What Happened to the Witnesses to JFK’s Assassination?

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Richard Belzer and David Wayne are back to set the record straight after Dead Wrong; this time they’re going to uncover the truth about the many witness deaths tied to the JFK assassination.

For decades, government pundits have dismissed these “coincidental” deaths, even regarding them as “myths” as “urban legends.”



An In-Depth Investigation into the Mysterious Deaths of Witnesses to the JFK Assassination

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HIT LIST will give you a new understanding of how thorough the masterminds were and how hard they worked to tie up every loose end. Like most people, Richard and David were initially unsure about what to make of these “coincidences.” After all, events don’t “consult the odds” prior to happening; they simply happen. Then someone comes along later and figures out what the odds of it happening were.

Some of the deaths seemed purely coincidental, heart attacks or hunting accidents. Others clearly seemed noteworthy: witnesses who did seem to know something and did seem to die mysteriously. HIT LIST is a fair examination of the evidence of each case, leading to (necessarily) different conclusions.

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The findings were absolutely staggering; as some cases were clearly linked to a “clean-up operation” after the murder of President Kennedy, while others were the result of “other forces.”

The impeccable research and writing of Richard Belzer and David Wayne show that if the government is trying to hide anything, they’re the duo who will uncover it.

Hardcover, 337 pages, $28

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