William Matson Law set out on a personal quest to better understand the circumstances underpinning the assassination of John F. Kennedy. His investigation began with a key component of the events of November 22, 1963 and the days that followed: the autopsy on the president’s body at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland. He contacted those who were involved with Bethesda in various aspects of the aftermath of the assassination; In the Eye of History: Disclosures in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence comprises conversations with individuals who agreed to talk:
James Jenkins (updated)
Ex-FBI Special Agents James Sibert (updated) and Frances O’Neill
The “White House” Witness (new)
Colin McSween (new)
Doug Horne (new)
Drs. Ronald Jones and Robert McClelland (new)
For the first time these eyewitnesses relate their stories comprehensively in their own words. Law allows them to tell it as they remember it without attempting to fit any pro- or anti-conspiracy agenda. The reader is the judge of these eyewitness accounts and their implications.