The Day John Fitzgerald Kennedy Past is a book about the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas. The book covers the rush to judgment by President Lyndon Johnson in order to quell a potential storm by the media and others who suspected a government conspiracy. The case against Lee Harvey Oswald seemed to be open and shut but who was the stranger who entered the Texas Book Depository dressed as a police officer? Why was the testimony of several observers of those on the grassy knoll sealed? How could the Warren Commission or any other sane person believe the "pristine bullet," theory? What was Oswald doing in New Orleans and what was his connection to Cuba? These and other revealing facts now corroborated through the release of millions of pages of historical documents give reason and purpose to the existence of a CIA cover-up.