This is Part 4 of the remarkable series of discussions between Richard Dolan and JFK assassination researcher Phillip Lavelle. Phillip is a lifelong JFK researcher who has never published his research, but his knowledge of the subject is extremely thorough. The first three parts have already been released. Part one provided deep background on Lee Harvey Oswald. Part two was divided between the events of the summer of 1963 and the details of the shooting itself, in which it was clear that Oswald was completely framed. Part three covered the dramatic fight over the President’s body, something frequently overlooked but very important. Part four concerns the autopsy itself, if one can even call it that. It is more accurately described as a travesty of justice and a crime. Toward the end of this interview, Phillip and Richard discussed some broader issues around the death of President Kennedy. The assassination of President Kennedy was surely a coup d’etat.