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The Resource They killed our president : 63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK, Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell and David Wayne

They killed our president : 63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK, Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell and David Wayne

Label
They killed our president : 63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK
Title
They killed our president
Title remainder
63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK
Statement of responsibility
Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell and David Wayne
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The former governor of Minnesota teams up with a successful author and some of the most respected and influential assassination researchers to provide all the conspiracy angles of this notable event in American history
Cataloging source
DLC
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Ventura, Jesse
Dewey number
973.922092
Index
no index present
LC call number
E842.9
LC item number
.V44 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1963-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Russell, Dick
  • Wayne, David
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  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Conspiracies
  • Assassination
  • Conspiracies
  • United States
Label
They killed our president : 63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK, Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell and David Wayne
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Section I: The evidence. Frontal gunshots -- Zapruder film -- U.S. secret service agents -- Grassy Knoll -- Previous plots against President Kennedy -- Last-minute change of motorcycle formation -- Secret service agents ordered off limousine -- Motorcade route changed -- Too many bullets -- Acoustic evidence at Dealey Plaza -- Three rifle shots in six seconds -- Shots that were too close together with a rifle that was not even "sighted in" -- Oswald couldn't have carried in the murder weapon -- No eyewitnesses -- Logistically impossible that Oswald fired shot -- Mauser rifle was found -- No fingerprints -- Oswald was a U.S. intelligence operative -- Oswald had a look-alike intelligence double -- Oswald had no motive for murder -- Paper trail on the rifle was intentional -- The "backyard photo" of Oswald was deemed a forgery -- Oswald denied shooting the president and modern voice technologies determined he was telling the truth -- "Umbrella man" and "radio man" in Dealey Plaza appeared to be acting operationally -- The "three tramps" photographed in Dealey Plaza after the assassination were not actually tramps -- Oswald could not have murdered Officer Tippit -- The murder of Oswald was obvious witness-silencing -- Jack Ruby knew Lee Harvey Oswald -- Section II. The cover-up. The smoking gun of the cover-up -- The presidential limousine was crucial crime scene evidence -- The illegal removal of the president's body -- Hoover and the FBI assisted the cover-up -- The x-rays showed that the bullet particles were from exploding ammunition -- The official autopsy photos and x-rays were altered -- Another key witness silenced: Navy Lieutenant Commander William Bruce Pitzer -- The Zapruder film was apparently altered -- The "magic bullet" theory has been proven false -- The U.S. government subverted the investigation of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: David Ferrie -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Dorothy Kilgallen -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Lee Bowers -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Mary Pinchot Meyer -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Sam Giancana -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Johnny Roselli -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: George De Mohrenschildt -- The Warren Commission structured the evidence to fit its pre-formed conclusions -- The CIA also participated in the cover-up -- Mainstream media reinforced the false conclusions of the Warren Commission -- Section III. The witnesses. A special team from military intelligence was sent to Dallas -- Conclusions of U.S. intelligence agents -- Testimony and wiretapped conversations of mobsters -- Other witnesses -- Fabian Escalante and conclusions of Cuban intelligence study -- Section IV. The why, who, and how. The "military-industrial complex," JFK's foreign policy & the Joint Chiefs of Staff -- The Kennedy Administration's war on organized crime & big oil -- Complicity of the CIA -- Complicity of military-industrial complex -- Complicity of the Mafia -- Complicity of anti-Castro Cubans -- Complicity of Lyndon Johnson -- Complicity of H.L. Hunt and "Texas oil" -- A CIA plot against Castro was apparently "hijacked" and used against JFK, which explains the perceived need for a national security cover-up -- The true facts concerning the conspiracy and cover-up have still not been revealed to the American public -- Conclusion
Control code
ocn849801343
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 349 pages
Isbn
9781626361393
Lccn
2013024922
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40022925552
System control number
(OCoLC)849801343
Label
They killed our president : 63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK, Jesse Ventura with Dick Russell and David Wayne
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Section I: The evidence. Frontal gunshots -- Zapruder film -- U.S. secret service agents -- Grassy Knoll -- Previous plots against President Kennedy -- Last-minute change of motorcycle formation -- Secret service agents ordered off limousine -- Motorcade route changed -- Too many bullets -- Acoustic evidence at Dealey Plaza -- Three rifle shots in six seconds -- Shots that were too close together with a rifle that was not even "sighted in" -- Oswald couldn't have carried in the murder weapon -- No eyewitnesses -- Logistically impossible that Oswald fired shot -- Mauser rifle was found -- No fingerprints -- Oswald was a U.S. intelligence operative -- Oswald had a look-alike intelligence double -- Oswald had no motive for murder -- Paper trail on the rifle was intentional -- The "backyard photo" of Oswald was deemed a forgery -- Oswald denied shooting the president and modern voice technologies determined he was telling the truth -- "Umbrella man" and "radio man" in Dealey Plaza appeared to be acting operationally -- The "three tramps" photographed in Dealey Plaza after the assassination were not actually tramps -- Oswald could not have murdered Officer Tippit -- The murder of Oswald was obvious witness-silencing -- Jack Ruby knew Lee Harvey Oswald -- Section II. The cover-up. The smoking gun of the cover-up -- The presidential limousine was crucial crime scene evidence -- The illegal removal of the president's body -- Hoover and the FBI assisted the cover-up -- The x-rays showed that the bullet particles were from exploding ammunition -- The official autopsy photos and x-rays were altered -- Another key witness silenced: Navy Lieutenant Commander William Bruce Pitzer -- The Zapruder film was apparently altered -- The "magic bullet" theory has been proven false -- The U.S. government subverted the investigation of New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: David Ferrie -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Dorothy Kilgallen -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Lee Bowers -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Mary Pinchot Meyer -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Sam Giancana -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: Johnny Roselli -- Another key witness conveniently silenced: George De Mohrenschildt -- The Warren Commission structured the evidence to fit its pre-formed conclusions -- The CIA also participated in the cover-up -- Mainstream media reinforced the false conclusions of the Warren Commission -- Section III. The witnesses. A special team from military intelligence was sent to Dallas -- Conclusions of U.S. intelligence agents -- Testimony and wiretapped conversations of mobsters -- Other witnesses -- Fabian Escalante and conclusions of Cuban intelligence study -- Section IV. The why, who, and how. The "military-industrial complex," JFK's foreign policy & the Joint Chiefs of Staff -- The Kennedy Administration's war on organized crime & big oil -- Complicity of the CIA -- Complicity of military-industrial complex -- Complicity of the Mafia -- Complicity of anti-Castro Cubans -- Complicity of Lyndon Johnson -- Complicity of H.L. Hunt and "Texas oil" -- A CIA plot against Castro was apparently "hijacked" and used against JFK, which explains the perceived need for a national security cover-up -- The true facts concerning the conspiracy and cover-up have still not been revealed to the American public -- Conclusion
Control code
ocn849801343
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 349 pages
Isbn
9781626361393
Lccn
2013024922
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40022925552
System control number
(OCoLC)849801343

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