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William O'Neil

New Book!

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Another new JFK-assassination book:


More than 50 years after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, the event remains a mystery that may never be solved to everyone's satisfaction. Widely divergent views of the shocking event and its perpetrators continue to haunt the country. A forensic expert with more than 25 years of experience analyzes the case and the myriad theories that surround it and presents his own conclusions on the event that would define a nation in a new book released by Dog Ear Publishing.

In "The Assassination of JFK: Perspectives Half a Century Later," a work years in the making, Robert A. Wagner attempts to reconcile the many theories about the assassination. And he has plenty of material to choose from, ranging from those who believe the Warren Commission's finding that it was done by one man – Lee Harvey Oswald – acting alone to those who believe it was a conspiracy concocted by the CIA, military complex, anti-Castro revolutionaries, the mob, the KGB or even Lyndon B. Johnson, Kennedy's successor.

Drawing on his skills as a forensic investigator, Wagner delves into the staggering amount of information on the assassination created by two government investigations and the thousands of articles and books written by historians, researchers and investigators. He examines medical and physical evidence from the botched autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital and inaccurate statements made by Dallas doctors as to the direction of the shots. Once all the pieces have been explored, a real picture of events emerges that walks the line between a single-gun theory and conspiracy theories, debunking Arlen Specter's single-bullet theory while also showing the shots fired by Lee Harvey Oswald were the ones that carried out the tragic events of Nov. 22, 1963.

Wagner is no stranger to government and investigations – he was hired by the federal government to investigate Bill and Hillary Clinton's potential involvement in the Whitewater scandal and has been a forensic investigator of financial and economic issues related to complex litigation for more than two decades. The Seattle University graduate regularly testifies in federal and state courts thanks to his forensic reconstructions of complex situations. He and his wife and daughter live in the Seattle area.

For additional information, please visit http://jfkassassinationperspectives.com/


Edited by Ernie Lazar

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