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Murder in Dealey Plaza: What We Know that We Didn't Know Then about the Death of JFK by [Fetzer, James H.]
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  • Publisher: Open Court (1 Nov. 2013)
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  • Language: English
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James h. fetzer has written a book of great value though the work of other writers have contributed greatly. This is a great source for the expose of the medical evidence and just how many people who were there at parkland hospital and Bethesda hospital including doctors , nurses and secret service agents disagree with the findings of the HSCA and the warren commission on the postion of the President's wound relating to his head , it's postion and its size yet the witnesses there on both times disagree with the autopsy photos yet these people were said to be mistaken.What Mr fetzer offers is without doubt one of the best books on the assassination (concerning medical evidence mostly) and with the release of more files from the ARRB we are now getting closer to the truth if only in certain area's.If you want a book that will alter your prospective even if you are a hard line assassinationologist or slightly skeptical about the assassination of J.F.K then this is for you. I have read over thirty books on the assassination and find this book to be a well written and easy book to understand for those of us without medical experience a worthwhile read for anyone with doubt.
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Another great book on the assassination of JFK from Jim Fetzer. Lots here for anyone interested in the events of 22nd November 1963. One section is dedicated to a minute by minute chronology of what happened that tragic day.
The book is well written and although there are a few typos here and there these will not detract from one's enjoyment.The book has several chapters written by other leading lights in the JFK assassination research community including a chapter from the excellent Vince Palamara on the Secret Service and a chapter on the alteration of the Zapruder film from that other irrepressible and long-standing stalwart of JFK assassination research Jack White.There is much more besides in this superb book.

A good read that will fascinate you. If you want the truth on what happened to JFK
on the 22nd November 1963 you'll find it in this book. You can read this book confident in the knowledge that you ARE reading the TRUTH.
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This is an extensive and extremely detailed piece of work that has provided me - "a seasoned buff" - with a lot of new information and even evidence. A lot of evidence, though mainly circumstantial or speculative, suggesting serious and malicious tampering with existing evidence especially concerning the limousine, "real time" films and photographs from Dealey Plaza and even worse autopsy X-rays and photographs to include the use of an extra brain. The amount of indicators suggesting foul play is staggering, and there's no smoke without a fire ...!?
It's very difficult for me to comprehend all of the details concerning the medical and photographic evidence. I have neither sufficient medical insight nor very much experience with film and photography. The techniques involved in photo alteration are beyond me and on top of that the reproduction quality of most of the photographs in the book is rather poor making it virtually impossible for me to conform to the theories presented in the respective essays and articles.
It scares me to read that somebody - to include agents of the Secret Service - allegedly has tampered with the Zapruder Film! If that's true, we can no longer be sure of the timing and sequence of the shooting - usually a precise (+/- less than a second) and common ground for crime scene investigation and research whether you are for or against the lone assassin and single/magic bullet theories. Unfortunately I'm easily discouraged when confronted with new evidence that makes this case even more complicated.
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Absolutely NOT recommended for anyone coming fresh to the mixed-up field of JFK assassination theorising. This dense (actually, impenetrable) collection of essays is worryingly reminiscent of Graham Hancock's ancient-civilisations books: typically, we're shown a blurry JPEG, told what we ought to see in it, then spend the next half-hour trying, and usually failing, to see whatever the hell it is the writer says he (and 99 times out of a hundred it'll be a "he") sees. Unpalatable fact, which the authors in "Murder In Dealey Plaza" won't face: the majority of the evidence, medical and otherwise, in the JFK case was so ineffieicntly collected, collated and stored, you can make it "prove" almost anything. Or - as in this case - virtually nothing. Saying QED over and over again doesn't necessarily make it so. You have to argue your theory, and prove it to the general satisfaction. Very few of the contributors here manage to do either one of these things.

If there are salient facts in MIDP (and there may be, I guess), they get totally lost amidst the general confusion and misguided pedantry. This book needed much, much better editing, ideally by someone without so many preconceived notions. Two stars, then, more in sorrow than in anger.
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