Men on the Sixth Floor

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The book that charted a new course in the research of the JFK assassination. Containing fascinating, never before seen documents, the book was a major focus of Nigel Turner's History Channel Documentary - "The Men Who Killed Kennedy/The Guilty Men" in 2003. But legal action was threatened by LBJ associates, leading to the banning of further sales or broadcasting of the program. "The Men on the Sixth Floor" was the first book to introduce Malcolm Wallace to the assassination community. It was the first book to tie...
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Overview

The book that charted a new course in the research of the JFK assassination. Containing fascinating, never before seen documents, the book was a major focus of Nigel Turner's History Channel Documentary - "The Men Who Killed Kennedy/The Guilty Men" in 2003. But legal action was threatened by LBJ associates, leading to the banning of further sales or broadcasting of the program. "The Men on the Sixth Floor" was the first book to introduce Malcolm Wallace to the assassination community. It was the first book to tie Wallace to the owner of the Texas School Book Depository - D. H. Byrd, and it was the first book to release the never before seen "Estes documents" to public scrutiny. That is why this book is considered 'required reading' by serious JFK researchers around the world.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780970718006
  • Publisher: Sample Graphics
  • Publication date: 10/28/2001
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 238
  • Sales rank: 428,454
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

    An Insightful Look Into the JFK Assassination Through Objective Eyes

    It's an unfortunate truth that the details behind the JFK assassination are, to this day, barely understood. In response to this lack of detail, there are countless conspiracy theories out there that purport to explain the assassination of JFK which range from the absurd to the highly convoluted. I have never bought into any of these conspiracy theories nor have I been convinced that the facts as presented by the government hold water. I read this book expecting another absurd telling of the assassination only to find that it instead presents the most plausible and factually supported telling of the JFK assassination that I have ever read. The author's telling of the story is supported by documents referenced in the book and those that I have personally accumulated during my own private studies of this important historical moment. For the first time, I finally feel that I have a firm grasp of what really led to the assassination of JFK and the events that played out after the assassination was committed. I highly recommend anyone interested in understanding the true workings behind the JFK assassination read this book. A+

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