The JFK Assassination Revisited” by James Rinnovatore analyzes murder and cover up of President Kennedy

New book alleges that wounds were purposely altered in JFK's autopsy

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The book should appeal to anyone with an interest in U.S. history.

FLANDERS, N.J. (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

More than a half-century after the murder of President Kennedy, questions and alternative theories still linger. Writer and retired metallurgist, James V. Rinnovatore is convinced that a massive cover-up has occurred.

Rinnovatore’s new book, “The JFK Assassination Revisited”, states that the president’s body arrived early at the Bethesda morgue so that his throat and head wounds could be altered in order to implicate a lone assassin.

The book provides new information regarding pre-autopsy photos and the exclusion of specific FBI agents from the JFK’s autopsy room. Also included is in-depth analysis of reports from the HSCA, ARRB and the Warren Commission.

“The book should appeal to anyone with an interest in U.S. history,” Rinnovatore said. “It is written clearly for those with minimal knowledge of the murder, but also provides specific details and new discoveries for those well versed on the subject.”

“The JFK Assassination Revisited”
By James Rinnovatore and Allan Eaglesham
Price: $16.95
ISBN: 978-1-4918-6496-8
Available at: AuthorHouse, Amazon and Barnes and Noble online bookstores

About the Authors
James Rinnovatore has been studying the Kennedy assassination for more than twenty years and has co-authored 6 articles on the subject. In March of 2012, he published, “Aftermath of the JFK Assassination: Parkland Hospital to the Bethesda Morgue” with Allan Eaglesham.

Allan Eaglesham’s interest in the assassination has been strong since the mid- 1900s. In addition to the ebook published with James Rinnovatore, he has published several articles on various aspects of President Kennedy’s murder.



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