They Killed Our President

They Killed Our President

63 Reasons to Believe There Was A Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK

Book - 2013
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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.
Publisher: New York, NY : Skyhorse Publishing, [2013]
ISBN: 9781626361393 (hardcover : alk. paper)
1626361398 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Branch Call Number: 973.922092 VEN
Characteristics: xviii, 349 pages ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Russell, Dick
Wayne, David 1963-


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" It was blatantly clear that Ruby and Oswald knew each other. This was the big elephant in the room, of the Warren Commission. Yet they continued to ignore it." "Ruby and Oswald shared connections to both the CIA, and the Mafia." " Ruby was ultra-connected to the Dallas Police Department." He used to comp them at his nightclub, the Carousel. He'd bring them free sandwiches, at headquarters, the building whose basement was the venue for his silencing of Oswald. This is not to say that a police officer fired the weapon which killed Kennedy. I don't believe in "Badge Man". the truth is so much simpler than that. Take a look for yourself at the Polaroid photos taken at the moment of impact with JFK's head. Can you get beyond the stigma of being a 'conspiracy theorist?' Don't let it scare you that the truth of that basic fact Is so plain to see, if you only use the good eyes your Lord Father gave to you, turn off your mind full of conditioning, and SEE. Children can see the obvious truth, why can't we? Is there really so much fear of the authoritarian interpreters-of-reality in America, that we are scared to say what is really there to be seen? Are Europeans braver than we are? Because they can see what is plainly to be seen, and they will talk about it, too. my fellow writers need not go to other countries, looking for assassins. Coordinators, too, were home-grown. Freedom also includes --to conspire. also, to cook up preposterous theories, such as the "Badge Man," higher on the knoll than the actual gunman, derived from detailed analysis of the very Polaroid taken from across the road from the gunman and his two henchmen ( who actually do a jig and leap for joy, after their missile impacts Kennedy's head). Don't assume Jackie was oblivious to Ladybird's and LBJ's joy, on Air Force 1. She had to hold herself together, and pretending not to notice was her 'how-to.'

Dec 29, 2016

I nominate Jesse Ventura for president of the Conspiracy Nut Jobs Club. This is a children's book. No adult would swallow this stuff.


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