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Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald (Volume One) [Kindle Edition]

Barry Krusch
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    Note: Volume 3 of this three volume series will be free on the 22nd of this month.

    In the last 49 years, hundreds of books have been written on the Kennedy assassination. But there is only one of them -- this one -- which comes backed with a better-than-a-moneyback guarantee: prove the conclusions of this book wrong before a jury of 12 arbitrators, and you get $25,000. Fail to prove it, and you pay the author nothing.

    As a consequence of this unique offer, you do not even need to read this book to know that it proves, conclusively, that there is absolutely no case against Lee Harvey Oswald. You know this because out of the thousands of people who have read and downloaded this book, not one of them have dared to take The JFK Challenge, including numerous notable proponents of the lone assassin theory, such as Vincent Bugliosi, Stephen King, John McAdams, and Gerald Posner. Moreover, not one of the hundreds of people on Kennedy assassination Internet websites have dared take the offer either.

    Just what is the evidence in this book that is so devastating? The answer is simple: merely the evidence of the case, but put together in novel and at times startling ways. Read this book, and you will find out why the case against Oswald is a complete fantasy, and why in fact, after reading this book, no sane person could ever believe that Lee Harvey Oswald could have been found guilty in a court of law.

    Get ready for the truth, America: there is not one person in the United States, or even the planet, who truly believes that Lee Harvey Oswald would have been convicted of the assassination of President Kennedy. This is especially true because, when all the evidence is analyzed, it becomes painfully apparent that Oswald was framed.

    The question now is, what do we do about it?

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    • Print Length: 328 pages
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    • Language: English
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    • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Chapter 9 is where the action is. 18 April 2013
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    I bought this book because it promised some interesting discussion and perspectives on the legal case against Oswald. I have long pondered the possibility that there were matters that might have compelled a judge to declare parts of the evidence as inadmissible and that, of course, would have jeopardised the prospects of a conviction.

    Fortunately - for this reader - the book does, in the end, discuss the really important issue of the identification and transmittal of crucial evidence; specifically, the shells found on the 6th floor.
    Unfortunately this most interesting and important material has to wait until the very last chapter of the book before it is presented.

    First, the things that I didn't enjoy.

    There is a great deal of material presented here and much of it isn't directly related to the assassination or the case against Oswald. This is particularly annoying because the author declares early on that he can't include all of the evidence because there is so much of it. That's true, there is. The combined efforts of the WC, Clarke Panel, Rockefeller Commission, Church Committee and HSCA do add up to a lot of paperwork. But at least half of the material that Barry includes here has no relationship or relevance to the matter at hand. The space dedicated to highlighting points of law and discussing other legal precedents could have been put to much better use, I feel.

    Barry's writing style is a bit too `populist' for me and the early parts of the book are used to set the tone for the `us-against-them-we-are-being-lied-to' mood. Barry's entreaty to, "Think, The Matrix. Think, The Truman Show. Think, The Prisoner. This is what we are talking about, people!" illustrates the point here.
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    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald Volume 1 21 Jan 2013
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    How much of life is like 'Through the Looking Glass'? Intelligent,logical and - you are innocent till proven guilty- the bedrock of American jurisprudence. A great read.
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    11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Compelling antidote to Bugliosi 13 Sep 2012
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    I've got a new hero: Barry Krusch! This might sound a bit strange, but one of the nice things about the JFK assassination is that, being 50 years ago now, it's possible to employ humor in one's argument without seeming tasteless. Barry Krusch is funny. That is one of the things that makes this book highly readable. But "make no mistake" as our politicians like to say: his wit does not detract from his savagely penetrating legal reasoning. What makes this book different from other JFK books I've read is its very strict adherence to courtroom-style defense of Lee Harvey Oswald, who, after all, we presume at the start to be innocent, as the law stipulates. Don't we?

    Also, Krusch is a geek, so I've got an affinity with him there, being a database guy myself. This man scanned, indexed, and cross-referenced over 100 books on the Kennedy assassination to make a searchable master index, so when he wants to be sure he's got a subject covered, he KNOWS he's got it covered.

    So, take his thoroughness, his methodology, his sense of humor, and his rigorous adherence to the rule of law, and then sit back and enjoy his total deconstruction of the case against Lee Harvey Oswald (or lack thereof, as it plainly turns out). He's got a standing offer of $25K for anyone who can successfully prosecute the case against Oswald to the satisfaction of an Amazon-based jury of peers. Bugliosi and others have been challenged to take him on, to pick up the easy $25K if they're so sure all the facts point towards Oswald's guilt. Somehow, nobody has taken him up on the challenge yet.

    And that is very possibly because there IS no case against Lee Harvey Oswald, and any decent prosecutor knows that very well. Any honest one would admit it.
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    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars An Important Book 9 May 2012
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    Barry Krusch sets forward cogent arguments regarding the problems any court would have had with the evidence put forward to the Warren Commission. First part of the book goes into detailed information about the legal standpoints of the arguments and then progresses to set out where and how he believes the evidence is faulty. Apparently, so far, pro-Warren Commission supporters are wary of taking up Barry's challenge. We wait to see if any of them are confident enough to try.
    I am looking forward to the next two installments.
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    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Wow 7 April 2013
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    Brilliantly written - very logical and compelling. I can say as a Brit, that I am persuaded. Am I missing something, why aren't those people of the US (who are most impacted by this event) shouting and screaming from the rooftops? If BK is right, this is a massive scandal that 50 years on, should be exposed.
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    4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent read - looking forward to part 2 1 May 2012
    By russ
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    This book is written incredibly well, is very easy to read and lays it all out for the reader as to exactly what standard would have been required should LHO have managed to somehow survive his way to court. It really is unbelievable as to what was done back then and what contradictory evidence still sits in the historical record. I cannot see any way for the Lone Nutters to get anywhere near Barry's cash here but am looking forward to see just who will take the challenge.
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    1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Was there a conspiracy? Yes! 16 May 2013
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    For those who want to read the truth and substantiated evidence to accompany it, read this book! Recommended - in three separate volumes
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