No More Silence: An Oral History of the Assassination of President Kennedy

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No More Silence is the first oral history of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, from eyewitness accounts through the police reactions, investigations, and aftermath. Based on in-depth interviews conducted in Dallas, it features narratives of forty-nine key eyewitnesses, police officers, deputy sheriffs, and government officials. Here—in many cases for the first time—participants are allowed to speak for themselves without interpretation, editing, or rewording to fit some preconceived speculation. ...
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Overview

No More Silence is the first oral history of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, from eyewitness accounts through the police reactions, investigations, and aftermath. Based on in-depth interviews conducted in Dallas, it features narratives of forty-nine key eyewitnesses, police officers, deputy sheriffs, and government officials. Here—in many cases for the first time—participants are allowed to speak for themselves without interpretation, editing, or rewording to fit some preconceived speculation. Unlike the testimony given in the Warren Commission volumes, the contributors openly state their opinions regarding conspiracy and cover-ups.

Of particular interest are the fascinating stories from the Dallas Police Department—few of the policemen have come forward with their stories until now. No More Silence humanizes those involved in the events in Dallas in 1963 and includes photographs of the participants around the time of the assassination and as they appear today.

Was there a conspiracy in the assassination of President Kennedy? No More Silence gives readers the best perspective yet on the subject, allowing them to sift through the evidence and draw their own conclusions.

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Midwest Book Review
A 'must' for Kennedy assassination conspiracy buffs, No More Silence is unique, uncensored, and very highly recommended reading.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781574411485
  • Publisher: University of North Texas Press
  • Publication date: 2/28/2002
  • Pages: 648
  • Sales rank: 1,010,334
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Larry A. Sneed was born and reared in Indiana. He holds a B.S. degree from Indiana State University and two graduate degrees from the University of Georgia. He has been a high school history teacher in the Newton and Gwinnett Public School Systems in Georgia for thirty years. No More Silence is his first published work. He and his wife Barbara live in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements ix
Introduction xiii
The Eyewitnesses
Jim Ewell 3
Hugh Aynesworth 21
James Altgens 41
Charles Brehm 60
Ruth Dean 70
Ruth Hendrix 73
Clemon Earl Johnson 79
Roy E. Lewis 84
T.E. Moore 90
Bill Newman 94
Malcolm Summers 102
James Tague 109
Otis Williams 116
The Police: Initial Reactions
Marrion L. Baker 123
James W. Courson 127
Bobby Joe Dale 132
Stavis Ellis 142
W.G. Lumpkin 154
H.B. McLain 162
James C. Bowles 169
Joe Murphy 194
Edgar L. Smith 197
David V. Harkness 204
J.W. Foster 211
Jack Faulkner 215
Luke Mooney 224
The Investigation
Carl Day 231
Vincent Drain 245
Elmo L. Cunningham 263
Paul Bentley 285
Gerald L. Hill 292
John Toney 306
W.R. Westbrook 313
Roy Westphal 326
Gus Rose 336
Harry D. Holmes 351
The Oswald Transfer and Aftermath
L.C. Graves 375
James R. Leavelle 306
L.D. Montgomery 410
Charles O. Arnett 419
Orville A. Jones 423
Rio S. Pierce 436
Roy S. Vaughn 443
Don Flusche 456
Joe R. Cody 467
Bill Courson 481
Al Maddox 507
W.W. "Bo" Mabra 518
William F. "Bill" Alexander 530
Epilogue 556
Glossary 557
Index 577
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