In the late 1980s, Tom Wilson, a retired research and development engineer with US Steel Corporation, designed a state-of-the-art image processing and computer analysis system using technology already employed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In doing so, he perfected a method (based solely on the physics of light) that could extract information from materials and images that were beyond human visual capabilities. Tom could, for example, detect flaws in a steel plate. This accepted methodology allowed him to serve as a consulting technical expert in criminal law cases where his image processing was accepted as hard evidence in American courts of law. For more than a decade, Tom Wilson applied his computer image processing system to countless images of the Kennedy assassination. He stripped away layers of information to reveal truths that had never before been known. Some of his findings include: o Shooters behind the picket fence on the grassy knoll. o Alteration of the Zapruder film. o Fakery of the Oswald backyard photographs. o An individual in the "sniper's window" of the Texas School Book Depository who was not Lee Harvey Oswald. o An exit wound in the back of President Kennedy's head (just as the doctors who attended the President at Parkland Hospital had described.) o Exact location of the final and fatal head shot. o Alteration of autopsy x-rays and photographs contained in the National Archives. Reading like a mesmerizing whodunit murder mystery, A Deeper, Darker Truth chronicles Tom Wilson's evolving series of startling discoveries that show President Kennedy was assassinated by a group of assassins on November 22, 1963.
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A best-selling author of major works of nonfiction, DON T. PHILLIPS is known for his ability to tell stories and bring history alive with crisp, compelling prose. His trilogy on American leadership ("Lincoln on Leadership, The Founding Fathers on Leadership, Martin Luther King, Jr. on Leadership") has won worldwide acclaim. His first book, "Lincoln on Leadership", helped pave the way toward the creation of an entire new genre of books on historical leadership. Phillips has also collaborated on books with Mike Krzyzewski, Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman, Cal Ripken, Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez, and ESPN s George Bodenheimer.
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Book Description DTP, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110615300995