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Murder in Dealey Plaza: What We Know That We Didn't Know Then about the Death of JFK

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2003

    This is the ultimate Assassination book.

    This book is uncompared in any Kennedy assassination book that I have ready yet. This book contains a timeline of events that happened on november 22, 1963 that I find to be a HUGE peice of information and theories. It also gives GREAT insight to the Limo that Kennedy was in when he was shot... the bullet through the windsheild, the 59 witnesses that can testify to the limo coming to a complete STOP when the last bullet shot Kennedy in the head. I am willing to bet that there was a 'grassy knoll' shooter. If you want the information about this historic event that you havent been getting? THIS is the book to get.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2001

    A Great Compilation

    This book brings new information and findings (1998 information and findings after the ARRB re-investigated the murder) to the table. It provides a very in-depth chronolgy of November 22, 1963. It also includes new information pertaining to the limousine, medical evidence, and controversies regarding the famous Zapruder film. To help understand these problems with the Z-film, a great 16-page insert is included providing the reader with color photos. The best part of the book is the numerous interviews included with those who were formerly silent. A couple of these people include: an employee from Ford Motor Co. who helped form a new windshield to hide evidence, and two former employees of the NPIC who say they were involved with the altering of the Zapruder film.

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