James T. Tague was present at Dealey Plaza when President John F. Kennedy was murdered, and he sustained a minor injury during the shooting. His testimony before the Warren Commission inspired a rewriting of their report to include the single-bullet theory. He is the author of Truth Withheld: A Survivor's Story. He lives near Dallas, Texas.
"A must-read for any student of the assassination. lf you believe the Warren Report fiction now, you will not after reading this book." --Robert Groden, staff photographic consultant to the House Select Committee on Assassinations and author, High Treason: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: What Really Happened "Who better to tell of the coup d'etat of 1963 than James Tague, the third man wounded in Dealey Plaza?" --Jim Marrs, New York Times-bestselling author, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy "'Not only was James Tague the third person wounded in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, but James is a most credible JFK researcher who was a close friend of early Warren Commission critic Harold Weisberg and also friends with many LBJ insiders who indict LBJ for the murder of JFK." --Robert Morrow, historian