WILLIAM LAW’s interest in the Kennedy assassination began in 1975 with the showing of Abraham Zapruder’s 26-second home movie of the event on Geraldo Rivera’s Goodnight America program. Several years later, after reading David Lifton’s book Best Evidence, Law began researching Kennedy’s murder. Results of that research have appeared in the books November Patriots by Constance Kritzberg and Larry Hancock, JFK: The Medical Evidence Reference by Vincent Palamara, Murder In Dealey Plaza edited by James Fetzer, and Paris Flammonde’s forthcoming opus An Encyclopedic Narrative and Historical and Personal Perspective on The Kennedy Coup d’État. Law has written for the research periodicals the Kennedy Assassination Chronicles and the Dealey Plaza Echo, is producer of the forthcoming DVD The Gathering, and currently serves as a consultant to film director Brian McKenna for his upcoming documentary Killing Kennedy. He lives with his family in Central Oregon.
…before I left Dealey Plaza that evening, I decided to delve as deeply as I possibly could into John Kennedy’s murder, beginning with the men who had been present at his autopsy. What I learned took me down dark, cobwebbed hallways of an alternative history, not the one that was taught to my generation and is told to our children, but one that is glimpsed only by those who dare to look beyond the official version of the events of ”
–William M. Law