A history of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, from eyewitness accounts through to the police reactions, investigations, and aftermath. Based on in-depth interviews conducted in Dallas, it features forty-nine key eye-witnesses, police officers, deputy sheriffs, and government officials. Here, participants speak without interpretation, editing or rewording to fit some preconcieved speculation. Unlike the testimony given in the Warren Commission volumes, the contributors openly state their opinions regarding conspiracy and cover-ups. There are stories from the Dallas Police Department, few being relayed until now. The text aims to humanize those involved in the events in Dallas in 1963 and includes photographs of the participants around the time of the assassination and as they appear today. The work points to the question; was there a conspiracy in the assassination of President Kennedy? It aims to give readers a good perspective on the subject, allowing them to sift through the evidence and draw their own conclusions.
University of North Texas Press,U.S.
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