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  • File Size: 55283 KB
  • Print Length: 381 pages
  • Publisher: ICI Press (May 10, 2012)
  • Publication Date: May 10, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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Barry Krusch has a bachelors degree in Psychology from Emory University located in Atlanta Georgia, and a Masters degree in Education from Hunter college in New York City. Mr. Krusch also attended law school at the University of Georgia for a year.

After working as an investigator for Atlanta legal aid for four years and a paralegal for four years, Mr. Krusch has worked as an instructional designer, senior instructional designer, and project manager for the last twenty years. His client list includes Bank of America, Wachovia, American Express, Chase, Hartford Life, Knowledge Transfer International, Procter & Gamble, and many others. In 2002, he was responsible for the preliminary instructional design and editing of 52 audio books for Drive2Learn, Inc..

Mr. Krusch is also author of several books. His first book, The 21st Century Constitution, published in 1992 by Stanhope Press, was reviewed by New York Law School professor Richard Bernstein in his book Amending America. In that book, Professor Bernstein stated that the The 21st Century Constitution "may well be the most thoughtful and thorough reframing of the Constitution yet attempted." His second book, Would the Real First Amendment Please Stand Up? was published in 1996. When available in PDF format, it has received over 100,000 downloads since that time. According to the online directory Excite, "If you've got the time, we've got an online book for you. Barry Krusch examines the 1st Amendment in detail and attempts to put the Supreme Court's revisions of the Constitution into a form the layperson can understand. You should know this stuff."

As a result of his works on the Constitution, Mr. Krusch has appeared on the Tom Snyder radio show, as well as C-SPAN. He is also listed as an encyclopedia entry in the Encyclopedia Of Constitutional Amendments.

Mr. Krusch's latest book is Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald, divided into three volumes. This extensive work, over 1000 pages, demonstrates conclusively that the notion of a "lone assassin" in the Kennedy assassination is a complete myth, in no way justified by the evidence, and that therefore any case against Lee Harvey Oswald based on the notion of a lone assassin must completely fail.

His book is one of the most discussed topics in the history of the JFK assassination forum, perhaps for the following reason:

Impossible is paired with a thought experiment called The JFK Challenge. If anyone demonstrates before a unanimous virtual jury of 12 arbitrators that he has distorted or omitted information in a way that materially affects the conclusions of the book, Krusch will award them $25,000.

As of this date, out of thousands of readers of the book, and hundreds of visitors to Internet forums, no one has yet accepted the Challenge.

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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Troy J. Wiggins on November 15, 2012
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i always wondered what really happened on that day in dallas texas and have devoured book upon book totaling between 150-200 in all. i took for granted that some of the evidence against oswald was real, i just couldnt come up with the answear to my main question which WAS " just what was LHOs involvement in the assassination?".Since reading barry krusch's 3 volumes i have finally came to the conclusion that has been so elusive for me about LHO's involvement! here it is: i believe that LHO was lead to believe he was involved some how with the assassination while the whole time behind the scenes he was being set up by the key players to take the fall for the presidents murder! also i believe that the tippet murder was used to incite the dallas ploice against LHO! there is no way IF oswald really killed the president that so much of the evidence could be suspect!
barry krusch proves this point without a reasonable doubt! i mean there is not one piece of evidence that stands up to to the smell test! take a look at some of the disputable evidence gun-not the right length one he supposedly ordered,shell casings-no chain of command,boxes-different positions from photographs,tragetory of bullets-not consistent with depository,number of bullets-more than three were fired to match the zapruder film,autopsy-nothing about autopsy or photographs of autopsy makes since,dallas doctors-did not agree with wounds,limosine-windshield had a strange journey,fbi and cia investigation of presidents murder,warren commission,hsca, etc... i would like to thank barry krusch for opening my eyes to the flimsy evidence against oswald! i hope barry takes other aspects of the jfk assassination and breaks them down like he has done in this wonderful series!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ed Drew on November 10, 2012
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Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald (Volume Three)
I just completed vol 3 of the 3 volume set. I have completed all three volumes. Book three was an excellent summation of what you would use as evidence in a trial situation. There is both a lot of evidence indicating that LHO could not have been the assassin and a lot of evidence that points to him but, generally, is evidence that would not be allowed. As in the empty shells because of a broken custody chain. There certainly is no convincing evidence that LHO ever owned or even held the MC rifle that was 'claimed' to be the weapon found in the SBD. In 1963, I was watching live television when the rifle was 'claimed' to be found and it was held up to the camera and the name Mauser and 7.65 were clearly visible. I was quite surprised to hear a few days later that Oswald had used a MC 6.5 weapon. There was a statement that a palmprint was Oswald's but there was no proof of that. The boxes in the snipers nest had police officers fingerprints, but none of Oswald's. In paraffin tests for nitrates (normally found on a person that has fired a rifle) there were none found on Oswald. Basically, there was no case. He would have been acquitted. You should read the book if you are interested in all the details. Written by Kenneth Drew
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris on February 8, 2014
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There are essentially two kinds of books about the JFK murder. Those that focus on the forensics evidence of the gunshots and the medical evidence of the President's body, and those which focus on the forces behind the murder and their motivations. Barry Krusch's three volume set is about the former - and as the previous reviewer says, Krusch's work will come to be seen as the Rosetta stone for all such forensic analysis.

There are some frustrations with Krusch's approach. Krusch is so convinced of his evidence that he is mounting a one man challenge to anyone who wants to take him on. All such challengers need to do is to prove in front of some independently appointed arbitrators that there can be even 5% doubt about Oswald's innocence (i.e. even if Krusch is 95% right in his arguments he can still lose) and the successful challenger will get $100,000. For a well-heeled defender of the Warren Commission like Vincent Bugliosi you would think this should be money for jam but so far Krusch has had no takers. The trouble from the point of view of the reader is that Krusch spends the first eight chapters establishing the criteria and the structure for his challenge to take place - and he returns to this detail about the process at the end of the 3rd volume. Frankly it can get a little tedious.

However, I would strongly urge anyone who wants proof positive that Oswald could 1) not have been convicted in a fair court; 2) could not have acted alone and 3) was almost certainly not even where he was alleged to have been, then you need to read Krusch's books. I suggest you speed read the first eight chapters and the latter parts of volume 3. Everything in between is absolute gold, which leaves you with little doubt about why no one will ever take him up on his challenge.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Francesco Rossi on January 14, 2014
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Third and final installment of a much needed series. Easily one of the best book-length presentations of the forensic evidence of conspiracy in the JFK assassination. Mr. Krusch puts together the pieces relying on the most up-to-date research, adds his own insight and, above all, builds a legal and logical structure of analysis that provides the right context to fully evaluate the case. The author presents often overlooked pieces of evidence, such as the "case of the incredible moving boxes" and expands on the analysis of the controversial single bullet theory providing 12 well-argued reasons refuting the official version. Undoubtedly Mr. Krusch does a good job when he contributes his own insight in the examination of the evidence (see for example the ballistics analysis of the single bullet theory or the story of the spent rounds in vol. 1) but he does an even better job when he provides broader perspectives of analysis. See in particular the argument highlighting the epistemological bankruptcy of the single bullet theory or the probabilistic assessment of the "innocent explanations" scenario. And there is much more, such as a virtual jury of 12 people examining a specific aspect of the case, the JFK Challenge and even hints to identify some of the players in the conspiracy. One doesn't need to agree with all the points the author makes to accept the case for conspiracy... if you read this series you'll understand why. Bravo, Mr. Krusch!
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