At The Cold Shoulder of History: The Chilling Story of a 21-year old Navy Hospital Corpsman Who Stood at the Shoulder of JFK during the Bethesda Autopsy
William Matson Law
William Matson Law is a book author, JFK Assassination researcher-investigator and lecturer. His interest in the assassination of John F. Kennedy began in 1975 when he first saw the Zapruder Film on television. Law began researching the assassination and his work appeared in November Patriots by Constance Kritzberg and Larry Hancock, JFK The Medical Evidence by Vincent Palamara and Murder in Dealey Plaza edited by James Fetzer. Law has written for The Kennedy Assassination Chronicles and the Dealey Plaza Echo. His book, In the Eye of History: Bethesda Hospital Medical Evidence in the JFK Assassination (2005) includes interviews with Dennis D. David, Paul K. O’Connor, Jerrol F. Custer, James W. Sibert, Francis X. O’Neill, Harold A. Rydberg and Saundra K. Spencer. His latest work is At The Cold Shoulder of History: The Chilling Story of a 21-year old Navy Hospital Corpsman Who Stood at the Shoulder of JFK during the Bethesda Autopsy, co-authored with former Bethesda Naval Hospital Medical Corpsman Jim Jenkins who assisted at the JFK autopsy on the night of November 22nd and into the morning of Saturday, November 23rd 1963.