Dallas Conspiracy

Dallas Conspiracy

THIS IS A REPRINT OF A PAMPHLET I PUBLISHED TWENTY-FOUR YEARS AGO when the trail of the murder in Dallas was still warm. A conspiracy is a combination of two or more persons with the intent to commit an unlawful act. With the renewed interest in this most highly publicized murder in American history through the movie JFK, it was decided to reprint the truth as I studied it for the two years between 1966 to 1968 and set my findings forth as I did then, letting the chips fall where they may. I will be presenting an entirely different version than the dozen or more that have been published before. Since my first edition hit the streets in August, 1968, I have read many of the later theoretical solutions to this murder, including the 625 page book, Crossfire, by Jim Marrs, the basis of Oliver Stone’s movie JFK. I still stand by what was written years ago. I can assure the reader that one does not need 625 pages to solve this murder! The reader is only asked to read the evidence presented and make up his own mind about what happened in Dallas, Texas on November 22 1963. We will not debate the issue further with anyone. We are not interested in radio talk shows, television appearances or public speaking engagements on the data contained herein.

My Humble Dedication

This pamphlet is dedicated to the one far-sighted man, the late Raymond La Bombarde, American Patriot and Industrialist, of Nashua, New Hampshire. It was through his financial help and personal encouragement, extended to me years ago, that kept my publications going and made our two years of exhaustive research for this publication financially possible. Well done, good and faithful servant.

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