The Assassination Committee Controversy

Blakey, G. Robert; Belin, David W.
September 1979
National Review;9/28/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 39, p1231
The article presents several points and counterpoints relevant to the government investigation on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in the U.S. Key issues discussed include allegations that there was a second gunman in the case, the analysis of evidence that seem to demonstrate a conspiratorial conclusion and the issues' implications for the justice system.


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