Steve Cameron is a writer, producer, and book publisher from Los Angeles, CA, who has worked both behind, and in front of the camera for the last 25 years. Steve began his career covering news, and sports from his hometown of Detroit, MI, where he also worked on many local independent film and television productions. In 2019, Steve authored his first book about the JFK assassination called The Deputy Interviews, and is currently working on a new project about the assassination, that will revolutionize how the public will be able to view what happened in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963.
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February 5, 2023:
Worldstage with Bruce de Torres
August 8, 2022: Video preview of my recent interview on "Get M.A.D. with Chris Graves" concerning many aspects of the JFK assassination, that point towards a conspiracy to kill the President, that the general public isn't aware of."
- Steve Cameron
The Deputy Interviews is a book by author Steve Cameron about the assassination of JFK and the investigation of Roger Dean Craig, a heroic Dallas deputy sheriff who exposed a vast government conspiracy to kill President Kennedy.
Available on Amazon in paperback and eBook.
My friend & UK based musician Andy P. Davison just released a new tribute song about Roger Craig called: "Rambler Man" by Andy P Davison & The Soul Preachin' Co. (From the album: Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull Me Back).
From Steve Cameron, posted May 26, 2022:
Richard Thomas Herd Jr. (September 26, 1932 – May 26, 2020)
"I first met Richard Herd and his lovely wife Patricia while dining at Izzy's Deli on Wilshire Blvd. in Santa Monica, California.
The year was 2018. I was meeting my friend, actor Michael B. Silver to discuss a script about the John F. Kennedy assassination, that I had recently written with fellow screenwriter, Stephen Cyrus Sepher (best known for Heist, 2015, ). After my meeting ended with Michael, he left, and while I was still finishing my lunch I heard a man's voice to the left of me say: "I overheard some of what you were talking about, that you're making a movie about John Kennedy?" I turned to see who was talking to me, and it was the famous character actor, Richard Herd. And then he said: "You know, I've done a few movies myself. I just did one with Clint Eastwood, you might have heard of him. It's called The Mule (2018)." I was at a complete loss for words, because I recognized the man, but I could not recall his name. But then at that moment, I made the wrong connection that the man sitting next to me was another famous actor named Karl Malden. And I said to him: "Aren't you Karl Malden?" And Richard laughed and said: "No, I'm still alive, Karl Malden's been dead for ten years. My name is Richard Herd." Needless to say, I was quite embarrassed, and began to apologize. But Richard had a good sense of humor about it, and said I wasn't the first to confuse him with Malden.
At that point I introduced myself to Richard, and his beautiful wife Pat. They were having lunch together. We talked about some of the other things Richard worked on as an actor, such as one of his first big breaks in the film industry, All the President's Men (1976), as well as one of his more recent films Get Out (2017) from filmmaker Jordan Peele. Then we discussed Kennedy's presidency during the 1960s. Both Richard and Patricia were very fond of the former president, and were interested in what I was writing about. I told them about our script The Deputy (in development) and a new book I was writing that would later become The Deputy Interviews (both of which are centered around a tragic story about an unsung hero named Roger Dean Craig, who was a former Dallas deputy sheriff, and witness to the assassination of JFK in 1963, and exposed a vast conspiracy to kill the president).
The three of us sat eating and talking for about 20 minutes. We then exchanged phone numbers and emails. And then I asked them if it would be okay if I bought their lunch, because I still felt terrible for confusing Richard for Karl Malden. They didn't want me to, but I would not take no for answer, so they kindly acquiesced.
A few days later we began emailing each other, and talking on the phone. I sent Richard and Patricia The Deputy script to read since they were interested in the story, and at some point I asked Richard if I could interview him for my upcoming book The Deputy Interviews to discuss Hollywood, the script, and the Kennedy assassination.
What is heard in this three minute excerpt that I've uploaded to YouTube is some of what we talked about. This interview didn't make it in time for the 1st edition of The Deputy Interviews, but I plan to include it in the 2nd edition once it's ready for print, likely in the next couple of months.
Richard sadly passed away on May 26, 2020 from cancer. He was not only an incredible actor and artist, but he was also a very nice man, who went out of his way to help me, by sharing some of his experiences while working in the entertainment business, that spanned over a fifty year career.
I consider myself extremely lucky to have met Richard, as well as his wife Patricia, that day while dining at Izzy's Deli. May he rest in peace, and his memory live on for future generations through his work."
From Steve Cameron, posted on May 1, 2022:
"Nearly six decades after he was framed by government officials, Chicagoan Abraham Bolden, the first black U.S. Secret Service agent on the White House detail during JFK's presidency, has finally been granted a federal pardon by President Joe Biden. I had the honor of writing about some of Abraham's life and career in The Deputy Interviews, and was able to document his innocence through court records, witness testimony and interviews."
The son of former Dallas Deputy Sheriff Roger Dean Craig discusses what his father witnessed on November 22nd, 1963, and how it changed his life while speaking at the 9th Annual JFK Assassination Conference in Dallas, Texas on November 20, 2021.
Las Vegas radio station KCOR's "Inside the Matrix" hosted by Jimi Brent: "This show today is just going to blow your mind if you are into finding out the truth on the JFK Assassination. This week, Steve Cameron author of, "The Deputy Interviews" and the son of the heroic Dallas Deputy Sheriff, Roger Dean Craig Jr. joined the show. To say the information in this book might just rewrite history would be an understatement."
This is an excerpt from Black Op Radio (Show #973). Host Len Osanic interviews Steve Cameron about his new explosive JFK assassination book called The Deputy Interviews about former Dallas Deputy Sheriff, Roger Dean Craig. Original airdate: January 9th, 2020.
"I held some meetings with a professional filmmaker, and screenwriter named Stephen C. Sepher, to write the script with me, along with our co-producer and mutual friend, Frank Lyon... And when I first approached him with the idea to make a film centered around the assassination, Stephen told me he was a big fan of the 1973 film Executive Action, a conspiracy film about the assassination, starring Burt Lancaster, and written by Dalton Trumbo. And so, I gave Stephen all the information I had about Roger Craig, and he became very excited to write about his story. He also wrote and produced a film called Heist a couple years back, that starred Robert De Niro, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and David Bautista from Guardians of the Galaxy. And Heist dealt with underworld mob figures, and police corruption. And so, after I watched it, I knew Stephen C. Sepher was the right person for this project. So, we partnered up to develop Roger Craig’s story into a film script, that we’ve named The Deputy. And he did a fabulous job with it. " (The Deputy Interviews pp. 77,78)
"Hello, my name is Stephen C. Sepher, screenwriter of The Deputy about Roger Dean Craig. When Steve and Frank first brought me the project, I didn't know anything about the man. And when I started doing research about the facts, and the timing of everything that took place, I started to realize that the truth was not revealed, and history was not revealed properly. We managed to put a screenplay together. It's an amazing story about an American hero. I hope you enjoy it."
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