They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a by Jesse Ventura

By Jesse Ventura

Unless you’ve been dwelling lower than a rock for the earlier fifty years, you’re conscious of the various hypotheses that the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was once now not performed through one guy. no matter if you’ve learn one or a dozen of the books in this subject, there’s no solution to have an understanding of the intensity of this conspiracy.

 For the 1st time ever, New York Times bestselling authors Jesse Ventura and Dick Russell have teamed up with essentially the most revered and influential assassination researchers to place jointly the last word compendium that covers each angle—from the plot to the murder—of JFK. They Killed Our President won't in simple terms talk about the main recognized of theories, yet also will convey to mild new and lately chanced on info, which jointly exhibits that the USA govt not just was once at the back of this egregious plot, yet took each step to ensure that the reality wouldn't come out.

With 2013 marking the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination, this can be the precise time for They Killed Our President to be on hand to readers. The study and data during this e-book are unheard of, and there’s not anyone larger to carry this to everyone’s cognizance than the previous governor of Minnesota and US military SEAL, Jesse Ventura.

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The political imperatives at the time of the assassination were obvious to all concerned. “The point was to stabilize the country after the assassination—let’s get on with the ship of state. . ”7 So, quite predictably, officials supported the official government version. To make matters worse, mainstream media immediately backed up the official government version, even if it took a reporter like Dan Rather lying about the backward movement of President Kennedy’s body after the shots. He told a national TV audience that the fatal shot drove his head “violently forward” even though the film footage that Mr.

OFFICER HAYGOOD: I made the shift down to lower gear and went on to the scene of the shooting. ’ OFFICER HAYGOOD: . . I could see all these people laying on the ground there on Elm. Some of them were pointing back up to the railroad yard, and a couple of people were headed back up that way, and I immediately tried to jump the north curb there in the 400 block, which was too high for me to get over. QUESTION: You mean with your motorcycle? OFFICER HAYGOOD: . . And I left my motor on the street and ran to the railroad yard.

Jesse Ventura Autumn, 2013 1 Talbot, David, Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years (Free Press: 2007), xiii, 6, 8–12, 21, 278–279, 323–331. S. W. Norton: 1998) 344–345. 4 Talbot, Brothers, 14; Hepburn, James (Hervé Lamarr), Farewell America: The Plot to Kill JFK (Frontier: 1968), 301. 5 Talbot, Brothers, 377—382. 6 Ibid, 383. 7 Ibid, 290. 8 Ventura, Jesse & Russell, Dick, American Conspiracies: Lies, Lies, and More Dirty Lies that the Government Tells Us (Skyhorse Publishing: 2010), 38.

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