Someone Would Have Talked, the new third edition by historian Larry Hancock, goes beyond just proving a conspiracy to murder JFK. Over 14,000 documents, White House diaries, telephone logs and executive tape recordings detail how the new President managed a cover-up which changed the future of our country -- A second conspiracy designed to mislead the nation, the world, indeed, history itself. Someone Would Have Talked tackles the assassination head on, examining a number of examples of credible people who have talked. Real people, many of them involved in the secret war against Castro and the U.S. Government project intended to assassinate JFK. Someone Would Have Talked evaluates these leaks and confessions, showing the connections between the individuals involved and demonstrating the evolution of a conspiracy.