Fifty-two years later, mysteries continue to surround the murder of our 35th president. Is the Zapruder film reliable? Why did the CIA stonewall the Warren Commission? Was what happened in Dealey Plaza a classic military-style ambush? Should we ever have believed that a lone assassin shot JFK? In what ways does the JFK Assassination Records Review Board’s investigation throw light on these and other assassination mysteries? Professor Donald E. Wilkes, Jr. addresses these and other questions in his second JFK assassination speech at the Athens Regional Library in two years. This speech was delivered on November 19, 2015.
Professor Wilkes has spent years studying the events of half a century ago and has written extensively on the subject, having published 42 articles on the assassination. He was a law professor at the University of Georgia for over 40 years, and is the author of five books and nearly 300 published scholarly works.
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