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- Print Length: 496 pages
- Publisher: Open Court (1 Nov. 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GJVZ8H4
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- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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Murder in Dealey Plaza: What We Know that We Didn't Know Then about the Death of JFK Kindle Edition
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The book is well written and although there are a few typos here and there these will not detract from one's enjoyment.The book has several chapters written by other leading lights in the JFK assassination research community including a chapter from the excellent Vince Palamara on the Secret Service and a chapter on the alteration of the Zapruder film from that other irrepressible and long-standing stalwart of JFK assassination research Jack White.There is much more besides in this superb book.
A good read that will fascinate you. If you want the truth on what happened to JFK
on the 22nd November 1963 you'll find it in this book. You can read this book confident in the knowledge that you ARE reading the TRUTH.
It's very difficult for me to comprehend all of the details concerning the medical and photographic evidence. I have neither sufficient medical insight nor very much experience with film and photography. The techniques involved in photo alteration are beyond me and on top of that the reproduction quality of most of the photographs in the book is rather poor making it virtually impossible for me to conform to the theories presented in the respective essays and articles.
It scares me to read that somebody - to include agents of the Secret Service - allegedly has tampered with the Zapruder Film! If that's true, we can no longer be sure of the timing and sequence of the shooting - usually a precise (+/- less than a second) and common ground for crime scene investigation and research whether you are for or against the lone assassin and single/magic bullet theories. Unfortunately I'm easily discouraged when confronted with new evidence that makes this case even more complicated.Read more ›
If there are salient facts in MIDP (and there may be, I guess), they get totally lost amidst the general confusion and misguided pedantry. This book needed much, much better editing, ideally by someone without so many preconceived notions. Two stars, then, more in sorrow than in anger.
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Excellent as an example for anyone intending to concoct a conspiracy theory then create utterly nonsensical cloud cuckoo supportive arguments. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2013 by PP