In 1996, retired Kodak engineer Roland Zavada was one of several experts asked to review the photographic evidence relating to the assassination of President Kennedy. His full report. including some appendices, is available below. His work was part of the Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board, which was charged with collecting all public and classified documents related to the case. Zavada focused on authenticating footage taken by Abraham Zapruder, the only film which captured Kennedy's shooting. Browse the sections of Zavada's report or search the contents using the toolbar below.