A startling new concept in the JFK death investigation REVEALS the truth behind the WARREN COMMISSION REPORT, The National ENQUIRER has learned.

After the tragic events of Nov. 11, 1963 President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed a seven-member commission to investigate the Kennedy assassination. In its report, The Warren Commission stated there was “no credible evidence” conflicting with its determination of a lone gunman, Lee Harvey Oswald – a statement that still provokes controversy fifty years later.

Now, a bold new retelling of The WARREN COMMISSION (by famed comics artist Ernie Colon, the best-selling illustrator of “The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation” and coauthor Dan Mishkin) provides a fresh look at the historic report.

In their book “The Warren Commission Report: A Graphic Investigation Into the Kennedy Assassination” the authors use the comics medium to test the commission’s narrative – reconstructing key images and documents to unravel the truth.

“(They) do a very good compressed job of showing why conspiracy theories were inevitable,” Richard Reeves, author of “President Kennedy: Profile of Power” writes in the foreword.  “(JFK) with his brother, attorney general Robert Kennedy and the Central Intelligence Agency created a culture of assassination, particularly in attempts to kill Fidel Castro of Cuba.”     

The Report was finally presented to President Johnson on Sept. 27, 1964 and was made public three days later.

Georgia Senator Richard Russell, Jr. a key member of the committee heading The Warren Commission was asked by a reporter, ”Are you glad it’s over?”

“Do you really think it’s over?” Sen. Russell responded.  “They’ll be debating this thing for a hundred years.”

The book is available everywhere from Abrams Publishing.