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Abraham Zapruder ran home one morning, in 1963, to grab his Bell & Howell 8mm movie camera, excited to get a good shot of President John F. Kennedy's motorcade, as it passed through Dealey Plaza in Dallas that day. Little did he know that he'd be capturing the most horrific and iconic images of the president's assassination just moments later. Strangely, on that very same evening, the editors of Life Magazine approached Zapruder and purchased all rights to the film for $150,000. Film which they ended up suppressing for years, refusing access to investigators and the media until finally being subpoenaed by New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison 5 years later and forced to allow the public it's first view of the evidence which contradicted the official story of what happened that day. This new graphic collection commemorates the man who was in the right place at the worst time and captured the most compelling evidence of a conspiracy that terrible day, casting doubt on the government's own investigation and sparking years of suspicion and debate.