Review JFK Assassination 2011: An issue for both Democrats and Republicans.

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Anniversary JFK assassination and review
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15 thoughts on “Review JFK Assassination 2011: An issue for both Democrats and Republicans.

  1. Paul,

    many years ago I read a book “Mafia Killed President Kennedy” by David E. Scheim (, which is generally confirmed by the recent publications.

    In principle, the case is very simple: A mafioso, nightclub owner Jack Ruby , killed Lee Harvey Oswald, the man who was put in jail for the assassination.

    The linkage of the killings with the mob was plain to see right from the beginning. One wonders whomMafiosi had bribed to ensure that investigators nevertheless left them alone.


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