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originally posted by: Vector99
a reply to: JesseVentura
Never heard of him, but a little search shows he sold CIA info to the mob? Granted, back then it was "hey here's $50k, can you tell me if the government has any files on me?"
You really should get more credible people to interview. I haven't looked THAT far, but apparently even though he denies the charge, there IS audio recording of him negotiating the bribe.
Mortal Error , while much more technical in content, is another fascinating account of what happened in Dallas. Menninger skillfully summarizes the research findings of ballistics expert Howard Donahue, who spent 25 years reexamining Warren Commission evidence, the Zapruder film, and other materials. Donahue's startling conclusion is that the fatal headshot was accidentally fired by special agent George Hickey, who was in the car behind Kennedy's. Donahue shows where the Warren Commission went wrong in its original interpretations and answers critics who question the "pristine" bullet anomaly. Donahue initially wondered why a ballistics expert was not called upon during the initial investigation. He now believes that Robert Kennedy, among others, did not want this tragic accident to become known. Donahue's findings were published in the Baltimore Sun in 1977 but engendered no follow-up studies by government officials. While many questions remain, these two books are substantial additions to the field and both are highly recommended for most libraries.
originally posted by: kix
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So the secret service killed JFK by accident...