A Man in Full: Local attorney Bill Carter releases a book chronicling his association with the Warren Commission, the Stones and a lot in between

Author Beverly Keel highlights Bill’s new book on Nashville Scene. “The phone call that changed the course of Bill Carter’s life wasn’t even to him. It was Nov. 22, 1963, and Carter was 27, a Secret Service agent enjoying lunch with fellow agents and their boss, James Rowley, at O’Donnell’s Seafood, about a block from …

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Bill Carter was the man to get when tough problem arose

By Phil Hudgins If Bill Carter were looking for a job, imagine his résumé: Secret Service agent: Served under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson; stood sentry at Kennedy’s grave. Investigator: Served on the Warren Commission following the assassination of President Kennedy; interviewed Lee Harvey Oswald’s widow, Marina, and Oswald’s killer, Jack Ruby. Criminal lawyer: Defended some …

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