Jeff Worcester is a veteran political, nonprofit, and public relations professional. Over the course of the last decade, he has led electoral and issue-based campaigns on behalf of worthy candidates and causes across the country. Previously, he served for ten years with distinction in the public safety sector.
CENTER FOR DEEP POLITICAL RESEARCH
As co-founder and president of the Center for Deep Political Research, Worcester and his team have set out to establish a nonpartisan think-tank that will ultimately serve as the premier venue for journalists, and citizen researchers alike, dedicated to the dissemination of existing and new research in counter-measure to official versions of Deep State-orchestrated events. Prior to 2016, he had largely been investigating these "deep events" on his own time, while his days were ironically spent working for some of the very elected officials whose Constitutional authority had been subverted by the U.S. military and intelligence complex for well over a half century.
CONSPIRINORMAL INTERVIEW (2017)
In an April 2017 Conspirinormal podcast interview, Worcester became the first known, most established member of either major political party to talk intelligibly about the existence of the genuine Deep State. After the taping, Worcester concluded that his on-the-record comments on these subjects were likely to cost him his career in professional politics. "If you talk about the Deep State, you're in bed with [President] Trump, [Steve] Bannon, and the so-called 'Alt-Right' movement," he continued. "Sadly, many of my friends in the Democratic Party see the world in black and white, just like the establishment Republicans do. The nefarious networks lurking within America's unelected Deep State, however, operate in ever-changing shades of grey."
Worcester went on to say that he would continue to talk about the cabals, cliques, and machinations of the Deep State, regardless of the negative impact that doing so could have on his political career. "As long as [the Deep State] lives on, carrying out its own criminal agendas and subverting our electoral processes, I will make sure the American people know about it," he said.
Richard Bartholomew is an editorial cartoonist. His talent, education, training, and professional experience have been primarily in the visual arts. His historiography and criminal investigations of the JFK assassination were initially motivated by a civic duty to report a suspicious automobile fitting the description of a getaway car seen by several witnesses leaving Dealey Plaza in his hometown of Dallas.
Bartholomew's investigative work has been more in the tradition of a self-taught Sherlock Holmes than a professional Inspector Lestrade.
His research of the JFK assassination includes his discovery of a 1959 Rambler station wagon possibly used in the conspiracy; a study co-authored with Walter F. Graf involving a rifle clip that contaminates the ballistic evidence; a chronological reconstruction and placement of missing movements edited out of the Zapruder film; an in-depth interview of Erwin Schwartz, with author Noel Twyman, regarding Mr. Schwartz's and Mr. Zapruder's early chain of possession of Zapruder's film; and work for author Barr McClellan resulting in Bartholomew's monograph establishing the methods by which the FBI and the Warren Commission concealed and obfuscated latent fingerprints from the alleged sniper's nest.
Bartholomew's research has been presented at scholarly conferences, and published in books and journals on the JFK assassination. In two decades, his findings have had no serious, negative criticism in a field rife with such.
Randolph Benson's work has garnered numerous awards, most notably an Academy Award for Best Student Documentary at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Academy Awards. Benson received an Eastman Kodak Excellence in Filmmaking Award at the Cannes Film Festival and a First Appearance Award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam. He has been an instructor of film and video at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University for over a decade, and he serves on Award Juries at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival (Durham, NC, USA) and the Let’s All Be Free Film Festival (London, UK).
Fourteen years in the making, The Searchers - A Portrait of Researchers of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy uses never before seen interviews, archival footage, and recently declassified documents to chronicle the past and present research efforts of these ordinary citizens and their contributions to revealing the truth about the greatest crime of the 20th century.
Suffering ridicule and being labeled with the intellectual scarlet letter of "conspiracy theorists", these individuals have challenged the institutions of power for over 50 years. They have fought against great odds to, as they often proclaim, "take back our history"!
Joseph E. Green is a historian, social justice activist, documentary filmmaker, playwright, and the co-founder of Say Something Real Publishing. He is also the author of eight books, including: Dissenting Views, Dissenting Views II, The Conspiracy Fun Book, Einstein’s Wrong about Everything and The Dull are the Damned. In addition to his work on behalf of CDPR, he currently serves on the board of directors at the Hidden History Center, and is a former affiliate of the now-defunct Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA).
As a public speaker, Green has been a reoccurring guest on Black Op Radio. He has also been featured on The Lone Gunman with Rob Clark, The Ochelli Effect, and The Vinny Eastwood Show. Additionally, he has presented work at conferences hosted by the Coalition on Political Assassinations, and delivered speeches at the National Press Club (2014) in Washington, DC, and at Brave New Books (2010) in Austin, TX .
A member of the Dramatists Guild of America, Green recently served as a story and research consultant for the upcoming film, Dallas in Wonderland, and also co-wrote and co-produced the documentary, King Kill 63, starring Oliver Stone, which debuted at the Dallas International Film Festival in 2015.
David Denton has served as a social science instructor at Olney Central College in Illinois since 1990. He has given numerous presentations across Illinois and Indiana at both public libraries and forums. He participated in the Illinois Humanities Council speakers’ bureau from 1995 to 2002, giving presentations on the Vietnam War, Lee Harvey Oswald and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Denton directed an oral history project exploring the Vietnam War, 25 years later. The work, funded through the Illinois Humanities Council, features interviews with 125 veterans from Illinois and across the nation. The resulting 600-page document was distributed to local libraries. He also produced the video documentary, Victory on the Homefront: Remembrances of Lawrence and Richland Counties During World War II. The IHC-funded project includes interviews with Lawrence and Richland County residents, detailing the activities, sacrifices and patriotism they experienced while living on the home-front.
Denton became interested in the JFK assassination in the late 1980s and for the last decade has attended historical symposiums on the subject in Dallas, Texas. He has interviewed several people associated with the case and has researched hundreds of documents related to both Kennedy and Oswald. In 2001, he began teaching a course on political assassinations of the 1960s, which explores the deaths of President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr.
Denton holds both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from Eastern Illinois University. He was the 1999 recipient of the OCC Alumnus Award.