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Next, I strongly disagree on the assessment of Mark Lane. He turned up much chicanery in the Warren Commission hatchet job on Lee Oswald and Jack Ruby. As for Mary Ferrell, his back story of her meshes with other sources I have read. I have detailed much of my specific Warren Report pet peeves in other Amazon reviews, but I will briefly present one of these that is raised by Hanger. The Texas School Book Depository had two employee break areas, not one as the Warren Report suggested (the WR suggested the 2nd floor breakroom as the one and only breakroom as the lunchroom in a shoddy effort to support its timeline for Oswald's actions following the assassination.) The larger lunchroom where Oswald actually admitted to eating his cheese sandwich and apple lunch was the 1st floor lunchroom known as the Domino Room. Oswald had gone to the 2nd floor breakroom for a Coca-Cola since this soda machine was only on the 2nd floor. He was placed in the Domino Room by Jarmin's coworkers which is never mentioned by the WR. Lane uncovered this as well as Brennan's not wearing his prescription glasses and Helen Markham's claim to be talking to Tippet who was determined to be dead when his body hit the pavement at his Oak Cliff murder site. Now, Hager does great service in pointing the finger of fate at elements of the CIA for murdering President Kennedy. The material at the end of this book regarding the Masons, etc. is but padding not having any connection with the assassination. As a summary, this book is merely adequate and nothing more.