Since the moment of President John F. Kennedy's death more than half a century ago, theories and accusations about the real identity of his assassin or assassins have abounded. The government formed the Warren Commission ostensibly to reveal the true story of that tragic day, but the Commission's report only raised more questions. Scholars and enthusiasts have become entranced by their search for the reality behind the accusations. After fifty years of waiting, the truth is here.This is the most comprehensive primer to the JFK assassination yet. Every piece of evidence, whether it has been previously picked over or remains largely unkwn, is presented. The public assertions of the Warren Commission are correlated with the primary evidence from which they worked. For readers with an avid interest in the assassination and the theories surrounding it, or those who have only the barest kwledge of its events, this eminently readable volume offers both an introduction to and a thorough examination of the crime of the century.