JFK and the Unspeakable

JFK and the Unspeakable

Why He Died and Why It Matters

Downloadable Audiobook - 2011
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James W. Douglass takes listeners into the Oval Office during the tense days fo the Cuban Missile Crisis, along with the strange journey of Lee Harvey Oswald and his shadowy handlers, and to the winding road in Dallas where an ambush awaited the president's motorcade. As Douglass documents, at every step along the way these forces of the Unspeakable were present, moving people like pawns on a chessboard to promote a dangerous and deadly agenda.
Publisher: [Old Saybrook, Conn.] : Tantor Media, [2011]
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9781452602080
1452602085
9781452672083
1452672083
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 sound file)
Additional Contributors: Larkin, Pete
Call Number: eAudio

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StarGladiator
Sep 13, 2015

The clownish critic from the Library Journal spews forth: // Conspiracy-theory buffs love this book \\ - - Never saw any theory, just an extraordinary amount of tedious work digging up the FACTS: taking depositions back to the original source, the witnesses, and inquiring if that was what they said? Turns out, massive fabrication by the FBI and Secret Service [those alive back then will recall that FBI agents differed greatly with their supervisors on a number of important facts!!!]. Rev. Douglass just goes for the facts, and thus we know that a shooter was at the overpass, just as another shooter[s] was/were at the grassy knoll area. If only those two individuals, dressed up as policemen, rather lackadaisically leading those three men away from the grassy knoll, had ever been ID'd [those three so-called tramps: one a shooter from the Union Corse, the other two CIA contractors]?

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