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Some people have an opinion on my work.

Steve Poritzky Feb 14th 2018.

I don’t know about Brian Doyle, and Debra Conway. but I do know that after years of studying the assassination, I thought I knew it all. that was until I started reading posts by Bart Kamp that led me to his “prayer man” website. there I was treated to some first rate research that opened my eyes to a vast new area of understanding about the so called “lunchroom encounter” and the possible position of Oswald on the front steps of the TSBD during the shooting. In short, Mr Kamp has been presenting astonishing evidence that Oswald may have indeed been the “prayer man” in the photo!! which, of course could turn the whole case against Oswald on it’s head once and for all. I don’t know what the actions of these people are, causing Mr Kamp to feel he has to return his awards, but from my experience of reading his website, he certainly has my vote of confidence. and I do look forward to reading more of Mr Kamp’s fine, and ground breaking research! as I’m sure Mr Kamp would agree, that more important than awards is the search for the truth, and the appreciation for those who are working hard to help uncover it. I’m sure that would be an award that Bart Kamp would certainly be entitled to. fight the good fight Bart!!!


Greg Burnham Feb. 11 2018.

The “Prayer Man” nonsense is being promoted by yet another snake oil salesman, Bart Kamp. He and Ralph “the fraud” Cinque should get a hotel room. I am so disgusted with these intellectually dishonest charlatans that I vigilantly avoid anything and everything with which they are involved.


Jim DiEugenio April 2017.

Last year at the JFK Lancer Conference in Dallas, Bart Kamp was awarded the New Frontier award. The citation stated that his work in reexamining the second floor encounter of Oswald with Texas School Book Depository foreman Roy Truly and motorcycle officer Marrion Baker utilized “a broad array of new data, including documents and statements of the participants and a variety of TSBD witnesses.” We agreed with this award and the description of the achievement. The second floor lunch encounter is a thread-worn shibboleth of the Warren Report that – like Oswald’s mail order rifle – the first generation of critics simply passed on; the notable exception being Harold Weisberg in his book Whitewash II. In Reclaiming Parkland, I began to question it, largely based on Marrion Baker’s first day affidavit, where the officer does not even mention the episode – or Oswald or Truly.  Even though, as he wrote the affidavit, Oswald was sitting across from him in the rather small witness room. In other words, after he had just stuck a gun in his stomach, Baker didn’t recognize him.

But Bart Kamp goes much further than that in his analysis. We are presenting a small part of that long essay here, with a link to the longer version at the admirable group Dealey Plaza UK. The new revised version of the essay, from which this part is adapted, will be posted there soon and we will link to it then. This is the kind of work, daring and original, questioning accepted paradigms with new and provocative evidence, that stands for.

JFK Lancer Nov 2016

“Bart’s work in re-examining the official story of the encounter with Lee Oswald Texas School Book Depository building second floor has brought forward a broad array of new data, including documents and statements of the participants and a variety of TSBD witnesses.”

Brian Doyle (one of the worst trolls in the JFK research community) commenting on a daily basis.

“Kamp is a liar.”