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    Aug 23, 2010
    William Cooper was the first to state that William Greer shot the fatal bullet into jfk's right temple. He obtained a first copy of the Zapruder film, before it was altered; and from that film, came up with his conclusions. Dan Roberton's book is the second book to exact the same conclusion as William Cooper. He has included more investigative work than Cooper, and still comes up with the same verdict; William Greer shot the fatal bullet.
  • By Rich Joyner
    Aug 15, 2008
    "Re: Alton Markland" Since his brain is missing, no one knows he path the bullet took through his head. Also unless this "ballistics expert" had his skull in his hand there is no way to tell what path the bullet took. A revolver does not make a distinct enough sound when fired to tell that it was a revolver. The gun powder smell can be easily explained by people hear a shot and their brain tricks them into thinking that they smell gun powder. And lastly with how many times the film has been viewed it took 45 years for someone to see the alleged secret service agent kill him. He is just another nutcase with a weak conspiracy theory, and before you ask the X-Files was not based on a real FBI agent.
  • By alton markland
    Jul 13, 2007
    "Alton Markland" This book presents credible and compelling evidence the fatal head shot suffered by President Kennedy was fired by a Secret Service agent sitting in front of the president. The evidence the author presents is this: (1) a radiation oncologist of established repute, Dr. David Mantik, concluded that JFK’s X-rays demonstrated that the head shot was fired from in front of JFK into his right front temple; (2) Dr. Mantik further concluded the head shot could not have fired from either the Texas School Book Depository or the grassy knoll; (4) Dr. Mantik’s conclusions are backed up by ballistic experts; (5) forensics expert Dr. Charles Wilber concluded that the head wound “suggested a high velocity hand gun fired at close range;” (5) only Secret Service agents in Dallas were both seated in front of JFK at close range and had hand guns; (6) Secret Service Agent Clint Hill testified that the head shot sounded like someone had shot a “revolver into a hard object”; (7)... More > several eyewitnesses testified that they smelled gunpowder at street level where JFK had been killed moments after his killing (and the odor of gunpowder doesn’t travel very fast); and (8) eyewitness Austin Miller later testified that he thought that the shots fired at JFK had come from “right there in the car,’ referring to JFK’s limo It all adds up: the Secret Service fired the head shot at JFK. Then, if you view the “medium frames” version of the DVD that Dan Robertson discusses in the book, particularly frames 302-313, you see the Secret Service agent Robertson identifies as William Greer Aim with a gun-like object in his left hand and you see JFK’s head exploding at frame 313. If you want to know what really happened to JFK, you need to read the book.< Less
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Dan Robertson
July 2, 2007
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.51 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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