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Master List of Witnesses

From the Introduction of Master List of Witnesses:

This list encourages all readers to equally scrutinize both the eyewitnesses and those whose responsibility it was to secure meaningful, complete, and unbiased information from them.  Only then can eyewitness testimony–despite its inherent flaws and shortcomings–be expected to reasonably and effectively utilized within the context of all of the other bodies of evidence in the assassination of President Kennedy.

  • perfect-bound, soft cover book; 8 1/2″ x 11″; 150 pages
  • Preface  (Editor’s Note; Editorial Method; acknowledgements)
  • Introduction
  • List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
  • 96-page list of witnesses
  • Epilogue
  • Appendix: A Study of Eyewitness Groupings
  • Extended Sources
  • Thoroughly annotated, with analyses and points of contention
  • Thoroughly sourced, utilizing the record groups of the Warren Commission, FBI, Secret Service, presidential libraries, and the Dallas Municipal Archives and Records; current and established private research data; films and photographs; and oral histories at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
  • Listing of 461 names, including 86 unconfirmed witnesses and/or occupants of the entire motorcade
  • Dozens of newly discovered eyewitnesses, established by the oral history project at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

 

Praise for Master List of Witnesses:

“This edition of Craig Ciccone’s Master List of Witnesses, even more than earlier versions, provides a most valuable resource for anyone interested in studying the assassination of President Kennedy.  It has a variety of uses, and is remarkably comprehensive.”

— Martin Shackelford, JFK scholar

“When I decided to get back into serious research on what happened in Dealey Plaza, the first thing I needed was a list of witnesses with their placement in Dealey Plaza.  Everyone I talked to recommended Craig Ciccone’s work.  Like Richard Trask’s Pictures of the Pain, Ciccone’s work has already become an indispensable research tool for anyone pursuing what happened in Dealey Plaza.”

— Josiah Thompson, Josiah Thompson Investigations; author, Six Seconds in Dallas

“Accurate research requires access to accurate and factual information. Craig Ciccone’s masterful works on the Dealey Plaza witnesses are a must-have for the researcher in search of the truth as to what transpired in Dallas on 22 November 1963. I recommend this work without reservation.”

–J. Gary Shaw, former co-director, JFK Assassination Information Center; author, Cover-Up: The Government Conspiracy to Conceal the Facts About the Public Execution of John Kennedy

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