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Who Shot JFK? The Truth at Last! [NOOK Book]

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Who shot President John F. Kennedy? This is one of the great mysteries of our age. Or is it? Despite the myriad of conspiracy theories, and the posturing of Oliver Stone’s movie, “JFK,” maybe it was just Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, after all. In fact that’s exactly what it was. There was no conspiracy, no grassy knoll gunman, no “patsy,” no CIA, FBI, Mob or Castro plot. Just a disgruntled twenty four year old American misfit who happened to be in the right place at the right time to commit the crime of the ...
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Overview

Who shot President John F. Kennedy? This is one of the great mysteries of our age. Or is it? Despite the myriad of conspiracy theories, and the posturing of Oliver Stone’s movie, “JFK,” maybe it was just Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, after all. In fact that’s exactly what it was. There was no conspiracy, no grassy knoll gunman, no “patsy,” no CIA, FBI, Mob or Castro plot. Just a disgruntled twenty four year old American misfit who happened to be in the right place at the right time to commit the crime of the century. If you believe otherwise, then this Wesley Gurion essay is for you. In his usual entertaining and concise way, Mr. Gurion lays out the facts, and only the facts, Ma’am. Come along on this short journey back to November 22, 1963 and have a look at those facts for yourself! Rated “NC” for “No Conspiracy.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148747529
  • Publisher: Three Stars Press
  • Publication date: 7/12/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,127,818
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Wesley Gurion was born in Hollywood, California in 1955. He has lived, worked and written in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Miami, and London. He is the author of numerous books, novels, and “shorts,” pieces on a wide variety of topics. To each of these he brings his own original style and outlook. Currently he is back in Hollywood, writing his weekly series of “Hollywood Adventures,” soon to be available on Nook.

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CHAMPTOWN. A sprawling and epic work, Champtown is a Hollywood story unlike any other. Set in a fictitious section of Los Angeles (Champion Valley) the novel spins a complex tale of rich and poor, desperation and ambition, violence and beauty. In CHAMPTOWN we encounter characters from across the spectrum of society, from the hellish streets of its inner city to the lavish movie mogul estates of Studio Ridge. We meet people and customs from invented countries and encounter a Hollywood background that weaves the real with the fictitious. If you read nothing else this year, you must read CHAMPTOWN, Wesley Gurion’s masterwork. ($4.99)

THE HALLOWEEN KING. Small time inventor Garson Shriner has created the “Flash Mask,” a Halloween novelty that may just revolutionize the industry! But it has been stolen by the world’s biggest Halloween supply company! Just when Garson decides he needs a professional criminal to retrieve his invention, a fleeing bank robber jumps into his car at gun point! Now things get interesting! Join Garson Shriver and bank robber Johnny Race as they take on the mighty Halloween King in a classic story of plot twists and surprises. “The Halloween King” is a crime caper written with originality and style. Another Gurion adventure! ($2.99)

HOLLYWOOD ADVENTURE. Join author Wesley Gurion for in in-depth exploration of Hollywood, its history, its myths, its ghosts, the astounding power it has held over our hopes and dreams for over a century. Written in Hollywood itself, each week will be a different adventure as we examine the potency of Hollywood’s myth-making, sometimes journeying back in time to meet such legends as Clark Gable, Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe and Orson Welles. Discover old Hollywood and new in this fascinating and thought provoking series. Only 99¢ each!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2014

    Bullsh*t!

    Oswald was only a patsy. He was a very poor shot in the Marines. Scored only a 191 of a possible 250. The lowest possible score for a Marksman was 190. He could not have made the shot, he just wasn't that good.

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