Hosted by nationally renowned journalist Bill Kurtis, JFK: Inside the Evidence closely examines and scrutinizes the key elements of the theory presented in the documentary, JFK: The Smoking Gun . Kurtis and a team of experts challenge the investigation which brought to light new evidence in the coldest case in history.

Bill Kurtis

Bill Kurtis

Host Bill Kurtis has more than 40 years of experience as an award-winning journalist and television veteran. After working as co-host on CBS Morning News, Kurtis began a new phase of his career as a host and producer of documentary television series. Establishing his own production company, Kurtis Productions, he created American Greed for CNBS, Investigative Reports, Cold Case Files and other programs for the A&E Television Network. As a producer, Kurtis earned two Emmy Award® nominations for Cold Case Files for Outstanding Nonfiction Series in 2004 and 2005. He also serves as host on the popular American Justice series, which looks at famous legal cases and their impact on the law.

Leonard Romero

Leonard Romero served with the LAPD for 11 years as a Firearms Examiner and Criminalist and was in charge of the Forensic Firearms Unit at the Oxnard Police Department for six years. He specializes in firearm trajectory and bullet path analysis. Romero is currently an independent Firearms Examiner and an expert witness for the LA Superior Court.

Dr. Juan Carrillo

Dr. Carrillo is an American Board Certified Forensic Pathologist and a Deputy Medical Examiner for the Los Angeles County Department of the Coroner. He has been with the department for 16 years and has performed 1,200 autopsies involving bullets, 500 of which were homicides.

Colin McLaren

Veteran police detective Colin McLaren was one of Australia's most experienced taskforce detectives and worked on some the the country's most high-profile cases. Now, with JFK: The Smoking Gun he's taking on what he considers "the Holy Grail of all cold cases" with his in-depth look at Kennedy's death.

Bonar Menninger

Bonar Menninger was a journalist on the Kansas City Business Journal before he became interested in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Teaming with Howard Donahue, a ballistics expert, he produced international best seller Mortal Error: The Shot that Killed JFK.