8vo (9 x 5 3/4 in.; 230 x 150 mm). Illustrated with half-tone photographs throughout. Publisher's grey cloth with gilt presidential seal on upper cover, spine lettered gilt, endpapers and edges plain; spine slightly faded. Together with: 2 pamphlets on the assassination. Dr. John K. Lattimer, Gary Lattimer, and Jon Lattimer. Could Oswald Have Shot President Kennedy? Further Ballistic Studies. Reprinted from the Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. Second Series, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 513-524, April 1972. — John K. Lattimer, M.D. Observations Based on a Review of the Autopsy Photographs, X-Rays, and Related materials of the Late President John F. Kennedy. Port Washington, New York: Resident and Staff Physician and Medical Times, 1972.
Dr. Lattimer, the principal author of both pamphlets, was the first non-government person to review restricted material regarding the assassination. In Observations, editor-in-chief Charles A. Ragan explains that "The storm of criticism against the Warren Report ... surprised him and stimulated him to investigate many of these points by trying them himself" [through scientifically conducted experiments].
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