Conspiracy in Camelot: The Complete History of the Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Pirmais vāks
Algora Publishing, 2003 - 342 lappuses
This is a volume packed with information on the JFK assassination that will dazzle readers. From mistresses to Mafia murders, fingerprints to dictabelt recordings, all the evidence is integrated and interwoven into complete and comprehensive perspectives on the assassination. Theories are weighed, checked, contrasted, and contradicted. Evidentiary and exculpatory material is delineated in intelligible and readable fashion, but Marilyn's sexual liaisons with the Kennedy brothers, JFK's 33 mistresses in the White House, and J. Edgar Hoover's homosexuality provide a counterpoint with the shadowy psychological underbelly to this story. Kroth provides a fresh statistical analysis of 86 'mysterious deaths' of witnesses in the assassination and weighs the merits of prevailing theories on who carried out the assassination, and why; he profiles the actors, the witnesses and the investigators. He includes recently released documents and speculates over the large portions of information that remain barred to public scrutiny.
 

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Soviet Motives
175
Inconsistencies in Soviet Behavior
177
5 THE CUBAN COMMUNIST CONSPIRACY
179
Strong Points
183
The CIA and the Mob
185
SUMMARY
190
APPENDIX
191
CHAPTER 5 PARADOX
193

KENNEDY AND LINCOLN
18
CHAPTER 2 CASE CLOSED
23
EVIDENCE AGAINST OSWALD
24
Circumstantial Evidence
26
THE OBSESSION BEGINS
29
CHAPTER 3 REASONABLE DOUBT
33
EVIDENCE FAVORING OSWALD
34
EYEWITNESSES FAVORING OSWALD
36
BEST EVIDENCE FOR A CONSPIRACY
39
Exit Wound in the Back of the Head
40
Ballistics Inconsistencies
42
BallisticsAutopsy Inconsistencies
43
The Zapruder Film
44
Revisionism
45
2 Deaths of Witnesses
48
Mary Pinchot Meyer
50
Rose Cheramie
51
Jerry Wald
52
David Ferrie and E del Valle
53
State Department Officer
54
Statistical Analysis
57
Unusual Accidents
60
3 Death of Witnesses Prior to Government Hearings
62
Carlos Prio
63
Sam Giancana
64
Regis Kennedy
65
John Martino
66
4 The Cover Up
68
How to Look at this Data
79
The Hard Evidence of a CoverUp
80
SUMMARY
86
Pattern of Suspicious Deaths
87
CONCLUSION
88
CHAPTER 4 CONSPIRACY
93
Essential Ideas
94
Strongest Points
100
Weakest Points
102
2 THE MOB THEORY
103
Hoover Wiretaps
105
Marcello
109
Who Killed the President?
110
Weaker Points
118
3 THE CIA THORY
120
Essential Points
129
The Odio Incident and Loran Hall
135
Mexico City
139
The Vietnam Connection
141
Who Killed Kennedy?
142
Clues From Oswald Himself
147
Library Books
148
Oswald and Ferrie
150
Better For You Not to Know
154
Strong Points in the CIA Conspiracy Model
156
Weak Elements
158
4 THE COMMUNIST CONSPIRACY
162
Oswalds Soviet Diary
167
Suspicions Increase
169
The Yuri Nosenko Affair
173
The Cover Up
194
Dealey Plaza
195
A Leading Suspect?
199
HL Hunt
204
Richard Nixon
207
Clint Murchison
208
YETTOBEDEVELOPED CONSPIRACY SCENARIOS
210
Mary Pinchot Meyer and the CIA
211
James E Files
215
Eugene Hale Brading
216
Dutz Murret
217
Strong Points of the Files Version
222
The Brothers Karamazov
223
CHAPTER 6 SHADOWS AND SECRETS
227
J EDGAR HOOVERS HOMOSEXUALITY AND PARANOIA
232
KENNEDY SILENCE AND SECRETS
237
SHADOWS OF THE FATHER
238
THE SINS OF THE FATHER PASS TO THE SON
240
SECRECY BETWEEN THE BROTHERS?
242
JUNE 1963
249
ROBERT KENNEDYS PERSONALITY
251
REVELATIONS FROM A COLLEAGUE
255
EVEN MORE RECENT REVELATIONS
257
THE SHADOW OF JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY
260
MARILYN MONROE
268
The Monroe Cover Up
270
Events Leading To Her Death
271
A Curious Clue
273
WIDOW BONECRUSHER ENIGMA
276
Images of Jackie
279
PATSY SPY COUNTERSPY
284
Oedipal Elements and Jealousy
286
An Unconscious Hatred of Kennedy?
287
Oswald the Mystery
289
Oswald on the Right
290
Oswald the Psycho
293
Oswald the Mafia Patsy
296
Oswald Not Guilty
297
To Kill That Sonofabitch Kennedy
300
MENTAL STATUS OF THE MAIN CHARACTERS
301
CONCLUSION
303
Confusion of Theory and Fact
307
The First Bullet
308
CHAPTER 7 CAMELOT AND CAROUSELS
313
SYMBOLIC DISCERNMENT
316
Dream Interpretation
317
SYMBOLS IN THE MYTH
318
Passion versus the Dream
319
Abraham Lincoln
320
THE COLLECTIVE SCAPEGOAT
321
THE KENNEDY TRAGEDY AS THE FORESHADOW OF AMERICAN TRAGEDY
323
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE NUMBER THREE
327
CONCLUSION
328
A CHRONOLOGY OF OSWALDS LIFE
329
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
333
PHOTO CREDITS
337
INDEX
339
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