The Man on the Grassy Knoll
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The Man on the Grassy Knoll

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This remarkable journal purports to be a detailed account of the author’s role in the assassination of President John Kennedy.

In 1963, John D____ was a senior varsity baseball player at an eastern university. An accomplished marksman, John was also fluent in Spanish. In the spring, he was contacted by an individual identifying himself as Edward Smith, who claimed to work...more
Kindle Edition, 277 pages
Published (first published September 7th 2011)
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Corey
Aug 19, 2012 Corey added it
According to the Warren Commission (1964), 3 shots were fired only from the 6th floor of the School Book Depository Building. But according to the House Committee on Assassinations (1979), 4 shots were ‘probably’ fired, the third of which ‘probably’ came from the grassy knoll opposite the Book Depository Building. Additionally, most witnesses from Dealey Plaza claim they heard shots from the directions of both the Depository as well as the grassy knoll. This points to a conspiracy.

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Pete daPixie
A too hurried purchase! I quickly read the foreword written by George Williams and bought the book. "Whether true or not, The Man on the Grassy Knoll has the unmistakable air of authenticity", writes Mr Williams. I couldn't agree less. It has the unmistakable air of 'Oswald guilty' propaganda that is continually drip fed through, and supported by, the mass media from the likes of Posner, Bugliosi or King.
The writer, Mr Anonymous, has written this short fiction to convince many that this is a tru...more
Carla
Do I believe this ???? I can not answer that. All I can say is that it is a book that makes you think and wonder. Very easy to read. Recommend it to anyone who likes conspiracy theories or just an interesting read.
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