Triangle of Death: The Shocking Truth About the Role of South Vietnam and the French Mafia in the Assassination of JFK

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Here are the facts: a) President John F. Kennedy supported the coup d'état that resulted in the assassination of Diem; b) twenty-one days later, Kennedy was assassinated; c) forty-eight hours after JFK's murder, the FBI deported a French assassin-a fact that was not reported at the time, even to the Warren Commission; d) this deportation order came from the Office of the Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy.Bradley O'Leary and L.E. Seymour present a convincing argument that implicates not Lee Harvey Oswald, but ...

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Triangle of Death: The Shocking Truth About the Role of South Vietnam and the French Mafia in the Assassination of JFK

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Overview

Here are the facts: a) President John F. Kennedy supported the coup d'état that resulted in the assassination of Diem; b) twenty-one days later, Kennedy was assassinated; c) forty-eight hours after JFK's murder, the FBI deported a French assassin-a fact that was not reported at the time, even to the Warren Commission; d) this deportation order came from the Office of the Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy.Bradley O'Leary and L.E. Seymour present a convincing argument that implicates not Lee Harvey Oswald, but rather a conglomerate of conspirators, in the death of beloved President Kennedy. Using actual CIA documents, interviews, and evidence, Triangle of Death will alter everything you thought you knew about John F. Kennedy's death.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781595552822
  • Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
  • Publication date: 11/10/2009
  • Pages: 262
  • Sales rank: 431,368
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Bradley S. O'Leary has been involved in politics for more than twenty-five years, and his newsletter, the O'Leary Report, is one of the most influential publications in American politics. More than sixty senators and congressmen have been his clients, including Senators Bob Dole and Howard Baker. His NBC radio show ran for seven years, and he has also been a contributing columnist for USA Today Weekend magazine. O'Leary is currently president of Associated Television News in Los Angeles.

L.E. Seymour is a freelance writer and author of fifteen novels, including The Stickmen and Operator "B." His dozens of short fiction works, under the name of Edward Lee, have appeared in major mass-market anthologies and genre magazines.

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