This is the major online collection on the Kennedy assassination. It offers 35,000 pages of reports and documents including the 1964 Warren Commission investigation, with all 26 volumes of the hearings, exhibits and the final report which concluded that Oswald had acted alone. Also on this site is the 1978-79 House Select Committee on Assassinations’s appendices and its final report which concluded that Oswald was only one of two gunmen that day.
Kenneth A. Rahn at the University of Rhode Island has posted here on his web site the whole collection of his course’s reading, “Understanding the Assassination with Principles of Evidence, Critical Thinking and Physical Science”
Ralph Schuster is a German based researcher. He runs one of the more popular conspiracy websites (which includes a handy set of Frequently Asked Questions and gives a list of all the convenient/coincidental deaths. There is also a complete, downloadable Warren Report.
The New Orleans district attorney was the hero of Oliver Stone’s movie, JFK, and remains a controversial figure in assassination conspiracy theories. This site is a popular resource for research into the Garrison investigation. Also explore Joe Biles’ site on Jim Garrison.
Explore the section of Mike Russ’ site called “Assassination Topics” which addresses the authenticity of the backyard photos, the medical evidence, fingerprint evidence and witness testimony and evaluates the criticism of Gerald Posner’s book Case Closed and the possible motivations of Posner’s critics.