The Killing of a President: Complete Photographic Record of the JFK Assassination Robert J. Groden
The assassination of President Kennedy in November 1963 is one of the most fascinating unsolved crimes in American history. In this account, shocking photographs - some long suppressed, others newly sharpened and enhanced by modern technology - cast an entirely new light on the evidence. The step-by-step chronology, with over 650 photographs, includes Kennedy's arrival in Dallas, the assassination, the Oswald shooting, and colour photographs of the autopsy. As these photographs reveal the various bullets' real points of entry, they highlight the evasions and falsifications of the Warren Commission report. Also included is conclusive evidence that Lee Harvey Oswald could not have acted alone, statements from all the important medical witnesses, and the original transcripts of the Warren Commission testimony of Jackie Kennedy. Other work by the author includes "High Treason: the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, What Really Happened" and "JFK: the Case for Conspiracy". In 1975 he presented the case for conspiracy to the US House of Representatives and he was chosen as technical consultant for Oliver Stone's film "JFK".