Last Word: My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK

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Skyhorse Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2012 - History - 300 pages
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MarkLane tried the only U.S. court case in which the jurors concluded that the CIAplotted the murder of President Kennedy, but there was always a missing piece:How did the CIA control cops and secret service agents on the ground in DealeyPlaza? How did federal authorities prevent the House Select Committee onAssassinations from discovering the truth about the complicity of the CIA?

Now, New York Times bestselling author MarkLane tells all in this explosive new book. With exclusive new interviews, sworntestimony, and meticulous new research (including interviews with Oliver Stone,Dallas Police deputy sheriffs, Robert K. Tanenbaum, and Abraham Bolden), Lanefinds out firsthand exactly what went on the day JFK was assassinated. Laneincludes sworn statements given to the Warren Commission by a police officerwho confronted a man who he thought was the assassin. The officer testifiedthat he drew his gun and pointed it at the suspect, who showed Secret ServiceID. Yet the Secret Service later reported that there were no Secret Serviceagents on foot in Dealey Plaza.

Last Word proves that the CIA, operatingthrough a secret small group, prepared all credentials for Secret Serviceagents in Dallas for the two days that Kennedy was going to be there—conclusiveevidence of the CIA's involvement in the assassination. Here is the last wordon the JFK assassination by a New YorkTimes bestselling author and JFK historian!

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Last Word: My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK

User Review  - Karl Helicher - Book Verdict

Attorney Lane (Rush to Judgment) has since 1966 relentlessly challenged the Warren Commission Report's conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald solely murdered President Kennedy. Here, Lane sums up his ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

MARK LANE has been a member of the bar for half a century and is the author of nine books, including the New York Times bestselling Plausible Denial and Rush to Judgment. He represented numerous clients during the civil rights movement and defeated E. Howard Hunt and the CIA in a trial in the U.S. District Court. He also successfully represented the American Indian Movement at the historic Wounded Knee Trial. He was a member of the New York State legislature, and is one of the best-known researchers of theJFK assassination. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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