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Who Really Killed Kennedy? : 50 Years Later: Stunning New Revelations About the JFK Assassination
 
 

Who Really Killed Kennedy? : 50 Years Later: Stunning New Revelations About the JFK Assassination [Kindle Edition]

Jerome Corsi
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Almost nothing gives rise to more national intrigue than the murder of an American president. And on November 22, 2013, the nation will experience the 50th anniversary of one of the most traumatic events in modern American history, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  

From day one, the truth behind JFK's assassination has been mired in controversy and dispute. The Warren Commission, established just seven days after Kennedy's death, delved into the who, what, when, and where of the tragedy, and over the course of the following year compiled an 889-page report that arrived at the now widely contested conclusion: Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole assassin.   

In Who Really Killed Kennedy?, No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D., provides readers with the ultimate JFK assassination theory book. One-by-one, each chapter will examine the strongest arguments regarding the killing of JFK, including theories surrounding the mob, the CIA, Cuban radicals, LBJ, right-wing extremists and more.   

By book's end, Who Really Killed Kennedy? will provide convincing analysis that existing evidence rules out the possibility that JFK was killed by a lone assassin. Fifty years after this epic American tragedy, there's still a gunman on the loose.

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  • Publisher: WND Books; 1 edition (17 Sep 2013)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Very informative 1 Nov 2013
By Dickens
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This was a book that has lots of relevant information and so e which I hadn't heard before. At times I found the data a bit repetitive between the chapters. It is a long book and it takes a very wide view of the options but I cannot say that I was convinced by anything really new. It rambled on at times and could have been shorter, to the point and reached a conclusion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A convincing and gripping history. 25 Feb 2014
Format:Hardcover
I remember where I was when Kennedy was killed. Unlike most of the people in this book I was not in Dallas. The author is very thorough. He examines ballistic evidence, evidence of autopsies, statements, films,photographs and just about every book on the subject.
He makes a convincing case that the assassin was not Oswald. As a lawyer with many cases under my belt I accept what he says, especially as we know so much more now.
The CIA sound a villainous lot. We know that the Mafia are by nature villainous. Nixon was villainous. Joseph Kennedy was villainous. If I'd known how villainous all these grownups were I might have raised the matter with my history teacher, a good man who fought at Arnhem.
The book is sometimes repetitive, but on the whole it is quite well written. Worth reading.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent read 14 Dec 2013
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a well written book taking an unbiased view of the Kennedy assassination, taking into account all the available facts from the single gunman and triangulated crossfire schools of thought.
to be recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great read. And 14 Jan 2014
By laurie
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Gave it to my brother for Xmas. He loved it! Book arrived in great time for Xmas - just wished I had had the time to read it myself before I wrapped it!
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173 of 190 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Book will open your eyes to the case like no other work before 17 Sep 2013
By Scott Greer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
There have been endless works on the assassination of JFK and who was behind it. From a gang of hobos to angry Cuban expats, the list of possible conspirators is numerous and all theories have been covered to some extent. What hasn't been covered before is the larger context that the assassination took place in and how it is still relevant to our current political climate, until now with Jerome Corsi's new book Who Really Killed Kennedy?

Corsi's essential argument is that the plot to kill Kennedy was hatched by military and financial elites who were displeased with Kennedy's unwillingness to go along with their plans for a New World Order. Presenting new and overlooked evidence, Dr. Corsi argues his case with thorough documentation and persuasive analyses that offers an enlightening perspective for the reader.

His argument that it was powerful elements within the government and their allies in the military-industrial complex and financial institutions is also a more plausible theory than others that have been suggested due to the fact that they would've had the ability to cover up the conspiracy and they directly benefitted from the death of JFK. They were able to increase America's involvement in Vietnam and create the kind of military that would be able to protect their interests across the world. It offers a theory for why America would get involved in such conflicts as Iraq and Syria when there seems to be no vested interest for our country to get involved.

