Without Smoking Gun [NOOK Book]

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This shocking account of intrigue, lies, and governmental complicity provides dramatic evidence that suggests a larger conspiracy behind JFK's assassination. Three years after Kennedy's assassination, Lieutenant William Bruce Pitzer, who was reputed to have in his possession documents and film that refuted the conclusions of JFK's official autopsy, was found dead in his office at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. In 1995, a retired special forces captain claimed that a representative of the...
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Overview

This shocking account of intrigue, lies, and governmental complicity provides dramatic evidence that suggests a larger conspiracy behind JFK's assassination. Three years after Kennedy's assassination, Lieutenant William Bruce Pitzer, who was reputed to have in his possession documents and film that refuted the conclusions of JFK's official autopsy, was found dead in his office at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. In 1995, a retired special forces captain claimed that a representative of the CIA recruited him to assassinate Pitzer. This, as well as the mysterious circumstances of Pitzer's death and the official and nonofficial investigations that followed, are outlined. These revelations of a possible conspiracy within a conspiracy raise larger questions of the measures taken to suppress the truth and the potential dangers of a government that operates outside the law.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013094277
  • Publisher: Kent Heiner
  • Publication date: 8/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 132
  • Sales rank: 1,320,193
  • File size: 435 KB

Meet the Author

Kent Heiner lives in northwest Washington state.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2005

    A disappointment

    I bought this book because I knew who William Pitzer was and was generally aware of the possibly suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. The author has provided some useful background information, but beyond that he does little except site other secondary sources, many of which are controversial at best. There are no footnotes in a book that cries out for them. The few pages of 'Notes' at the end of the book are really a bibliography citing, again, numerous sources not necessarily trustworthy. There is a lack of scholarship, scholarship which could have made an interesting but at bottom futile exercise worthwhile.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2004

    Author comments

    At the time of this writing, the title/subtitle being shown for this book at Barnes & Noble is 'Without Smoking Gun: Investigating the Death of Lt. Cmdr. William Pitzer-A Victim of the JFK Assassination Conspiracy (period)'. I would like to note that this subtitle is incorrect. I am not unequivocally stating that LCDR Pitzer was murdered, nor that his death was connected to any other historical event. However, there are compelling reasons to suspect all of the above, and these are what you will find in my book. I must rate my book in order to submit these comments. I will give it four stars because I am very well pleased with it but withhold the fifth for reasons of modesty and also because I have not completely 'solved the case.' I think you will find it interesting and worthwhile.

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