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Destiny Betrayed: JFK, Cuba, and the Garrison Case Second Edition, Kindle Edition
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A worthy and logical response to . . . those who would destroy Jim Garrison's immense contribution to the truth--Oliver Stone
Aworthy and logical response to . . . those who would destroy Jim Garrison simmense contribution to the truth. --Oliver Stone --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
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- ASIN : B00AB1NLEU
- Publisher : Skyhorse; Second Edition (26 November 2012)
- Language : English
- File size : 1006 KB
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- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 497 pages
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I have one or two criticisms however - for any one not familiar with the case and the events, there are just too many names. As one other reviewer has suggested a "who's who" of the book would have been most helpful.
Secondly as an outside observer I find it just a wee bit hard to swallow the number of CIA/FBI journalists on the go - it seemed to me while reading the book that any journalist who agreed with the Warren Commission or was dismissive of Garrison did so because they were actually in the employ of, or were linked to the government agencies mentioned above. Really? - all of them
It was also a bit disappointing to encounter several occasions in the book when vital new ( at least new to me ) evidence arose but " has now disappeared". In particular I have to admit that I was not aware that Oswald had ( according to the book) named Ruby as a referee on a job application form. " Here it is" I thought - definitive proof of the connection between the two that has so often been suspected but denied by official reports. But - hold on - the document has " disappeared". As has various other tape recordings etc.
This is a great book - but for anyone thinking that this book (or any book) is going to "solve" the mystery or "present the whole truth" forget it. That is never going to happen and it is surely time to accept that.
Strange that most of the "lone nut " views of this story don't bother with either of the above, i wonder why.