I mentioned William Matson Law the other day, and I thought I should amplify. I want to recommend Law’s JFK research. It is lucid, original, factual and untainted by speculation. It is amazing that no one else had thought to conduct these essential interviews. Law went where news organizations and congressional investigations did not tread. The story he tells of the Kennedy autopsy speaks for itself.
In his own words:
“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.”
The crown jewel of Mr. Morley’s work details his discovery that a retired CIA officer named George Joannides was called back to Washington to stall a re-investigation of the assassination by the House of Representatives in the late 1970s.
Morley’s latest investigation, CIA and JFK: The Secret Assassination Files, available on Amazon, provides the fullest account of the role of CIA operations officers in the events leading to the death of JFK.