JFK Assassinated: In the Courtroom: Debating the Critic Research Community (Paperback)

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JFK Assassinated: In the Courtroom: Debating the Critic Research Community (Paperback)

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"Serves as an accessible, effective ... primer to the assassination" - Kirkus Reviews A researcher extensively reviews the body of JFK assassination evidence and concludes that Lee Harvey Oswald fired the wounding and fatal shots that killed President Kennedy, and likely acted alone in committing the act. The author builds on his extensive research with hundreds of conversations and debate with the most prominent members of the JFK assassination research community. Evidence considered includes crime scene physical evidence, witness accounts and forensic analysis related to medical and autopsy evidence and many other technical features of evidence that has been argued and debated for decades. The author participated on the prosecution team at the 2017 Oswald Mock trial that convinced more jurors than not that Oswald participated in the assassination. This is the author's second book exploring the JFK assassination. His first book, The Assassination of JFK: Perspectives Half a Century Later, received a literary award as well as a highly complementary review from Kirkus Reviews. Bob Wagner has been a forensic investigator of financial and economic issues related to complex litigation for more than three decades, including being hired by the federal government to investigate Bill and Hillary Clinton's potential involvement in the Whitewater scandal. He regularly provides expert testimony in federal and state courts on his forensic reconstructions of complex controversies. Wagner graduated from Seattle University and lives in the Seattle area with his wife, Diane, and daughter, Allison. Although he was too young to remember the assassination, Oliver Stone's movie JFK in 1991 and the 50th anniversary more than 20 years later sparked his interest in the unforgettable crime.
Product Details ISBN: 9781662888311
ISBN-10: 1662888317
Publisher: Mill City Press, Inc
Publication Date: February 11th, 2024
Pages: 514
Language: English