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The 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy on that bright morning in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, is only weeks away, and Americans’ interest in what actually happened appears never to have dimmed.
“Who Really Killed Kennedy? 50 Years Later: Stunning New Revelations About the JFK Assassination,”the newest and most personal book ever for New York Times bestselling author Dr. Jerome Corsi, currently is topping three categories on Amazon: History/United States/20th Century; Biographies & Memoirs/ Espionage; and Biographies & Memoirs/ John F. Kennedy.
It’s also No. 34 overall.
Published on September 17 by WND Books, “Who Really Killed Kennedy?” is the most intense investigation yet for Corsi, who previously has been atop the New York Times bestselling list, too.
“Out of all the books I’ve written, stories I’ve published and broken, this is the most personal one yet,” said Corsi. “The assassination of JFK was a seminal event in American history and a moment that set in motion the trajectory of what we call the ‘New World Order’.”
His work this time delves into recently declassified documents that shed new light on what really happened, both leading up to and on the fateful day of November 22, 1963.
Fifty years ago, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was gunned down in a Dallas motorcade with his beautiful wife Jacqueline at his side, killed by an assassin’s bullet in the prime of his life and the height of his presidential power.
Ever since – despite the official Warren Commission Report and literally hundreds of books and film documentaries – the JFK assassination has remained the greatest “who-done-it?” mystery of the 20th century.
Meticulously researched and fully documented, “Who Really Killed Kennedy?” is the definitive source for those who, after five decades, wish to truly understand how and why Kennedy was assassinated – including information that has largely been hidden from the American people since the 1960s. In this ultimate guide to the JFK assassination, readers will learn about:
- the ballistic evidence that proves there was more than one shooter
- the rarely studied final few frames of the Zapruder film that prove the wound in the back of JFK’s head was an exit wound
- the eyewitnesses who saw Oswald in the second floor lunchroom when Dallas police rushed in the building
- the two previous attempts to assassinate JFK in November 1963
- how Lee Harvey Oswald had extensive ties to the CIA and the KGB, and about his sordid relationship with his murderer, Jack Ruby
- how JFK was aware specific plans were being made to assassinate him
- how JFK double-crossed Richard Nixon and the CIA to win the election of 1960
- the tape-recorded confessions Mafia godfathers made detailing their involvement in financing and planning the JFK assassination
- how JFK lost control of the CIA when he decided to pull the U.S. military out of Vietnam, where top CIA operatives were engaged in drug trafficking.
- how JFK and Life magazine threatened to derail LBJ’s political career
In researching “Who Really Killed Kennedy?,” Corsi has sorted through the mountains of evidence – the hundreds of books, the tens of thousands of documents (including all 26 volumes of the Warren Commission’s report), several films, and countless photographs.
Dissecting the Warren Commission’s conclusion that Oswald acted alone, he carefully and convincingly separates the unlikely from the real, and the speculation from the facts. Having personally known or met many of the key players in the JFK assassination drama, including a former top Soviet bloc intelligence official, Corsi reveals shocking information for the first time ever.
In so doing, Jerome Corsi sets a new standard for JFK assassination research, demanding that future researchers understand the deep, and unfortunately sinister, political forces that led up to an unthinkable event that marked a profound change in America, and the world.
With a Harvard Ph.D. in political science and multiple New York Times bestsellers to his name, Jerome Corsi brings to this definitive analysis of the Kennedy assassination decades of experience during which he developed the analytic, research, and writing skills that have earned him international recognition.
For this project, as part of a prodigious research effort that included reviewing virtually every book written on the JFK assassination, Corsi also examined thousands of documents at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston, Massachusetts, and at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, Maryland.
The book addresses questions such as whether JFK was the first presidential victim of the emerging “New World Order” championed by former CIA directors Allen Dulles and George H. W. Bush.
The New World Order view pursued as U.S. foreign policy by Allen Dulles and his brother John Foster Dulles, as secretary of state under Eisenhower, Corsi writes, envisioned employing U.S. military action to preserve U.S. business interests, whether or not it was truly in U.S. national security interests.
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