The JFK Assassination Evidence Handbook brings to light a wealth of evidence that the Warren Commission swept under the rug when it produced the Warren Report in 1964. Drawn from the Commission's own collection of hearings and exhibits, plus thousands of pages of unindexed documents, this evidence decisively refutes the Warren Commission's theory of Oswald as lone assassin. By applying the Commission's own evidence to the key issues of the case, supplemented by the evidence collected by subsequent government panels, The JFK Assassination Evidence Handbook shows beyond a reasonable doubt that at least three assassins targeted President Kennedy in Dallas, that Lee Oswald was not one of the shooters, that Oswald had associations not only with U. S. intelligence, but also with organized crime, that the Dallas police department provided false police radio transcripts to the Commission, that Officer J. D. Tippit's movements following the assassination raise the suspicion he was hunting for Oswald in order to silence him, and that the police department's handling of the forensic evidence was so sloppy that massive falsification and substitution of evidence against Oswald cannot be ruled out. These and many other new revelations are concisely presented and meticulously documented with numerous references to the source documents. This major addition to the assassination literature is an essential reference work and an indispensable guide for defenders of the conspiracist position. No serious student of the Kennedy assassination can afford to be without The JFK Assassination Evidence Handbook.