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Flight from Dallas: New Evidence of CIA Involvement in the Murder of President John F. Kennedy Paperback – July 6, 2006
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In response to another reviewer who criticized this book because the photo on the cover does not look like Air Force One, it's not SUPPOSED to look like Air Force One. This story concerns an unsuspecting Air Force Sergeant who hitches a ride on a transport from Washington, DC to what he thinks is going to be Denver, Colorado. The plane makes an unexpected detour to Dallas and the Sergeant is an unwitting witness to some strange events. The plane is a C-54.
In all honesty, I don't believe that a casual reader would enjoy this story; I think it is geared more toward folks with a serious interest in the JFK assassination. I know that the government has been lying to us for 50 years about this tragic event, and I am always eager to learn more.
The question is: who were the two guys who got on the CIA transport,
in the Trinity river wash, on the afternoon of November 22, 1963.
My bet is that it was David Morales (Nash Rambler getaway driver) and
Larry Crafard (Oswald impersonator)
Read this book and see what you think, then send me a comment,
I am curious to know...
From the Dallas Public Library, I obtained moderately high-resolution aerial photographs taken on January 4, 1964, of the landing and take-off area. Yes, there were indications of a strip of land there that might have been used as a landing strip. I myself cannot say for certain.
This story presents one of three sightings of an Oswald lookalike after the real Oswald was under arrest. There is no doubt that a lookalike was used by the conspiracy to immensely complicate the evidence and to help to guarantee that the crime would never be solved without confessions.
*JFK and The Unspeakable Washington and Dallas page 302
On page 12 Vinson has 2 daughters, and on page 14 he re-marries and acquires 2 step-children, and through all the strife that follows -- the long trips, the custom-built house, the hasty sale and sudden move to Las Vegas and recruitment by the CIA, all the enumerated reasons given for refusing recruitment, his (and his wife's) worries about his personal safety -- his children are never mentioned again.
Simply not realistic. And this written by someone with six kids.
So, poor writing? Or was it all just blather?
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I bought this book because it almost has as good looking a book cover as the Jeremy Scahill
book on the U.S. drone assassination program. Read more
Very interesting thoughts. Some of the JFK scenarios are garbage. As a retired military intelligence agent, I can believe this scenario.Published 5 months ago by Dave Davidson
The story is rather far-fetched but not impossible. I had a hard time believing it: That a huge C-54 could pick up the assassins and nobody was away of the plane? Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by Lutabell
I haven't read the book, so I gave it 3 stars. My comment is based on the fact that the cover is wrong.... Read morePublished on April 2, 2010 by arubatom