On the Trail of the JFK Assassins: A Groundbreaking Look at America's Most Infamous Conspiracy (2020)

On the Trail of the JFK Assassins A Groundbreaking Look at America s Most Infamous Conspiracy No praise can be too high for Russell s mastery Publishers Weekly starred review Using newly declassified information Dick Russell builds on three decades ofpainstaking research in On the Trail of th
  • Title: On the Trail of the JFK Assassins: A Groundbreaking Look at America's Most Infamous Conspiracy
  • Author: DickRussell
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  • Page: 227
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  • No praise can be too high for Russell s mastery Publishers Weekly starred review Using newly declassified information, Dick Russell builds on three decades ofpainstaking research in On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, offering one of the mostcomprehensive and authoritative examinations of the assassination of our thirty fifth president Included are new revelations, No praise can be too high for Russell s mastery Publishers Weekly starred review.Using newly declassified information, Dick Russell builds on three decades ofpainstaking research in On the Trail of the JFK Assassins, offering one of the mostcomprehensive and authoritative examinations of the assassination of our thirty fifth president Included are new revelations, such as the theory that Lee HarveyOswald was subjected to mind control, Russell s personal encounters insidethe KGB headquarters, and new information gleaned from an interview withOswald s widow Russell here comes closer than ever to answering the ultimatequestion Who killed JFK 24 black and white photographs
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    1. This book is both fascinating and scary Russell does a fabulous job interviewing everyone he can get his hands on who had any knowledge of Oswald or the assassination itself Many of the people he interviewed feared for their own safety some even thirty years after the event Anyone who believes the Warren Commission s report at face value is either ignorant, blindly patriotic or simply doesn t care Once you start asking questions, events stated as fact begin to crumble Oswald was not a good soldi [...]

    2. This is a superb book better than I ever could have imagined The author is a journalist, not a crank or a crackpot or theorist and traffics in facts He s as aware as anyone of some of the loons who populate this space I would call particular attention to chapters 37 39 These chapters bring out clearly with frightening clarity and detail not only that everywhere you see Oswald you see the fingerprints of the CIA but, in fact, everywhere you look from Clinton to Youth House to 179th St you see the [...]

    3. Dick Russell is a bestselling author and jounalist, who has written articles on the JFK subject since the 1970 s for popular U.S publications such as Time and The Village Voice among others On The Trail of the JFK Assassins , published 2008, follows sixteen years after his The Man Who Knew Too Much the very interesting probe into Richard Case Nagell.The book contains previously published articles, collected from the last thirty years, and further investigative work since All in all, this is a ve [...]

    4. This book is an interesting compilation of interviews, articles, and author commentary You are led on Dick Russell s personal journey of inquiry into the JFK assassination The author presents information and poses some questions for the reader to consider without drawing many conclusions himself.

    5. This book was.okay There was no clear narrative on the kindle edition is was difficult to tell what was narrative, new information, or old news articles from places like high times I finished without any idea of where the author was going There was some interesting information along the way, but I got no clear picture of the author s vision Also, he used language like gobsmacked and whodunit I couldn t take him seriously.

    6. Dick Russell takes the reader on an eye opening trip through the dark corridors of the assassination of President Kennedy Russell is a preeminent journalist who has been writing about that dark November day in 1963 for over three decades and challenging the Warren Commission fairy tale with insightful reporting in publications like New Times, the Village Voice and Harper s Weekly among others Many of those groundbreaking articles are collected here.Russell details his many intriguing and disturb [...]

    7. I just finished this book a couple of days ago Over the last 40 years, I ve read many books on the JFK assassination and even written my own manuscript on my thoughts regarding the JFK assassination Maybe it s because I ve been reading on the subject for so long that I ve become a bit jaded on the subject Actually tired might be a better word It s quite possible I ve just read so much I feel as though there s really no new ground to break.I do not say this to disparage the book or the author The [...]

    8. Must read for Assassin Conspiracy folks New info and questions that indicate that most Americans doubt the single shooter theory Enjoyable for sure

    9. It could just be my simple mind but it seemed the book went back and forth between various complex theories I never got a grasp of the authors true intention.

    10. There are so many twists, turns, and shadows This book raised many possibilities We will never know the truth or true reasons behind the JFK assassination.

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