Craig Roberts served 27 years with the Tulsa Police Department in several assignments from SWAT to Helicopter Pilot and Patrol Officer, including two years as a bomb tech on the Bomb Squad. He also is a US Marine Vietnam veteran, and later held a dual career in the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve, retiring in 2006 as a Lieutenant Colonel (Infantry and Intelligence). He is the author or co-author of over a dozen books including "One Shot--One Kill: America's Combat Snipers", "Crosshairs on the Kill Zone", "Police Sniper", "JFK: The Dead Witnesses", "The Medusa File: Crimes and Coverups of the US Government", "Kill Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza" and "Combat Medic: Vietnam" to name a few. He is an NRA Certified Instructor for rifle, pistol, shotgun, personal protection, home firearm safety and is a Chief Range Safety Officer. He currently resides in Oklahoma and is the Chief Instructor at Cedar Creek Range.
Kill Zone: A Sniper Looks at Dealey Plaza is the result of a seven year investigation into the Kennedy assassination by veteran police officer and former US Marine sniper and SWAT sniper Craig Roberts. It explores the event, the conspiracy of the planners, and traces the power behind the plot to levels higher than was ever imagined. Non-Fiction.
In the years following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy more than one hundred witnesses, investigators and other people linked to the ambush in Dealey Plaza have died. The majority have met their fate under extremely suspicious circumstances. Murders, mysterious accidents and "suicides" account for more than half of those who have died since that fateful day in 1963.
When all else fails and police are faced with an armed and barricaded assailant or a hostage situation, they call SWAT. When negotiations break down, and tactics fall short of resolving the issue, it falls the the police SWAT sniper, a highly trained, patient and steady individual who will make only one shot count--the shot that saves lives.
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