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This review is from: Last Word: My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK (Kindle Edition)
What can anybody say that's new about a 50-year-old assassination? A lot, as it turns out. Mark Lane delivers. I always suspected that the truth would come out someday, rising above the wild-eyed speculation. When you piece it together with "Last Word," you realize that it finally has. He settles the case with a litigator's precision. Yes, Lane has been biased toward conspiracy from the beginning. Yes, his love for JFK drives him. But facts are facts. Any jury presented with Lane's case would have to conclude that JFK died in a coup d'etat. The charge that JFK was killed by the CIA isn't new, of course, but I don't know of any who make the case with more clarity and conviction. Lane makes some casual references to people, places and incidents that might not resonate with those who haven't already read dozens of books on the subject, but it's written clearly enough that even a newbie should be able to get past that.