Killing Kennedy and the Hoax of the Century

Killing Kennedy and the Hoax of the Century

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
Contends that crucial evidence concerning Kennedy's assassination, including the Zapruder film and autopsy x-rays, was manufactured by investigators and takes issue with another authority on the case, Gerald Posner

Book News
Livingstone continues his decade-long investigation of the JFK assassination and attempts to prove that the evidence critical to both sides of the controversy, the Zapruder film, is a fake. He provides new proof that the autopsy X-rays were forged, unveils previously secret documents, shows how information was suppressed by the Warren Commission and the FBI, and recounts how Gerald Posner's propaganda blitz misled the public and the media. Includes b&w photos and diagrams, and appendices of original documents. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Blackwell North Amer
Killing Kennedy is the crowning achievement of Livingstone's extraordinary, decade-long investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Here he bypasses all previous efforts to solve the mystery of JFK's death and demolishes attempts to disprove a conspiracy. He proves that the central evidence, evidence critical to both sides of the case, is a product of the most incredible hoax of the twentieth century.

& Taylor

The author of High Treason, High Treason 2, and Killing the Truth contends that the central evidence in the case, such as the famous Zapruder film, is fraudulent, the product of an incredible hoax. National ad/promo.

Publisher: New York : Carroll & Graf, 1995
ISBN: 9780786701957
Branch Call Number: 364.1524 LIV
Characteristics: xix, 458 p. ; ill., diagrams and plates. 24 cm


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I suggest reading from the text, and then checking out the photos, with captions, and ask yourself why THESE photos, with the rest of THIS book? l can only speculate that Harry had no say about the photos, like a director of a film who has no final- cut- say. They done Harrison, and us, wrong. Livingstone's previous work, in collaboration with Robert J. Groden, the photographic expert, was far superior to this one, and much less misleading. Maybe Mary Farrell got ahold of this one, before it went to press.


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