Someone Would Have Talked goes beyond proving a conspiracy to murder President Kennedy Over 14,000 documents, White House diaries, telephone logs, and executive tape recordings detail how the new president, Lyndon B Johnson, managed a cover up that changed the future of our country A second conspiracy designed to mislead the nation, the world, indeed, history Someone WSomeone Would Have Talked goes beyond proving a conspiracy to murder President Kennedy Over 14,000 documents, White House diaries, telephone logs, and executive tape recordings detail how the new president, Lyndon B Johnson, managed a cover up that changed the future of our country A second conspiracy designed to mislead the nation, the world, indeed, history Someone Would Have Talked was written to demonstrate with available information, the cover up, the leaks, Lee Oswald, Jack Ruby and the people that did talk, providing a cohesive and coherent explanation of events And in doing so this book gives the reader an introduction to the history of the secret war against Castro and against Communism during the 1960s, an introduction that is vital to an appreciation of the individuals, and their motivations Someone Would Have Talked deals with specific people who talked about their personal knowledge of a conspiracy in the murder of a President These individuals include four men associated with the CIA s JM WAVE station in Miami Florida Two of them were senior CIA officers, one a veteran of three years of Castro assassination projects and the other a three year prisoner of Castro and an organizer and participant, along with a former U.S Ambassador, in one of the most potentially explosive Cuban penetration missions ever conducted.
Someone Would Have Talked Someone Would Have Talked goes beyond proving a conspiracy to murder President Kennedy Over documents White House diaries telephone logs and executive tape recordings detail how the new pres
Although the author is clearly an indefatigable researcher, and provides much documented detail concerning Lee Oswald s many connections among the early 1960s Cuban exile community in the southern US, Bay of Pigs veterans, CIA contract agents, and the FBI, the book is in dire need of an editor Numerous spelling errors, obvious typos, and misdesignations of places and persons mar this otherwise useful book e.g the Pathet Lao, which was the name of the 1960s 1970s communist insurgency is Laos, is [...]
Highly detailed work with massive online reference database make Someone Would Have Talked an excellent read with all the supporting documents.Larry outdoes himself by following the leads that the FBI and Warren Commission refused to examine Basically anything that led investigators to a Cuban or Mafia connection was passed over in the rush to seal the case against Oswald Actions speak louder than words, has never been valid, and this book provides evidence that those in power did not act as on [...]
I got my copy at the JFK Lancer conference in Dallas in 2003 and signed by the author It is in binder format and was available a few years prior to the publication of the hardcover.In the years since 2003 I have made repeated reference to Hancock s work, particularly with regard to the accompanying CD, packed with exhibits and documents gleaned from many sources and researchers.I have to say that in the intervening years my reading matter on Dallas 63 has expanded greatly and I now find various [...]
This book is flawed it is an exhaustingly exhaustive analysis of many minute facts, including a enormous prosopography of the Cuban exile Community in Little Havana But it is quite thoroughly sourced.
I edited this book Good job, Larry.The missing star is for the missing connection to the Pentagon Still, well worth reading, with information that you might not find anywhere else.