The JFK Assassination and The CIA
Donald E Wilkes, Jr., Professor of Law Emeritus
University of Georgia
2025 Baxter Street • Athens, Georgia • 706 613 3650 x343
Thursday, November 15 • 7:00 pm
The assassination of President John F Kennedy happened in November of 1963, yet Questions remain unanswered 55 years later about the circumstances of his death: Did the CIA obstruct an official government investigation of the assassination of JFK? Did the CIA itself (or rogue agents) assassinate Kennedy?
Please Join us at the library for this very special talk by Donald Wilkes, professor of Law Emeritus from the University of Georgia, who has researched the Kennedy assassination all his adult life, and will present new information and unravel some of the mystery surrounding this complicated and difficult topic. Come to the Appleton Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 15 for the lecture, followed by a question-and-answer session.
Donald E. Wilkes, Jr., a law professor at the UGA School of Law for 40 years, is now an emeritus professor there. He is the author of over 300 published works, including 5 books, 14 law review articles, and numerous other scholarly writings. He has studied the JFK assassination for over 35 years and published more than 50 articles on the assassination. This is his third public speech on the topic at the library.