Best evidence: disguise and deception in the assassination of John F. Kennedy

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Macmillan, 1980 - History - 747 pages
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Arguing that the evidence relied upon by the Warren Commission and the House Assassinations Committee was faked, Lifton describes how the cover-up plot worked and explains the numerous conflicts in the record

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User Review  - drmaf - LibraryThing

Not a huge believer in the Kennedy conspiracies, but this is one of the best in the genre. Really well-stated case, exhaustively researched, gripping stuff Read full review

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User Review  - Jthierer - LibraryThing

Not bad at first, but as he found more and more evidence his theory became steadily less plausible or realistic. Read full review

Contents

Entering the Labyrinth
3
The Head Snap
33
Breakthrough
149
Copyright

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