As the 50th anniversary of the murder of John F. Kennedy approaches, it seems as if opinions or who committed the crime are as divided as ever. Instead of a much hoped for consensus as to who might have been responsible for America’s greatest unsolved mystery, no clear and near unanimous verdict has come forth. Although the general public continues to support a conspiracy in the shooting, solid group of researchers and notable members of the main broadcast media in America pounce on every opportunity to quell any attempt to find Lee Harvey Oswald not guilty. Those who believe that the case against Oswald was weak have steadfastly held to the feeling that no new evidence has come forth to seal his fate once and for all. In fact, if anything the case against Oswald has continued to crumble bit by bit over time. Although the case against him is mostly circumstantial, television networks like National Geographic, Discovery, and History Channel have produced documentaries which allow little room for questioning Oswald’s guilt. So what is fact? What is fiction? Searching the Shadows - Steve Airheart’s presentation about the assassination of John F. Kennedy - is a straightforward, factual, insightful, objective and exciting compendium of the myriad facts and red herrings in the case. Mr. Airheart discusses major theories about JFK’s death and all the while gives the reader little-known facts, thought-provoking comments, and other curios which lead into the labyrinth of gangsters and government. Searching the Shadows is a factual and logical investigation that is easily understood. Updated in 2012 by the author with all the latest info on this case!
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