John Solomon

National Political Reporter, Washington Post

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For decades after the 1963 Kennedy assassination, the FBI relied on a crime-solving technique that analyzed the lead content of bullets, theorizing that each batch of bullets had a…

FBI to Review Hundreds of Convictions That Used Bullet-Lead Analysis

For decades after the 1963 Kennedy assassination, the FBI relied on a crime-solving technique that analyzed the lead content of bullets, theorizing that each batch of bullets had a…

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