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Rush to Judgment (1967)

Mark Lane interviews witnesses to the Kennedy assassination and exposes serious flaws in the conclusions made by the Warren Commission.

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Credited cast:
Mark Lane ...
Himself - Presenter and Interviewer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
L.E. Bowers Jr. ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Charles Brehm ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Acquilla Clemons ...
Herself - Witness to Tippit Murder (as Mrs. Acquilla Clemons)
Napoleon J. Daniels ...
Himself - Witness to Oswald Murder
Nelson Delgado ...
Himself - USMC, Trained with Oswald (as Sgt. Nelson Delgado)
Richard C. Dodd ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Nancy Hamilton ...
Herself - Employee at Ruby's Club
S.M. Holland ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Joseph W. Johnson ...
Himself - Employee at Ruby's Club
Penn Jones Jr. ...
Himself - Editor and Publisher, Midlothian News
Mary Moorman ...
Herself - Witness to Assassination, Took Photos
Orville Nix ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination, Took Photos
J.C. Price ...
Himself - Witness to Assassination
Warren Reynolds ...
Himself - Witness to Tippit Murder, Shot
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Mark Lane interviews witnesses to the Kennedy assassination and exposes serious flaws in the conclusions made by the Warren Commission.

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Mark Lane did the research community a great service
30 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

I viewed Rush to Judgment when it came out in 1967. It was four years since the assassination and there wasn't a lot of information about the Dallas tragedy, except for what the government wanted its citizens to know. It would take decades to get to the level of knowledge we now have in the year 2006. In 1967, we didn't know that commission member Gerald Ford altered the location of JFK's back wound to a neck wound, thus facilitating the ridiculous single bullet theory.

So when Mark Lane presented his movie, "Rush To Judgment," the information he provided in it was of tremendous importance to the JFK research community. We will always be indebted to the work and courage that Mark Lane showed in providing this most important and informative movie.


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