Contract on America: The Mafia Murder of President John F. Kennedy

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SP Books, 1988 - History - 480 pages
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A reexamination of the Mafia's role in the assassination of John F. Kennedy discusses Jack Ruby's criminal activities, his top-level Mafia ties, and how the Warren Commission blatantly covered up the evidence.
  

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All I'm seeing is Italian names here. They were only the front men for the other mafia with last names that end in berg, man, Where are the Jews responsible for all this?

Contents

Assassins at Large
17
A Telltale Trail of Murder
31
Intrigue in New Orleans
41
The Why and the Wherewithal
51
Mob Fixer in Dallas
67
Molding of a Mobster
73
The Move to Dallas
81
Jack Rubys Criminal Activities
87
The Warren Commission CoverUp
207
A Mafia Contract
227
Mob Perjury
243
The Mafia Killed President Kennedy
255
Echoes of November 22
274
Richard Nixon and the Mob
297
The Reagan Administration
307
Recommendations
327

Jack Rubys Underworld Contacts
93
Jack Ruby and the Dallas Police
109
Jack Ruby Mobster
117
Perjury and Premeditation
125
Conspiracy
137
The AntiCastro Coalition
185
Jack Rubys Cuban Connection
197
Sources on the Mafia
333
Notes
403
Jack Rubys Startling Testimony 151
427
Principal Sources
457
Index
467
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