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The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

9 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

Excellent up-to-date review and evidence into the JFK murder!

I just read Stone's "The Man Who Killed Kennedy." The book does a great job of presenting evidence that has been verified in many books before, plus it adds a new dimension of evidence pointing straight at LBJ, the CIA, and big oil business men in Texas. I also just rea...
I just read Stone's "The Man Who Killed Kennedy." The book does a great job of presenting evidence that has been verified in many books before, plus it adds a new dimension of evidence pointing straight at LBJ, the CIA, and big oil business men in Texas. I also just read articles in Texas Monthly, based in Dallas, that still endeavors to shift the blame away from Dallas and minimize the part their politically corrupt local forces played in the murder. This is just my opinion. It amazes me that after 50 years, there are so many people trying to erase the strong evidence that points to a political, mafia, and greed conspiracy ... I think they all just want a "piece$ of the action." The Kennedys, LBJ, CIA, Hoover, Dallas police, and the mafia, were all equally bad, evil, or whatever you wish to use to describe them, but I do not believe the "patsy" Oswald was ever more than a minor player duped into becoming the fall guy for a well orchestrated murder scheme involving many of this country's most celebrated politicians. The Kennedy brothers were well on their way to revealing a network of corruptness outdone only by their own family.

posted by Anonymous on November 12, 2013

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5 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

Excretory

The author is taking advantage of the gullible, idiots, and the paranoid. Anyone capable of cognizant thought can see through his dangerously flawed reaoning. The author should be hospitalized in a psychiatric institution for his own safety and the safety of the public....
The author is taking advantage of the gullible, idiots, and the paranoid. Anyone capable of cognizant thought can see through his dangerously flawed reaoning. The author should be hospitalized in a psychiatric institution for his own safety and the safety of the public. For a believable book about the Kennedy assassination read Gerald Posner's, "Case Closed".

posted by 16605815 on November 24, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2013

    Roger Stone is one of the most brilliant men in the political wo

    Roger Stone is one of the most brilliant men in the political world. I hope this is the first of many books. I've enjoyed reading his blog and articles over the years. I am glad he finally put pen to paper and wrote a book. Big fan from NJ. 

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 16, 2013

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    He names names and supports each chapter with references. So thi

    He names names and supports each chapter with references. So this is not to be dismissed. And he calls other authors, such as Caro, to task for not naming some of the names he names.

    And he also states that he once asked Caro in person about such an omission, to which Caro reacted very aggressively - and then never contacted him. If true, what else is also true?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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