A forensic analysis of audio file Commissioned by the plane dealer Cleveland confirmed that the National Guard, a voice on the recording, “Fire!” The newspaper said that such an order contradicted the suggestion that guards had started firing at the students, most of whom were hundreds of feet away, due to panic.
Using the audio file and other corroborating evidence, Mr. Canfora hoped to persuade the Justice Department to open an investigation. But the department declined to say that the audio was inconclusive.
Mr. Canfora’s enthusiasm sometimes rubbed people the wrong way.
“His obsession resulted in a backlash from the guard apologist and was rejected by many in the local media who advised him to get a life,” he said in his Facebook post. ‘
But he said, “Until the truth is revealed,” Sridhar said, “will not proceed.”
Alan Michael Canfora was born on February 13, 1949 in Barberton, northeast Ohio. His mother, Anna (Minaric) Canorfa, was a housewife, raising four children. Her father, Albert John Canfora, Was an aerospace worker at Goodyear Aircraft. He was also a shop steward and organizer with United Auto Workers and a longtime Berberton city councilman – an inspiration, Ms. Canfora said, for her brother’s civic engagement.
Allen received a bachelor’s degree in general studies in 1972 and also a master’s degree in library science at Kent State in 1980.
She met Anastasia Mamedova at a task force meeting on 4 May 2009 and they married in 2010.
In addition to his wife and his sister, his mother protects him, such as his daughter Maya; His son, Lev; And his brothers, Albert Jr. and Mark. His father died in 2018.
Many of the nine people injured in Kent State made lifelong friendships in subsequent decades. By the 50th anniversary, Two of them were killed.