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Case Open: The Unanswered JFK Assassination Questions

by Harold Weisberg

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 078670098X, Paperback)

No one knows more about the assassination of President Kennedy than Harold Weisberg, so said the FBI in open court. Harold Weisberg - a former OSS and Senate Investigator-wrote and published Whitewash in 1965, the first book criticizing the conclusion of the Warren Commission. Since then, he has written and published seven books on President Kennedy's assassination. Case Open is a book Mr. Weisberg felt compelled to write. He felt a need and determination to set the record straight. In proving that Gerald Posner, in Case Closed, has proven nothing, Mr. Weisberg has proven that President Kennedy was killed by a conspiracy. In analyzing Case Closed, he demonstrates that Gerald Posner has

* Distorted evidence

* Suppressed evidence

* Omitted evidence

* Developed no new evidence

* Omitted sources

* Misappropriated the research of others

* Misled the reader into believing that he had sponsored new scientific computer enhancements.

At best, Gerald Posner has provided a case for the prosecution. Now it is time to present the case for Case Open. Let the American public decide who has presented the stronger case: Gerald Posner or Harold Weisberg.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:17 -0400)

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