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Was Lieutenant Commander William B. Pitzer murdered because of his role
in the aftermath of the assassination of President Kennedy?


The Untimely Death of
William Bruce Pitzer, US Navy
On the evening of Saturday 29 October 1966,
Lieutenant Commander William B. Pitzer was
found dead at his duty station at the Naval
Medical School, Bethesda, MD. Six hours later,
an urgent teletype went from the FBI's Baltimore
field office to HQ; it would be read at the
highest levels of the FBI.

FBI teletype sent early 
hours of 30OCT66 from Baltimore to HQ
Investigations by the Naval Investigative Service and the FBI later concluded that a gunshot wound to the head had been self-inflicted.

FBI files on the investigation, released in 1997 under the Freedom of Information Act, revealed anomalies, especially when compared to one of the navy's investigative reports.


The evidence indicating that LCDR Pitzer was murdered
is considered point by point, then reconsidered.

Judge for yourself. Was William Pitzer murdered?

I. THE CASE FOR HOMICIDE: here

II. THE CASE FOR HOMICIDE RECONSIDERED: here
(This article includes descriptions of an attempt to verify that LCDR Pitzer had in his possession a copy of a movie film of the JFK autopsy, of a search of the Pitzer residence and of a final attempt to obtain copies -- by FOIA request -- of the Pitzer autopsy photographs for expert scrutiny.)

III. ONE MAN'S OPINION: here

IV. THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF LCDR WILLIAM B. PITZER --
FORENSIC EXPERTS EXAMINE THE EVIDENCE:
here

(Article published March 2009 after obtaining the autopsy photographs.)

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Allan Eaglesham

607-257-1212   fax-257-2929
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