Palmetto Press

Jacqueline Accused

Jacqueline Kennedy as Lee Harvey Oswald

It has been called the crime of the century and the world's greatest murder mystery.

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy, however, is a mystery no longer.

Jacqueline Accused is the first complete account of the events of 22 November 1963. It is a detailed and thorough reconstruction of the crime based on the evidence—the observations of the witnesses in Dealey Plaza, the accounts of the doctors and nurses at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, and the testimony of the pathologists who performed the autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital.

Jacqueline Accused explains the motive for the murder, as well as the mechanics of the crime itself. It describes the machinations of those government officials charged with the investigation of the crime. It reveals why the actual murderer went unpunished and why an innocent man—Lee Harvey Oswald—was framed for a crime he could not possibly have committed.

Jacqueline Accused finally closes the chapter on the assassination of President Kennedy, and forever changes our perceptions about the victim, the culprit, and the participants in the subsequent coverup of the crime.

Controversial, yet persuasive, Jacqueline Accused is essential reading for all Americans who wish to know the truth about what really happened in Dealey Plaza on that sunny Texas afternoon so many years ago.

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