JFK vs. CIA: The Central Intelligence Agency's Assassination of the President

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Discover:

I. Who in the Central Intelligence Agency organized the president's assassination

II. The criminal case against Lee Harvey Oswald

III. The social, political, and economic factors which led to the decision to terminate JFK's presidency

IV. Step by step analysis of the conspiracy as it climaxes into treason.

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Overview

Discover:

I. Who in the Central Intelligence Agency organized the president's assassination

II. The criminal case against Lee Harvey Oswald

III. The social, political, and economic factors which led to the decision to terminate JFK's presidency

IV. Step by step analysis of the conspiracy as it climaxes into treason.

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Assassination Archives
"One of our members, a frequent visitor to the center, has been raving about JFK vs. CIA. The AARC would very much like to add this work to our holdings, so that it can be accessed by other researchers and the general public." J. Russell Meyers, Coordinator of Research. --Assassination Archives Washington DC
Dennis Colvan
"The entire time I was reading it I kept glancing towards the door and windows to see if anybody was watching me. It was almost as if I was reading something not meant for my eyes." --Dennis Colvan. Daly City, CA
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780966074901
  • Publisher: West Los Angeles Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/30/1998
  • Pages: 386
  • Sales rank: 1,227,610

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2002

    THIS BOOK ROCKED

    I loved this book it had everything, it even had some things that I didn't know, In other words.... THIS BOOK ROCKED!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2000

    What was not included

    Many of the theories do not include basic facts about controversies occurring right on the Kennedy's home turf, like the proposed Johnson Space Center be placed in Woburn,Mass in the early to mid 1960s that JFK was involved with, or that the Massachusetts space program might have been seen as competing for federal funds that were being taken from the military budget and affecting local military bases, perhaps the Boston Navy Yard and Portsmouth navy Yards around the time the USS Thresher sunk.

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