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The Assassinations: Probe Magazine on JFK, MLK, RFK, and Malcolm X Paperback – February 1, 2003
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...a revelation to the uninitiated, a necessary witness for the rest of us... -- Oliver Stone, director of JFK
...bends your mind in twelve different directions, swallows you whole, and spits you out into a steaming landscape... -- Jon Rappoport, author, investigative reporter
...consistently informative and provocative... -- Vincent Bugliosi, author, The Betrayal of America, Helter-Skelter
A rich collection of compelling and intriguing revelations...an eye-opening volume...an excellent book for specialists and general readers alike. -- Dr. Michael Parenti, author, Dirty Truths, Democracy for a Few, The Terrorism Trap: September 11th and Beyond
covered the issues and reported...in remarkable depth...A must-read...a unique volume in the literature on the subject. -- William Turner, former FBI agent, co-author of Deadly Secrets
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John Armstrong's two-part essay documenting the existence of two people using the "Lee Harvey Oswald" identity a decade before JFK's assassination is at once so well-documented and so shocking that it's impossible not to see the fingerprints of certain federal agencies on JFK's murder. Armstrong has his own book on the subject, HARVEY AND LEE, self-published, and if you can hunt down a copy you will be amazed.
Until then, grab this book. You will read it over and over.
The reason why is because it was an extremely investigative Magazine.
James DiEugenio, Lisa Pease, etc have been known for their tireless investigative research into the true circumstances surrounding the death of America's 35th President.
Now, you can read the wonderful articles that the Probe writers worked on concerning the conspiratorial Assassination of not only John F Kennedy, but also the suspicious assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr.
Some have said that perhaps these assassinations werent merely isolated events, but that they were all connected in some way.
This is not far fetched when one considers that Bobby Kennedy was shot within a week after he said "Only the powers of the Presidency will reveal the true circumstances of (JFK's) murder" or words to the effect.
Also J Edgar Hoover, who clearly must atleast be suspected in the murder of Martin Luther King Jr, was THE man in charge of the "investigation" of JFK's death.
Also Hoover hated Bobby Kennedy with a purple passion.
It may be true that the same establishment that felt threatened enough by JFK that they decided to kill him, may have killed his Brother to remain in the shadows that they had hid in since '63.
And Martin Luther King Jr, had, at times, made the same enemies, that the Kennedy brothers had.
One cant help recognize the eerie similarities between Lee Harvey Oswald and James Earl Ray.
Whether these assassinations were related or not, this is for certain: This book will really make you think about these assassinations, if you havent before.
This book is so interesting, you will want to read it and reread it again and again.
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