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Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald (Volume Two)

by Barry Krusch

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0962098159, Paperback)

Purchasers of this second volume in this series have the right (if they choose) to vote in the Amazon Virtual Jury, discussed in the beginning of Volume One. Instructions on how to vote are contained in this book.

Consequently, the reviews below may relate to the confidence level for Proposition One, Element One (discussed in Volume One). In those cases, the higher the star rating, the lower the confidence level that reviewer had in the element. Note: some reviewers on this page have mistakenly indicated their confidence level in the Warren Commission propositions; a 5 star rating means they are 0% confident in the WC case, not 100%. A 100% rating would = 1 star.

Highlights of this book include:
The nine reasons why President Kennedy was shot in the back, not the neck;The methods for calculating the confidence level for Proposition One, Element One, and why one of them is certainly superior to the others;The most likely confidence level for Proposition One, Element One, based on the evidence;Six reasons we can be absolutely confident that not all the shots were fired from the Depository;And a whole series of "what is wrong with this photograph?" challenges (see the sample).

(retrieved from Amazon Sun, 05 Jul 2015 15:41:43 -0400)

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