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Case Open: The Unanswered JFK Assassination Questions

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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 O ...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published December 1st 1996 by Carroll & Graf Publishers (first published May 1994)
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Pete daPixie
Harold Weisberg's 'Case Open' from 1994 may well mislead the reader who sees 'Case Open:The Unanswered JFK Assassination Questions' as a revelatory key to the crime of the 20th century.
Not so. The front cover does state that 'Case Open' deals with the omissions, distortions and falsifications of 'Case Closed' the much vaunted fiction from Gerald Posner.
The pioneer of critical research into the JFK assassination, old Harold sends such a devastating broadside into the creaking Posner hulk, that wh
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Donald
Jul 23, 2007 Donald rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Everyone
This was the last book the great JFK assassination researcher Harold Weisberg ever wrote. He was well over 80 years old at the time, but was so outraged over Gerald Posner's ridiculous "Case Open" that he was compelled to pick up his pen one more time. This book is basically a point-by-point counter to Posner's inaccurate, overhyped production. As with all of Weisberg's writings, one must acquire a taste for his bitter, acerbic style. Personally, I loved the passionate way he wrote, and no one c ...more
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Harold Weisberg was a prolific author & persistent critic of the official report that found a lone gunman responsible for the death of President John F. Kennedy & who was often dubbed the dean of assassination researchers.

Mr. Weisberg's career as the writer of about 10 published & roughly 35 unpublished books on the murders of Kennedy & the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. came last in
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