FILE - Gerald Posner poses for a photo in the South Beach 

FILE - Gerald Posner poses for a photo in the South Beach section of Miami Beach, Fla. on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009. In writing his 1993 book "Case Closed," the legal researcher says he didn't set out to write a defense of the Warren Commission. Instead, he planned to go back through the critical evidence to see what more could be determined through hindsight and more modern investigative techniques. Halfway through the allotted research time, Posner went to the editorial staff with a new idea: A book that says flat-out who killed Kennedy. "Who?" one of the editors asked, as Posner retells it. "Oswald,” he answered. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
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FILE - Gerald Posner poses for a photo in the South Beach section of Miami Beach, Fla. on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2009. In writing his 1993 book "Case Closed," the legal researcher says he didn't set out to write a defense of the Warren Commission. Instead, he planned to go back through the critical evidence to see what more could be determined through hindsight and more modern investigative techniques. Halfway through the allotted research time, Posner went to the editorial staff with a new idea: A book that says flat-out who killed Kennedy. "Who?" one of the editors asked, as Posner retells it. "Oswald,” he answered. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
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