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21 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine ARTS, MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT to and following the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy in 1963. In his book, he provides a thorough look at the U.S. government’s ruses surrounding the Vietnam War and how they related to the public eye, as well as conspiracy theories disseminated by nationwide media and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). His book can be purchased on Passionate about his research into the globally known event, Mr. Chipman intends to adapt his book into a screenplay that will serve as a sequel to director Oliver Stone’s film “JFK” from 1991. Professionally affiliated with several entities over the course of his 50-plus year long career, Mr. Chipman served as a postal inspector for the United States Post Office for six years. Subsequent to this appointment, he was employed by the K-Mart Corporation for nearly 14 years prior to founding his own business, Retail Consulting Associates. As owner, he enjoyed traveling across the nation and conducting seminars for other businesses. Thereon, he joined the Colorado State Archives, serving there between 1986 and 2014. Before embarking on his career, Mr. Chipman joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve in 1960 until his departure in 1966. He then pursued a formal education at the University of Utah, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1967 and a Master of Arts in history in 1969. Civically involved as well, he has often volunteered for his local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He attributes his profound success as an author and historian to his willingness to perform his job to the best of his ability. Looking toward the future, Mr. Chipman would like to discuss his sequel to Oliver Stone’s film “JFK” while enjoying his well-deserved retirement. A former archivist with the Colorado State Archives for nearly 30 years, James O. Chipman has lent his considerable expertise in historical research to authorship. In 2020, he penned the acclaimed “The Murder Trial of JFK,” which discusses the events leading up JAMES O. CHIPMAN AUTHOR, HISTORIAN Lone Tree, CO