Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK

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Warner, 1993 - Political crimes and offenses - 607 pages
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An examination of the Kennedy assassination which claims that Oswald acted on his own. Based on new interviews, secret files and the computer enhancements of film and evidence, this book not only uncovers where the Warren Commission erred but also demolishes the leading conspiracy theories.

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User Review  - Mike Gregory - Goodreads

Very thorough and well-documented book that supports Oswald as the lone assassin and the single-bullet theory. My father operated on Governor Connolly's wrist and thigh. In his testimony before the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Susan Liston - Goodreads

A few years ago I went on a toot of Kennedy assassination books, convinced that there was an evil conspiracy or two or three. The books got more and more bizarre and I got more and more confused. Then I read this one, and it was a "I coulda had a V-8" moment. This one made sense. Read full review

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