Whether you believe his theory or not, this book is an engaging read and offers a new perspective on the assassination that shocked a nation and changed the course of history. I recommend this book as it looks to be the best account of the assassination that has been published so far.
148 of 167 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More than a Kennedy assassination book 16 Sep 2013
By JFF - Published on Amazon.com
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Jerome Corsi has written more than a Kennedy assassination book. This is a book that explains much about what is fundamentally wrong with America -- about how powerful people, in the shadows, get what they want no matter what the price. It is at once a surprise from Corsi, who is wrongly perceived as a mere political pundit, and yet not surprising at all. This book reveals him to be one of the premiere investigative journalists in the country today. He names names and backs up his story with personal experience, primary sources and amazing documentation, considering this story is 50 years old.
82 of 98 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing - Could not put it down! 16 Sep 2013
By The Sundance Kid - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
Dr. Jerome Corsi has proven himself, over and over again, to be the consummate investigative reporter and author. Heavily documented, thoroughly researched, and brilliantly written - this book will make you think...and then think some more! Considering the Kennedy assassination is fifty years old - this book is an amazingly fresh and exciting read. If you want to know the latest and freshest information as well as the digest of history in this case - this is a must have book.
62 of 75 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well Researched With Some New Information 17 Oct 2013
By Stephen Courts - Published on Amazon.com
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I was skeptical of Corsi due to his character assassination of John Kerry, when Dubya was fricking AWOL and a pretend pilot. Avoiding Viet Nam by circumventing the draft through the Air National Guard. However Corsi has written a very good book that has new information and provocative chapters, like the Grassy Knoll with Sniper/Author Craig Roberts. There are a number of errors with dates and names which is inexcusable coming from a full time writer. He mixes up Epstein for Fonzi and has JFK giving a speech in 1970 and has Clay Shaw almost breaking the case when he meant Jim Garrison. The book could have used a proof reader with a little experience.

I was not swayed by the KGB defector who claimed Khrushchev was seeking revenge for the Cuban Missile Crisis. Not true. James Douglass has written a masterpiece in JFK & The Unspeakable, Why He Died & Why It Matters debunking this nonsense. This chapter Oswald, The KGB, And The Plots To Assassinate JFK IN Chicago And Tampa is accurate except for the Khrushchev part. Chicago and Tampa were real assassination attempts
on President Kennedy. To my pleasant surprise Mr. Corsi gives full credit to one courageous Secret Service Agent who assisted in the Chicago attempt on November 2, 1963. That would of course be Abraham Bolden, who would suffer significantly for truth telling in 1964 after attempting to reach the "Johnson Commission" with information about the attempts on President Kennedy's life and the lax, at best, security surrounding him.

The chapter on the Roots Of The JFK Assassination - A Banana Republic, The CIA And The Mob is an excellent primer on the skullduggery of the CIA acting to protect the neo-colonial masters by Coup d'état's and assassinations. Very well written and researched, sowing the seeds of "how to" for future Coup's, including the execution of President Kennedy. Similarly the chapter on Cuba, Nixon & Watergate is full of excellent research. In all there are seven chapters and a conclusion and except for the former Romanian intelligence officer Ion Mihai Pacepa, the entire book is full of solid research. To his credit Corsi gives due recognition to the premier researchers such as Douglass, James DiEugenio, Mary Ferrell, Gaeton Fonzi and Russ Baker and others.

While he suspects George H.W. Bush (I do too), Nixon and of course LBJ and most importantly the Military and CIA (Dulles), he stops short of calling the execution "State Sponsored". In so many words he alludes to this, but Vincent Salandria called this as early as 1963-64 for what it was. It was and continues to be a State Sponsored Coup d'état directed at the highest level of the Military, "Intelligence" and Corporate leaders. I particularly liked the history (I have read it before) of the Dulles', George Herbert Walker and Prescott Bush and their duplicitous and traitorous involvement in support of Hitler. The section on Reinhard Gehlen would be very fascinating if more people would READ and understand how Fascism was imported to the United States post World War 2. Most people are unfortunately like Allen Dulles said, not readers. This information would be an excellent avenue of informing Americans of how the Fourth Reich has come to our country.

I was at the end pleasantly surprised at how much I liked the book. I read it twice over about 4 days. I already knew a lot about the evidence, but did learn some things I was not up to speed on. This is a highly recommended book for both the experienced and the novice reader interested in how the United States has become what it is today, compared to what it might have been if JFK had served out his two terms. JFK's vision of self sufficient third world mineral wealthy countries and the new One World Government we now have is beautifully explained by Mr. Corsi. This is a book you will want to read a second time and maybe a third time. Get it and overlook the few errors and see the big picture. You will not be disappointed unless you believe LHO alone, without confederates, shot and killed President Kennedy. So my friends like SV Anderson/David Von Pein, Patrick Collins and other paid prostitutes of the CIA and MI-6 can save their emails rebutting this book. If you see a one or two star review for this book, it will have come from those type of paid disinformation specialists.

