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Betrayal : A JFK Honor Guard Speaks
by Hugh Clark and William Matson Law


Overview - The amazing story that William Law has documented with his historical interviews helps us to understanding our true history. This compelling information shreds the official narrative.In 2015, Law and fellow researcher Phil Singer got together the medical corpsman, who had been present at Bethesda Naval Hospital for President Kennedy s autopsy with some of the official honor guard, who had delivered the president s coffin.What happened next was extraordinary.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The amazing story that William Law has documented with his historical interviews helps us to understanding our true history. This compelling information shreds the official narrative.In 2015, Law and fellow researcher Phil Singer got together the medical corpsman, who had been present at Bethesda Naval Hospital for President Kennedy s autopsy with some of the official honor guard, who had delivered the president s coffin.What happened next was extraordinary. The medical corpsmen told the honor guards that they had actually received the president s body almost a half-hour before the honor guard got there. The honor guard couldn t believe this. They had met the president s plane at Andrews, taken possession of his casket and shadowed it all the way to Bethesda. The two sides almost broke into fisticuffs, accusing the other of untruths. Once it was sifted out, and both sides came to the understanding that each was telling their own truths of their experience that fateful day, the feelings of betrayal experienced by the honor guards was deep and profound. This is dynamic first person testimony."

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781634240932
  • ISBN-10: 1634240936
  • Publisher: Trine Day
  • Publish Date: November 2016
  • Page Count: 144


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