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Posted September 10, 2013
This is a concise and very readable overview of the facts and controversies surrounding the death of John F. Kennedy. Information is presented in an organized and logical format. The "fork in the road" segment in Chapter 4 clearly illustrates the weaknesses of the Warren Commission and how its findings might have turned out if a slightly different course had
been set during deliberations. I would have given this book a "5", but I disagree with the author's harsh assessment of Robert Blakely.
Posted August 16, 2013
I've read and skimmed through many a book about The JFK Assassination but this is THE ONLY one that I have read cover to cover, completely....WHY?, because it's laid out for the layman to understand and that's a fellow like me, there's no scientific data to go over, there are no comparisons to something that happened two hundred years ago, there is nothing about anomalies in space that effect the flow of time, which could have effected the course of history that day, it's just simple facts available to the author, some that completely debunk the Warren Commission findings, which this reviewer doesn't believe anyway.
Oswald was never found guilty in a court of law so therefore he is not guilty of anything. He was only MADE guilty by circumstantial evidence because our Government didn't want to look anywhere else, real convenient that Oswald was also shot before he could go to trial, something explained by the Warren Commission that is complete malarky but Charles Hurlburt completely unravels all of this and more, I wholeheartedly recommend this book and if it doesn't change your thinking, then there is no hope for you and an American.