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Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission's Inquiry into the Murders of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J. D. Tippit and Lee Harvey Oswald Hardcover – 1966
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A critique of the Warren Commission's inquiry into the murders of President John F. Kennedy, Officer J. D. Tippit, and Lee Harvey Oswald, with an introduction by Hugh Trevor-Roper.
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Nearly fifty years after the publication of “Rush to Judgment” it remains incomparable in completeness, lucidity, poignancy and succinctness. Lane’s writing is unparalleled. He's the Shakespeare of assassination research authors. But Lane is much more than just a top JFK assassination researcher and author.
On behalf of Lee Harvey Oswald’s mother, Lane represented the interests of Lee Harvey Oswald in the Warren Commission’s proceedings where he was allowed to participate. Lane is the only JFK researcher who testified before the Warren Commission and the only one mentioned by name by Chief Justice Earl Warren during the Commission’s proceedings.
Because of Mark Lane's seminal and groundbreaking "Rush to Judgment" one day rational people might be allowed to ask if the person who benefited the most from the crime of assassinating the president of the United States might possibly have had something to do with the crime.
Asking that question today can still get you stoned for heresy.
But thanks to Lane's pioneering efforts and his endurance of Job-like attacks on his character and livelihood, we may someday be able to acknowledge that Lee Harvey Oswald was just a patsy as he said and then have intelligent discourse about solving the crime of the conspiracy to assassinate JFK and how the country might begin to recover from the epic breach of public trust.
Mark Lane is a national hero and should be honored as such.
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