Stephen Courts
October 16, 2013
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1.0 out of 5 stars Would disappointing be an understatement... 13 Mar 2014
By Patrick Collins - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Hardcover
It seems unfair somehow to make a harsh judgment of a man with a Harvard Ph.D attempting to write a reasonable account of the JFK assassination some 50 years after the event. It is however I am afraid, justified. How a man with seemingly impeccable credentials can write such an appalling book is I have to say quite astonishing. The book is completely selective, totally one sided in its approach and is full of conjecture and sadly many errors. Almost as astonishing is the number of favourable reviews here on Amazon. One can only assume that the reviewers are rather new to the JFK assassination.

The book merely skirts the surface of this subject matter and simply regurgitates the same old same old JFK myths that most of us have heard before - only perhaps in greater detail elsewhere. Toward the end there is some analysis of the wider political picture of the time, but it is no match for the recent 2013 competition.

Why bother writing a book in the first place if you are going to demonstrate palpable misrepresentation, for example on page 50:-

"Elm Street makes a pronounced S-curve as it winds toward the triple underpass with the result that the angle of the shot from the 6th floor corner window to the back of JFK's head was changing constantly as the limo headed west down Elm St".

No it categorically was not!!!

The author it seems has not bothered to look at a map or a surveyors map of Dealey Plaza. Actually Elm Street - in the area where the back shot and head shot struck - between approx. 65 and 88 yards from the 6th floor window, is nigh on a straight line with only a very slight left to right tracking required. It is by no means an S shape at all!

To add insult to injury the author uses Craig Roberts book "Kill Zone" as a source of information, to say that Kill Zone is one of the worst books on the JFK assassination is an understatement. It is categorically the worst, bar one, only the dreadful "Analysis of a Shooting" by Orlando Martin eclipses Roberts' work.

Another pearl, the author would have has us believe that resident Julie Anne Mercer who saw a small utility truck parked on Elm St 90 minutes before the assassination actually witnessed 2 men carrying a package that may have contained a gun up the grassy knoll - and leave the truck parked on the street. Really? Sounds like a well laid out plan to me....and the inference is that the men were Ruby and Oswald....who's location at 1100 approx on 22 November 1963 is known....and it was not out there on Elm Street.

Well never mind because it was established some years later that the truck belonged to a local company contracted to do some maintenance work for the Dallas City Council. Seems like the author has not done as much research as the back cover claims. On the subject of the back cover claims....."the rarely studied final few frames of the Zapruder film that prove the wound in the back of JFK's head was an exit wound"...

The Zapruder film shows no such thing of course - the author has just simply made this up. There is no discernible wound in the back of the head in the final frames of the film, the back of the head is barely visible. However the back of the head is visible and much closer to Zapruder between frames 320 and 350 in which it can clearly be seen the rear of the head is intact. Does the author mention this....? No of course not.

Corsi would have us believe that Howard Brennan, wearing a white hard hat and who is visible in the Zapruder film, is not looking at the 6th floor window as the shots are fired as he claimed. Really? Well there is no way you can tell from the Zapruder film where Brennan is looking, but Corsi seems to think there is. Its another blatant lie.

The author also brings up the Mauser "non story"...a German rifle and not an Italian Mannlicher was found in the TSBD.....really. Ask any Dallas cop, newsman or reporter serving on that day and ask them how many rifles were found in the TSBD....the answer is one. There were never two rifles. As one was photographed and identified as an Italian MC, what of the Mauser? Clearly there was not one. End of story, it was a mistake as everyone who was there would tell you.

Corsi questions the quality of the Italian rifle, alluding that it was not up to the job, yet neglects to mention that if it was so poor - it was indeed a bad choice of weapon with which to frame Oswald. The author also concludes that the JFK neck wound was an entry, oh dear. As no bullets were found in the body and as JFK was shot in the upper back from the rear this necessarily means we have clandestine bullet removal and also 5 shots and not 3. Enough said? Yes I think so, a book of extreme views unsupported by evidence that if you have read much on the JFK case before, will tell you nothing new.

And the answer to the question "So who really killed JFK"...

Dulles, Nixon and LBJ of course along with a little help for the Corsican Mafia.

If you want to learn what actually happened in Dallas from a perspective of accuracy I would recommend a truly fine book on the JFK case that puts this sensationalist effort by Michael Corsi to shame and that is Peter Knight's "The Kennedy Assassination". under 200 pages, 2007. A masterpiece and a lesson in how to write about the JFK case - one Mr Corsi should have taken.
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