I found 'Beyond Reasonable Doubt' to be a very well written, easily readable book, and not simply a Warren Commission apology book. The author does not give the Warren Commission a free pass, and rightly so. Mr. Ayton does a nice job of pointing out that although the ultimate conclusion that Lee Oswald murdered Kennedy and Tippit was correct, the bureaucracies involved in the investigation were their own worst enemies in many respects, and their handling of the investigation ultimately added fuel for conspiracy theorist to pollute the JFK assassination landscape for decades. Much needed context regarding this is found in BRD. Having David Von Pein's name attached to this book, and his contribution to BRD is only a plus. Mr. Von Pein is one of the most knowledgeable, respected researcher/ archivist around and has amassed an enormous archive of JFK related material and blogs that is unmatched on the internet. The contribution Michael O'Dell provides concerning his attempt to recreate the Weiss @ Aschkenasy acoustic study results for the HSCA is, in my opinion, nothing short of stunning, and should be regarded as the historical standard of truth about the W@A/ HSCA final conclusions of a so called "possible conspiracy". A welcome feature in the Kindle version of BRD are click-able links found in the Notes and Sources section as well as links to DVP's blog. This feature alone may make the Kindle version the way to go with this book. Beyond Reasonable Doubt lives up to its title for 'reasonable' people who wish to learn about the assassination, and learn why many theories put forth by conspiracy theorist hopelessly fall flat under close scrutiny. Conspiracy theorist will stomp on a book like BRD, like a rino putting out a jungle fire, but in the end BRD shows us how the conspiracy theorist have it all wrong, and always have, and beyond ALL reasonable doubt, Lee Harvey Oswald was guilty of double murder on Nov. 22, 1963. Well done.