Lane, Mark, 1927-

Rush to judgment; a critique of the Warren Commission's inquiry into the murders of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J.D. Tippit, and Lee Harvey Oswald. With an introduction by Hugh Trevor-Roper. - [1st ed.]. - 478 pages facsimiles, maps, plan 22 cm

Includes bibliographical references.

Where the shots came from -- The gauze curtain -- The magic bullet -- Why Oswald was wanted -- The sky is falling -- The other witnesses -- The murder weapon -- The rifle test -- A completely fictitious person -- The curtain rod story; or the Long and Bulky package -- The paraffin test and the latent palmprint -- Forty-three minutes -- The murder of officer Tippit: The eyewitnesses ; The ample evidence -- The murder of Lee Harvey Oswald -- How Ruby got into the basement -- A friend of the dallas police -- Ruby's testimony -- The meeting -- Three days in the life of Jack Ruby -- Dallas aftermath -- The testimony of Nancy Perrin Rich -- The preliminary report -- Marina Oswald -- Marguerite Oswald -- Four episodes -- Some mysterious photographs -- The commission -- The law -- Appendices: List of witnesses present at the scene of the assassination ; The hypothetical medical question ; Autopsy descriptive sheet prepared by commander James. J. Humes ; Excerpt from FBI report of December 9, 1963 ; The capability of the rifle ; Affidavit of Symour Weitzman ; Letter from manufacturer regarding rifle ammunition ; Letter from U.S. Post office department ; Postal regulations regarding box rental ; Excerpt from the testimony of Helen L. Markham.

A critique of the Warren Commission's Inquiry into the murders of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J. D. Tippit and Lee Harvey Oswald.


Kennedy, John F. 1917-1963 --Assassination.
Tippit, J. D., 1924-1963.
Oswald, Lee Harvey.

United States. Warren Commission. Report of the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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