On November 22, 1962, President John F. Kennedy was murdered in front of hundreds of onlookers. For fifty years, the events of that day have been the subject of heated debate. The sommission tasked with investigating the assassination published its findings the following year--Oswald had acted alone--but the report did little to quell consipiracy theorists. Chief Justice Warren calmly dismissed the criticism, assuring his fellow commission member that "history will prove that we are right."
In this eye-opening account of the commission and its findings, "History Will Prove Us Right "tells the true and complete story of every aspect of the investigation from a uniquely first person perspective.
About the Author
Howard P. Willens is the only surviving member of the three-person supervisory staff of the Warren Commission. After the commission's report was published, he left the Department of Justice and in 1965 served as the Executive Director of the President's commission on Crime in the District of Columbia. In 1967, he joined a private law firm, where he has worked for over forty years. He lives in Washington, D.C.