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The Mystique of Conspiracy delves into the mystery surrounding the JFK assassination. It focuses mainly on anti-Castro Cuban exiles and their relationship with the CIA, but it also offers an excellent framework to gauge the "plausibility" of any conspiracy theory. Unique to this work is the offer included at the back of the book to involve the reader in an online exchange with the author. The author, an online Professor of criminal justice at the University of Phoenix, will guide the reader/student into formulating his or her own credible approach to solving the nagging mystery behind the JFK assassination (or any conspiracy theory they are interested in). Also compelling is the Foreword and personal letters included in the Appendix written to the author in 1978 by David Atlee Phillips, former CIA Western Hemisphere Division Chief. Mr. Phillips passed away in 1988, but many have tried to link him directly to a CIA plot to assassinate JFK utilizing anti-Castro Cuban exiles. A new name in the annals of the JFK assassination is CIA covert operative George Joannides. Mr. Joannides passed away in 1999, but his role in directing a group of anti-Castro Cuban exiles who had contact with the assassin in New Orleans several months before the assassination has never been made public up until now. As recent as 2005 the CIA went to court and blocked the release of any documents on George Joannides. David Atlee Phillips was Mr. Joannides' supervisor in the CIA. This book will be of interest to anyone interested in the "mystique" surrounding conspiracy theories, whether it is JFK, RFK, MLK, Princess Diana, 9/11 or Russian defector Alexander Litvinenko, killed in London by radioactive polonium 210. There is a common thread that runs through them all. The author will reveal what that is.
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About the Author
Brian Bugge has been involved in law enforcement and high-level security work for over 30 years. He is Director of Security for Edison Schools. He is also Board Certified in Security Management by the American Society for Industrial Security and is also a licensed Private Investigator. He is the author of three books in the Private Investigator Home Study Course. He is an active member of The Authors Guild. Mr. Bugge is an Adjunct Professor at Suffolk County Community College and he currently teaches criminal justice courses online at the University of Phoenix. He received his Bachelors degree in Police Science and Masters degree in Criminal Justice from John Jay College. Newsday chronicled one of Mr. Bugge's investigations in a story entitled "Tale of the Tapes." He was described as, ". An amalgam of street cop and intellectual." The story went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting.