations by Vincent Salandria and Dr. E. Martin Schotz.
Part Two includes presentations by William Turner, James DiEugenio, and William Davy.
Part Three highlights presentations by Mark Lane and Christopher Sharrett.
The ARRB Panel Opinions and observations on the now-defunct ARRB were offered by former Board Chair John Tunheim, Jim Lesar, John Newman, and Jim DiEugenio.
The RFK Panel The assassination of RFK was reviewed by William Turner, Lisa Pease, and current Sirhan Sirhan attorney Lawrence Teeter.
Dallas '98 is a survey of the Lancer conference from a British perspective. Article by Ian Griggs.
The Paine Panel New information on what one panelist referred to as "the couple we love to hate."
The Evidence Not Shown details evidence tending to vindicate Oswald, but suppressed by the authorities. This is a short version of John Armstrong's presentation.
A 1999 Imperative With the ARRB gone, what now? A version of the following article was presented by Chris Courtwright at the Lancer conference.
The Medical Depositions As this Fair Play is uploaded, this article is not yet complete. Joseph Backes says it will concentrate "on Doug Horne's presentation on the Two Brains hypothesis." We hope to have it by mid-January.
Evica Retires Shortly after the November in Dallas conference, George Michael Evica announced his intention to leave Lancer.
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