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Developmental Editor: Dr. Julia Sandercock
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Video Producer and Sound Manager: John Morton
Resident Historian: Thomas Nagle
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Video: "Three Leaders" written by the Neapolis Media Group
Music: "Final Count" by Kevin MacLeod, Creative Commons (CC) 3.0 Generic License 
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Video Photography:
1. JFK: U.S. Embassy New Delhi Embassy, CC 2.0 Generic License
2. MLK: Martin Luther King, Jr. photographed by Marion S. Trikosko, LC-DIG-ppmsc-01269, Library of Congress, CC0 Public Domain 1.0 License
3. RFK: Robert F. Kennedy, Cabinet Room, White House, Washington D.C., 1964, Wikipedia Commons, Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library photo by Yoichi R. Okamoto, CC Public Domain 1.0 License
4. JFK & LBJ: New Delhi Embassy, CC 2.0 Generic License 
5. MLK: "I Have A Dream Speech", By: e-strategy, David Erickson, CC 2.0 Generic License
6. RFK: Core Rally Speech, Library of Congress, CC 3.0 Unported License

Website Photographs: 
1. JFK Page: John F. Kennedy, White House Press Office, 1961, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library, Boston, Public Domain Image, CC Public Domain 1.0 License
2. MLK Page: Martin Luther King, By Nobel Foundation ( [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons  
3. RFK Page: By Jac. de Nijs / Anefo (Nationaal Archief), CC BY-SA 3.0 nl , via Wikimedia Commons
4. Primary Evidence Collections Photograph, Interior of the British National Archives at Kew, England. CC Attribution 3.0 License (photograph has been edited and cropped)  
5. Primary Evidence Collections, Picture of Fidel Castro in 1978, Marcelo Montecino, CC 2.0 Generic License, Attribution and Share Alike
6. Improbability Vault, Photograph of the Vault in the State Library of New South Wales, Australia, CC 2.0 GL Attribution License
7. JFK Files Section, Photograph of JFK, The Kheel Center, Cornell University, CC 2.0 Generic Attribution License
8. RFK Files Section,  Robert F. Kennedy, Cabinet Room, White House, Washington D.C., 1964, Wikipedia Commons, Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library photograph by Yoichi R. Okamoto, CC Public Domain 1.0 License  
9. Cuban Relations, Photograph of Cuban Communist Headquarters, By Marco Zanferrari (Flickr), CC By-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
10. Evidence and the Big Easy II, Photograph of Canal Street in New Orleans, By Homini:) (originally posted to Flickr as [1]) CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
11. Who was QJ Win?, Photograph of Patrice Lamumba, By Nationaal Archief, Den Haag, Rijksfotoarchief: Fotocollectie Algemeen Nederlands Fotopersbureau (ANEFO), 1945-1989 - negatiefstroken zwart/wit, nummer toegang, bestanddeelnummer 910-9740 (Nationaal Archief Fotocollectie Anefo) CC BY-SA 3.0 nl, via Wikimedia Commons
12. The Rumor Heard Around the World, Photograph of General Edwin Walker, By Unknown military photographer (U.S. War Department), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
13. A Tale of Too Many Rifles, Photograph of Carcano, President's Commission Document 5
14. Who were Mr. and Mrs. Oswald, Photograph of LHO, President's Commission Document 1, FBI Summary Report
15. Ibid, Photograph of Marina Oswald, President's Commission Document 443, FBI Memorandum of FBI Summary Report of February 1, 1964, re: Oswald, misc. photographs
16. The Ghost of Speculations articles, Medieval Ghost, By Gallowglass (Own work) CC By-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
17. Imp. Vault, Photograph of Man and Cessna 185, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain
18. JFK Dealey Plaza Crime Scenes, Triple Overpass, Under the Overpass, Exiting Dealey Plaza, and Overpass walkway photographs, By: Patrick Feller, CC 3.0 Attribution License
19. Photograph of Tape Recorder, by AlejandroLinaresGarcia (Own work) CC By-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
20. Disputed Claims and Suspects article, Photograph of a Shadowy Figure, By: Fraser Mummery, CC 2.0 Generic Attribution License
21. A Brief History of Executive Action Article, Photo of MK13-Sniper Rifle, By: Program Executive Officer Soldier, Changed to black and white photo, CC 2.0 Generic License 
22. The Man About Town, Photograph of Woodrow Wilson High School, By: WWw1928, CC 3.0 Unported License
23. The Man About Town, Photograph of Vermejo Park Ranch, New Mexico, By: PDTillman, CC Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License
24. The Man About Town, Photograph of Neiman Marcus Store at Commerce and Ervay in Dallas, Texas, By: The Department Store Museum,
25. Primary Evidence Collection, MLK Case Related Documents, MLK and Correta Scott King, By Herman Hiller, New York World-Telegram & Sun, Library of Congress, Public Domain
26. PEC, Photograph of RFK at podium AJC speech, The Kheel Center, Cornell University, CC 2.0 Attribution Generic License 
27. PEC, JFK Case Files,  By Unknown or not provided (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
28. The CIA Man who considered using Oswald, Picture of the Left Bank -- off the Boulevard St Michel -- rue Monsieur Le Prince, By: Osbornb, CC Attribution 2.0, via flickr
29. Ignore the Bias and seek all the Evidence, Picture of Elaboration Likelihood Model, By: Vinchenzi, CC Attribution-Share/Alike 3.0 Unported Liscense, via Creative Commons
30. When Misinformation becomes Disinformation, Caricature of Alex Jones, By: ZCopley, CC 2.0 Attribution Generic Liscense, via Flickr
31. CIA Security Files, Photograph of Martin Luther King with Ralph Abernathy in Florida cropped, By Florida Memory [No restrictions or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
32. CIA Security Files, Photograph of Meyer Lansky ascending stairs, By:Orlando Fernandez, World Telegram staff photographer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
33. Evidence and the Big Easy, Magazine Street, Uptown New Orleans. 4900 block, lake side, By: Infrogmation of New Orleans,  CC Attribution-Share Alike Unported 3.0 Unported, via  Wikimedia Commons
34. Photograph of William Harvey, By: Alchetron, CC Attribution-share Alike Unported 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
35. Picture of Berlin, Bundesarchiv, B 145 Bild-F003013-0010, By: Brodde / CC Attribution-share Alike Unported 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
36. Picture of Lawrence Devlin, By: Alchetron, CC Attribution-share Alike Unported 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
37. Yawn Step 2, By: Let Me See Your Teeth, CC Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic via Wikimedia Commons
38. Picture of Bayard Rustin, By: Al Ravenna, New York World-Telegram and the Sun staff photographer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
39. Ivory Mask of Apollo, By: Carole Raddato, CC Attribution-share Alike 2.0, via Flickr and Wikipedia
40. Photograph of Priscilla J. McMillan, The Dick Cavett Show, November 1, 1977, Daphne Prodcutions, Inc.
41. Problems in Black and White, Photographs of Ricky and Tricia White, Joe West, and Jack Shaw, Dave Perry's John F. Kennedy Assassination Pages,
42. Problems in Black and White, I Was Mandarin, Photograph of Geneva Dees, Texas Monthly,
43. Nuclear Blast 1945, By: Thomas Williams, CC Attribution-share Alike Generic 2.0, via Flickr
44. Photos of Sam Kail and Balmes Hidalgo, Consolidated CIA Files, Greg Wagner,

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