Murder in Dealey Plaza
What We Know Now that We Didn't Know Then about the Death of JFK
Edited by James H. Fetzer, Ph.D.
A Catfeet Press ® book
This volume contains startling information about the Kennedy assassination, emphasizing photographic evidence and the handling of the event by the media. The contributors, all experts within the research community, reveal the many inconsistencies and unsupported conclusions in the Warren Commission report on the assassination of JFK.
From the unbelievable "coincidences" such as the assassination occurring at the part of the motorcade route changed at the last minute, to discrepancies in medical reports and the mysterious dismantling and rebuilding of the presidential limousine, the essays bring new information to light. The contributors also look at the event in a broader context, analyzing government "fact-finding" and propaganda as well as the media's reluctance to report new findings.