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By the time the House Select Committee on Assassinations convened in the mid-1970s to probe the Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr.
The Warren Report concluded that he was the lone killer, but a later investigation by the House Select Committee on Assassinations during the late 1970s found that President Kennedy had been killed as a result of a conspiracy.
Back in 1979, sound scientist Dr James Barger testified to the House Select Committee on Assassinations that the tape proved the shot was fired from the notorious "grassy knoll" and not the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository where Oswald was hiding out.
The House Select Committee on Assassinations was so suspicious of Shaw that, in a recently declassified fifteen-page memo, staff counsel Jonathan Blackmer wrote, "We have reason to believe Shaw was heavily involved in the anti Castro efforts in New Orleans in the 1960s and was possibly one of the high-level planners of the assassination or 'cut out' to the planners of the assassination.
Following the release of Stone's film JFK that same year, there was a public clamor to open the files of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, and Hamilton, prodded by his young aide, was at its head.
House Select Committee on Assassinations tested the rifle in the 1970s, but could not establish beyond a scientific doubt that it was the murder weapon.
The animators used survey data, photographs and films taken at the time of the assassination, lists of bullet trajectories and wound locations specified by assassination theorists, the Warren Commission and the House Select Committee on Assassinations as further research material to help re-create Dealey Plaza on that fateful day.
Robert Tanenbaum, former deputy counsel for the House Select Committee on Assassinations during the late 1970s, encouraged the board to settle for nothing less than the complete, unaltered release of documents now held by agencies including the FBI and CIA.