Russell Kent graduated with honours from the University of London with a BSc degree in physiology in 1983. Shortly after, he joined the Laboratory of Applied Physiology at St Thomas's Hospital Medical School where he helped develop ion-selective electrodes for clinical application. He set up his own IT consultancy in 1987 and has worked with many of the world largest healthcare companies including LEO Pharma, Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline. He recently retired from client-facing work to concentrate on writing. Over the years he has published articles on the JFK assassination in “The Dealey Plaza Echo”, “Assassination Chronicles” and on the Fair Play website. On the fiftieth anniversary of Kennedy’s murder in 2013, he was in Dallas promoting the book “JFK Echoes from Elm Street” [Ref: Bridger, M & Keane, B “JFK Echoes from Elm Street” (2013) Cambridge Academic] to which he contributed three chapters on the medical evidence. He has lectured on the assassination many times in the US, UK and Sweden.