The Assassination of JFK: Perspectives a Half-Century Later is the result of a reconciliation of widely-divergent views of the assassination and who was responsible. For 50 years and counting, the JFK assassination has ignited impassioned argument from those that believe the Warren Commission’s conclusion that one man, Lee Harvey Oswald, acted alone in killing President Kennedy, and those that believe that the assassination was spearheaded by – depending on the viewpoint – The KGB, Castro, the mob, anti-Castro revolutionaries, the military complex, the CIA, and even Kennedy’s successor, Lyndon Baines Johnson, to name only a few.
Bob Wagner first took an interest in the Kennedy assassination in the early 1990s after Oliver Stone’s JFK created a national uproar thirty years after the Warren Commission first concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald alone murdered President Kennedy by way of the infamous and extremely controversial single-bullet theory. Bob’s passion to dig deep into the voluminous record of this crime of the century was reignited by the national awareness stoked by the 50th anniversary of the assassination in November 2013. For 25 years, Bob has been a forensic investigator of financial and economic issues arising in complex litigation.
The JFK assassination is our nation’s greatest murder mystery. After a half-century, the vast record and anlysis of this crime has been contributed to by warring camps: those who advocate the lone assassin theory and those who advocate conspiracy theories. However, it is clear this record can be properly arranged in such a way that a reconciliation occurs, so that certain truths can be established that reasonable minds can and should accept.
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