Malcontent: Lee Harvey Oswald's Confession by Conduct
To understand the Kennedy assassination, it is imperative to first understand Lee Harvey Oswald. The man—who on November 22, 1963—brought a nation to its knees. This book takes the investigation of Oswald’s actions and words surrounding the deaths of a President and a police officer in a radically new direction. A law enforcement analysis as seen through the spectrum of Consciousness of Guilt is coupled with the first-ever Computer Voice Stress Analysis of Lee Harvey Oswald. The personal assassination notes of the Dallas Homicide Detective at the heart of the investigation and handcuffed to Oswald during that fateful shooting are published here for the first time. Published for the first time, the writings of Michael Paine explores his unique knowledge and political conversations with Oswald. This book sheds new light on a controversy that has raged for over 50 years. Was Lee Harvey Oswald guilty or a self-proclaimed patsy?
His forensic analysis is very detailed and, to me, very, very convincing. DeGrilla provides an understand of Oswald that few other authors have managed to do - and if you are not convinced he was the lone assassin after reading this book, I don't know what will convince you.
Fred Litwin, author of I Was A Teenage JFK Conspiracy Freak
Sean DeGrilla's "Malcontent" is an in depth investigation by a former law enforcement officer, using both previously reported as well as never-before-seen evidence to conclusively prove that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole actor in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dealey Plaza, Dallas on November 22, 1963. A lengthy and thoroughly documented work to be sure. And yet written in such a way that keeps the reader's attention. Sean lays to rest all conspiracy theories which have been put forward during the past 50 years. A must read for anyone still uncertain of all the facts relating to this tragic event in our nation's history.