A phantom haunts America—the ghost of Dealey Plaza where President John F. Kennedy was shot on November 22, 1963. In Matrix for Assassination, author Richard Gilbride, a schoolboy in 1963 who became fascinated with the facts, condenses much of the research conducted in recent years after a mountain of new data became available from classified files with the passing of the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992.
Matrix for Assassination names the names. It offers simple and defensible solutions to many of the crime’s lasting enigmas:
- Who were the shooters?
- Who forced Ruby to kill Oswald?
- Who orchestrated Kennedy’s autopsy cover-up?
- What actually happened in the book depository?
- Were the Dallas police in on the plot? The Pentagon? LBJ? The CIA?
Thoroughly referenced with 300 accompanying photographs, Matrix for Assassination is bookended by two events which draw it through the tabloids and into the X-Files: Marilyn Monroe's strange death and JFK’s clash with an above-top-secret UFO cabal. Her murder was a prelude to Dallas; at the heart of the military-industrial complex dwelt a sinister darkness that originated in Nazi Germany.