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Legacy of Secrecy

The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination

Lamar Waldron Thom Hartmann



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10 November 2009
History; History of the Americas; 21st century history: from c 2000 -; Postwar 20th century history, from c 1945 to c 2000; Political leaders & leadership; Political assassinations
UPDATED WITH DRAMATIC NEW REVELATIONS! The trade paperback has three new chapters, an expanded photo-document section, and updated text throughout, including the completed story of how three powerful Mafia bosses used John and Robert Kennedy's top-secret plan of staging a coup against Fidel Castro to murder JFK. Documented from the National Archives for the first time is Watergate burglar Bernard Barker's decades-long work for the Mafia, even Barker's time aiding the CIA with the coup plan. Barker sold out the coup plan to his mob bosses helping to assassinate JFK, and forcing US officials previously involved with Barker to withhold key information from the Warren Commission. This cloud of secrecy surrounding JFK's assassination allowed two men who confessed to playing roles in JFK's murder to be free and aid in the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King in 1968. The trade paperback also contains important new information about the FBI informant who obtained the JFK assassination confession of godfather Carlos Marcello, which the Bureau kept secret for twenty years.
By:   Lamar Waldron, Thom Hartmann
Imprint:   Counterpoint
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 153mm,  Spine: 53mm
Weight:   1.262kg
ISBN:   9781582435350
ISBN 10:   1582435359
Pages:   922
Publication Date:   10 November 2009
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Legacy of Secrecy: The Long Shadow of the JFK Assassination

<br> Explosive new material, based mainly on government documents from the National Archives. -- Vanity Fair <br> Waldron and Hartmann offer convincing evidence . . . A riveting take on the assassination itself and the devastating results of government secrets, this account proves the continuing relevancy and importance of seeking the truth behind one of the US's most personal tragedies. -- Publishers Weekly (starred review) <br> I believe Waldron's heavy-to-lift book is actually all but the last word on these troubling assassinations which have been so wildly speculated about since 1963 . . . Lamar Waldron, indefatigable public servant and author deserves his own Pulitzer Prize for his great work. --Liz Smith, New York Post <br> They've done a service by digging up the deepest, darkest, most disturbing archival evidence to support their Mob hit theory. --Ron Rosenbaum <br> Staggering! --Mark Crispin Miller <br> Exhaustively researched -- New York Observer <br>

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