Gerald Posner Writing Styles in Case Closed: Lee Harvey Oswald and the Assassination of JFK

Gerald Posner
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The perspective of the book is that of the author, Gerald Posner. He carefully examines all of the facts pertaining to the lives of Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby and the Kennedy assassination. He also examines the evidence presented in the Warren Commission and other investigative reports as well as their investigative reports. He is thorough and meticulous in his approach to an examination of the facts and the refutation of the falsehoods. He carefully uses the information to solve the inconsistencies in testimony and to arrive at the facts. He uses this approach to wade through the numerous conspiracy theories and to explain why they aren't based on fact

The author is well qualified to undertake this kind of study and to write this kind of book. He is a lawyer by training and well versed in investigative techniques. He also works as a investigative contributor...

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