On behalf of the Founding Members, I would like to welcome you to the Assassination Of JFK Research Forum. It is our hope that your understanding of the significance of this seminal event will be broadened as a result of your participation here. We fully anticipate that your contributions to our effort will broaden our own understanding, as well as the understanding of all who join us. To this end, we have established clear guidelines in our Policy Statement. These Rules of Engagement are intended to safeguard the integrity of the forum by protecting all members from personal attacks of any kind. This forum is a flame free zone. Please read the Policy Statement before proceeding. By participating in the forum you are indicating your acceptance of those terms.
Let us remember that while the conducting of research can sometimes feel as though it is an end in itself, in reality, it is not. What we discover here has worth only when it is shared beyond the confines of the research community; else it is simply a sad case of preaching to the choir. In that spirit, all sincere researchers and students of the assassination are welcome here no matter their level of expertise.
We do not entertain the idea of a lone assassin here as it is disruptive to our goal of discovering and sharing the truth. Therefore any posts seeking to argue the case against Lee Harvey Oswald as if he was the lone assassin will be subject to immediate deletion and the poster of same will be placed on notice. No member will ever be required to agree with the opinion of another member or to have a pet theory of their own or to have completely solved the crime. The only requirement for membership is the acknowledgment that the official government account is worthy of rejection due to its wholly fallacious conclusion and the nature of its perfidy.
That the nation has never recovered from the cold-blooded murder of the 35th President of the United States—even after 50 years—speaks volumes. We are here to voice what those volumes speak.