John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. November 22, 2013 marked the fiftieth anniversary of that assassination. And, in that five-decade period, a controversy raged: did Oswald kill Kennedy? And if so, did he act alone?Read more...
John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963. November 22, 2013 marked the fiftieth anniversary of that assassination. And, in that five-decade period, a controversy raged: did Oswald kill Kennedy? And if so, did he act alone? But there's actually no controversy: The Case Against Oswald, divided into two major Propositions, was (and is) completely and utterly intellectually bankrupt. If you didn't know it before reading this book, you will certainly know it after.
Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald demonstrates, conclusively, that there was a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy. Because of this, The Case Against Oswald -- predicated on Oswald being a lone assassin -- must inevitably fall.
Highlights of this book include:
- The Case of the Incredible Moving Boxes (Proposition One, Element Three); - The 12 reasons why the single-bullet "theory" is a total fantasy; - A final analysis of the confidence level for Proposition One; - A Virtual Jury of 12 provides their confidence level for the Case of the Incredible Moving Boxes; - An overview of The JFK Challenge and The JFK Mini-Challenge, with a draft set of proposed rules.
- Your Homework Assignment (to get more background information on a bombshell document first released on the Internet in 2011).
This item is Non-Returnable.
- ISBN-13: 9780962098161
- ISBN-10: 0962098167
- Publisher: WWW.Theintelligentcommunity.com
- Publish Date: July 2012
- Page Count: 382
- Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.79 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.12 pounds