Top positive review
4 people found this helpful
Simple clear point made
on 30 August 2013
There is a lot of detail in here that doesn't get referenced at all when so many people have dismissed conspiracy theory and assumed Oswald's guilt. So much, such as whether the number of bullets found and those submitted to the Warren commission were those found is just taken for granted but gets a good thorough review here.
Ultimately the premise though is as straight forward as it should be. The point of finding someone guilty is that it must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt - the author does a great job of showing just how much doubt there is in so much of the Kennedy Assassination.
The only challenge I would have is that occasionally the author does exactly what he points out others are doing and takes his own speculation too far. However that is rare and more so the details presented as simple facts to be considered as acceptable or not as evidence is well presented and worth reading if only to understand why there should be doubt about the simplicity of the "Oswald did it all on his own" theory. In particular it shows how the Warren Commission started from a theory and manipulated or simply changed/ignored the evidence to suit that theory rather than, as the author asks here, taking the evidence and then trying to decide what it does or doesn't prove/support.