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Kennedy assassination author to speak to Valley Rotary Thursday

Author Bryan R. Johnston speaks to the Snoqualmie Valley Rotary Club, 7 to 8 a.m. Thursday, March 20.

Johnston will be presenting the fascinating facts and stories he uncovered during research for his historical novel, "Man with a Gun." He'll touch on the US Military, snipers and the Kennedy assassination, including:

•The single comment by a Dallas secretary completely and forever changed how Americans viewed the assassination.

• The Magic Bullet Theory: How 6 inches can prove it possible or impossible.

• How determining which shot missed may determine whether or not there was a lone-gunman.

Johnston has been a television and video writer/producer for nearly three decades during which has won ten Emmys along with several other national awards.  He is the author of three books, including the local best seller “JP Patches: Northwest Icon”.  He has also written for numerous magazines and websites, and has been an on-air movie reviewer for ten years, “the greatest gig on the planet”.  He is currently the Creative Director for VMG/studio 520, a local video production company.


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