In the years following the assassination of President John F Kennedy, than one hundred witnesses, investigators, and other people linked to the ambush in Dealey Plaza have died The majority have met their fate under extremely suspicious circumstances Murders, mysterious accidents, and suicides account for than half of those who have died since that fateful day inIn JFK The Dead Witnesses authors Craig Roberts and John Armstrong present the results of their investigations into the deaths of each of the victims For the first time, the cases are detailed in chronological order exposing what each witness saw, what they might know, know they died, and how they were connected to the murder of JFK and often, to each other Follow the trail of bodies through thirty years of intrigue, coverups and scandals as Roberts and Armstrong open the curtain that have for too long hidden the facts behind the dead witnesses


10 thoughts on “JFK: The Dead Witnesses

  1. Rich Meyer Rich Meyer says:

    Okay, let s get the minuses out of the way early This is a horribly formatted book It looks like your standard well, just use the print book manuscript they can t be that much different, can they And the answer to that question is YES Yes, they are As for the subject matter, it is very informative And kinda scary I think most folks realize that Oswald wasn t the sole shooter there were a LOT of vengeful and powerful people involved and the US was subverted by a paramilitary coup Okay, let s get the minuses out of the way early This is a horribly formatted book It looks like your standard well, just use the print book manuscript they can t be that much different, can they And the answer to that question is YES Yes, they are As for the subject matter, it is very informative And kinda scary I think most folks realize that Oswald wasn t the sole shooter there were a LOT of vengeful and powerful people involved and the US was subverted by a paramilitary coup Luckily, unlike most third world nations, it only involved one man getting killed Or it seemed to at the time Many of the 115 deaths listed in this book do seem like coincidences, like heart attacks and the ubiquitous natural causes , but one does have to wonder And given the fact that nearly everyone involved with any stage of the investigation is now dead, it s doubtful the truth will ever come out at this late date It s an interesting read for the conspiracy buff, and I think any US history military aficionado will find this worth reading, if just the intricate web that s weaved with the subject matter


  2. Stephen Riley Stephen Riley says:

    Well worth a read for people who believe JFK conspiracy theories Liked the format of the book, couldn t believe how many deaths and how they correlated to JFK assassination.I would really recommend the book, if you ever had doubts this will just endorse them further about JFKs assassination


  3. Martha Mandrell Martha Mandrell says:

    Good book.Sometimes difficult to follow since the deaths were in chronological order The book needed a table to show the dates of death for each in a certain category of connection to the assassination.


  4. Jerry Hawkins Jerry Hawkins says:

    Witnesses , maybeIt was an interesting book But I was expecting actual looking for people in the grassy knoll and along the route of the President It did connect people together, as far as who had the knowledge to hide what and where.


  5. Marnie Reid Marnie Reid says:

    This book is phenomenal, on and on it goes with person after person killed, or suicided its incredible, i could only read it in small bites otherwise it was too much to take in what a world we live in


  6. Steven Gratzer Steven Gratzer says:

    JudJust not very good I foundthan a few errors in this Save your money Very boring to be honest.


  7. Pete daPixie Pete daPixie says:

    Two well known author researchers in the JFK case, Craig Roberts author of Kill Zone A sniper looks at Dealey Plaza and John Armstrong, author of the profound Harvey Lee have joined forces for JFK The Dead Witnesses 1995.Always a controversial topic surrounding the Kennedy killing since some mathematician working for the London Sunday Times back in 1967 stated that the odds on the number of witnesses of the JFK assassination dying between 63 67 were one hundred thousand trillio Two well known author researchers in the JFK case, Craig Roberts author of Kill Zone A sniper looks at Dealey Plaza and John Armstrong, author of the profound Harvey Lee have joined forces for JFK The Dead Witnesses 1995.Always a controversial topic surrounding the Kennedy killing since some mathematician working for the London Sunday Times back in 1967 stated that the odds on the number of witnesses of the JFK assassination dying between 63 67 were one hundred thousand trillion to one So controversial in fact that the H.S.C.A had to assess these deaths in the late 70 s.Not one of my favourite topics of the very many strands and tentacles of the 63 coup, but this book does provide many interesting although brief biogs of the many persons who suddenly shuffled off their mortal coils The authors have even provided death graphs and murder pie charts


  8. James Cobo James Cobo says:

    a quick read, but dry and not particularly illustrativeIf you re looking for a well researched account plotting all the suspicious deaths to befall witnesses or persons of interest to the JFK assassination story, look no further than this book you ll burn through it in a matter of days Just don t go in expecting anything especially in depth or well phrased the writing style is terse and clinical to the point of impacting the reading experience I m not dissatisfied with my purchase here it s a quick read, but dry and not particularly illustrativeIf you re looking for a well researched account plotting all the suspicious deaths to befall witnesses or persons of interest to the JFK assassination story, look no further than this book you ll burn through it in a matter of days Just don t go in expecting anything especially in depth or well phrased the writing style is terse and clinical to the point of impacting the reading experience I m not dissatisfied with my purchase here it s just that there are plenty of better books out there on the subjectdeserving of a reader s time


  9. Kevin Hoffpauir Kevin Hoffpauir says:

    Concise and to the pointConcise and to the point Informative for people interested in the rarity of these circumstances I recommend to anyone interested.


  10. AC AC says:

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