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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
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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-
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  • 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
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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  • txt
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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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