November 22, 1963. The fast approaching 56th anniversary of one of the darkest days in American History. Arguably the day that democracy died, the amount of speculation that swirls around the events that occurred in Dealey Plaza is almost too much to take in. Back and to the left, magic bullets, grassy knolls, motorcade slowdowns, gangsters, Russians, Cubans, wackos in a book depository, and Mr. LBJ himself. Almost everyone has their own theory to what transpired, so many are believable, and there are experts from every camp. This week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes Sean R DeGrilla to the show to discuss these such events and more.
Sean R DeGrilla is “…seventeen-year veteran of law enforcement, a Medal of Valor recipient, and have provided material support to the FBI, MBI, Gang Unit, and various local, state and federal agencies. He transitioned to the private sector where he is a security manager for a medical company in Florida. Growing up in Dallas, Sean had a life-long interest in the Kennedy assassination. One of his many personal goals has been to write a scholarly book concerning the events of the assassination. In June of 2019 that goal was realized with the publication of his first book, Malcontent: Lee Harvey Oswald’s Confession By Conduct.”
Sean’s 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. Was Lee Harvey Oswald guilty or a self-proclaimed patsy?”
Sean is a fantastic guest and certainly brings a unique story in the ever-entangled web of a mess that is the JFK assassination. You can find Sean’s book on major online retailers and recommended giving it a read. For all things Malliard head over to malliard.com where you are able to catch up on past shows, subscribe to the newsletter, and so much more. Make sure to connect to the Report through social media @malliard and don’t forget to leave a review on your favorite podcasting app.