American Assassination: The Strange Death Of Senator Paul Wellstone

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Vox Pop, 2004 - History - 202 pages
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Ten days before his anticipated re-election, Senator Paul Wellstone was killed in the mysterious crash of his small aircraft. To this day, the public mourns the loss. Some harbor suspicions. Some remember how the media blamed the weather.
In American Assassination, two Ph.D. Professors, James Fetzer and Don "Four Arrows" Jacobs, prove that the weather did not kill Senator Wellstone, his wife and child, on that morning in October. Nor were the two pilots incompetent, as per the later claims of the bumbling National Transportation Safety Board. With a scientific investigation, logical analysis, and a ruthless dismantling of the official story, American Assassination confirms the worst fears of a nation: Senator Paul Wellstone was murdered.

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This book is a little on the conspiracy theorist side of things but if half of what the authors say here is true (and it most likely is) then I am really concerned over the scary power some people in this country have. To be filed under bathroom books because you will shit your pants. Read full review

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Contents

Motives for Murder
25
Gathering Evidence
43
Thinking Things Through
73
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Fetzer is Distinguished McKnight University Professor at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.

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