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Files on JFK: Interviews with Confessed Assassin James E. Files, and More New Evidence of the Conspiracy that Killed JFK Paperback – September 1, 2008
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Upon opening to the preface of the book, I was surprised to have found it authored by Dan Marvin. If you don't know who he is, get busy! Buy the banned video series "The Men who Killed Kennedy" by Nigel Turner. You can find bootleg copies all over and various segments are available on YouTube and other such media. If you don't cry along with him at the end of his testimony, you have no heart or soul.
Any researcher can find no stronger endorsement than one provided by Dan Marvin. All this aside, I still read the book not allowing my feelings for Dan to interfere with objectivity.
The book is written in a format that resembles a collage of information as opposed to the narrative formats we have grown accustomed to. It is packed with research gathered by MANY experts in addition to the author. The work is not one man's personal opinion about what happened. It is pure statement and fact backed by legitimate research. Those trying to discredit this book or its authors have simply not done their fair share of research.
I'm weary of book reviewers who like to hear themselves retell their version of the Kennedy assasination. It does no good for any of us. It lends prejudice to those who are less informed and annoys the hell out of those of us who have put in the hard time of legitimate research. I don't mean to offend anyone but let's stick to the point which is reviewing the book in question.
Dankbaar's book is a Masterpiece. It's a little complex for a novice as there are so many references and names the reader should be familiar with before jumping in with both feet. It can be a bit hard to follow at times because of the compilation format, but if given the time for true analysis and comprehension, it ranks in the top three MOST DEFINITIVE WORKS regarding the Kennedy assasination.
Dankbaar is careful not to lace facts with personal opinion. I'm not sure if it's his writing style or if it was deliberately intended, but in no way did I ever feel as though I was a donky being led by a carrot as is the case with so many of these books. When he finally lends his opinion, the reader is nearly done with the book, and the author states VERY CLEARLY that it's his opinion.
I confess I had SEVERE doubts about testimony by Mr. Files because of the blatant presence of information aimed at discrediting his testimony. The more I read, however, the more I believed him to be truthful and accurate. His knowlege and attention to detail regarding so many issues could not have been gained through reading books in prison. His range of knowlege about covert operations, the CIA, the FBI, the Family (Mob) could only be gained through personal experience. Mr. Files is consistent in answering material about which he posesses knowledge and abstaining from commenting about anything he is unsure of. MR FILES NEVER SPECULATES! These are not characteristics of an egotist or a sensationalist starving for attention as some of the disinformers may have you believe.
The book is also multi-layered with answers to many questionable events occuring during this time slot in history.
This is a remarkable work which should be read by all who believe in democracy. It's a true eye opener.
This is the first book I've read by Mr. Dankbaar. I am only vaguely familiar with his obviously controversial website. I don't care how much money he's made or who he's managed to enrage. As you can see, I'm completely unbiased.
This is a first class, A#1 book which should be required reading for anyone interested in the history of our country.
I just recieved his new release about Chauncy Holt. If you're not sure who he is, get busy.
Contains not only early '90s interviews with the man who says that *he* pointed his rifle at the President - not from a window but from behind a fence - but correlary material on some behind the scenes individuals, some who got Files to the place - not his prison cell - but that of a top name in the 11-22-63 conspiracy realm.
Don't want to give anything away but Files' in print is just as "convincing" as Files on youtube (where his dialogue is very consistent ten years apart). He gives to the micro-second detail on his movements approx two days before and two hours after the "event".
His recall of 11-22-63 is astonishing - although I'm still foggy as to his memory of messing around with Oswald the day (or so) before - it seems that Oswald was in the role of enabler (not disabler, as he seems to have been on the very first assassination attempt). Files says LHO was certainly not a lone nut but what was he?
Also, in possibly the most fascinating (though short) recall of the man who killed Officer Tippitt (hint: not the "usual suspect"), the later rendezvous with JF seems a tad ambiguous.
To add to his "credibility" is his insistence that he is no JFK conspiracy guy...has read next to nothing on the subject of the waking nightmare of November, 1963.
I was surprised to read his comments on the RFK-Monroe subject. Don't want to play "spoiler" here.
Specifically in regards to the book, it could certainly have benefited by having a professional editor. There are spelling errors & misused words throughout. It does not read like a normal book but rather a series of compiled articles. I would love to see this get its due by a good writer & a proper publisher. But in spite of the problems, the content is nothing short of jaw-dropping. Several new major players & their connections are revealed. Oswald's role as CIA contract agent is exposed. CIA Mexico station chief David Atlee Phillips was a key figure in the plot. Sam Giancana, Johnny Roselli, Chuckie Nicoletti, Pete Licavoli, David Ferrie. It's a long list of gangsters, CIA agents & anti-Castro Cubans folks. All connected by the CIA's intention to oust Castro by any means necessary. The CIA had a history of collaborating with the mob going back to WWII & the mob wanted Castro out as much as the CIA. So it was a match made in heaven. JFK got in the way of those plans so he had to go. Bottom line is that JFK was murdered on your dime with your tax dollars. It's just another example of a long list of CIA plans gone insanely & criminally astray.