Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death

Master Chronology of JFK Assassination Book II: Death

by Walt Brown Ph.D.
     
 

Book II: Death November 22nd—November 24, 1963.
John F. Kennedy is killed in Texas; controversies spring up over his remains, his successor’s swearing-in, a dubious autopsy, the arrest of one suspect; large groups attempt to interrogate the suspect; equally large groups attempt to transfer him, but he becomes the first person…  See more details below

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Book II: Death November 22nd—November 24, 1963.
John F. Kennedy is killed in Texas; controversies spring up over his remains, his successor’s swearing-in, a dubious autopsy, the arrest of one suspect; large groups attempt to interrogate the suspect; equally large groups attempt to transfer him, but he becomes the first person murdered—and silenced—on live television; the nation recoils in horror. A local thug, captured immediately, insisted he killed the suspect to prevent Mrs. Kennedy from returning for the trial.
The President’s remains lie in state in the Capitol Rotunda.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148781639
Publisher:
Vigliano Books
Publication date:
09/30/2013
Series:
Master Chronology of JFK Assassination , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
9 MB

Meet the Author

Even in his formative years, Walt Brown was fascinated with the interplay between government, law, and history. That fascination reached its apogee with the election of the vibrant and youthful John F. Kennedy, but reached its nadir 1,037 days later when events in Dallas changed, respectively, government, law, and history.
Before he sat down to write this massive Chronology, Walt Brown was the most widely-published author on the tragic events that ended those 1,037 days of “Camelot.” With six books, one extensive CD-rom subject index, and eighteen years of a JFK journal, the forces were all in place to go forward with the boldest JFK study ever attempted.

Drawing on his investigative background during a brief stint with the Justice Department in Washington, D.C., and a forty-year stint as a Ph.D. in history, Brown compiled the ultimate JFK study. Except for selected JFK speaking engagements, the Chronology will complete his work, as Brown is the first to admit that there is not much more he can do.

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