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Fifty years after the fact, the interest in JFK s murder and blatant cover up has remained a very hot topic and a highly questionable issue Debunkers have done their job in that anyone denying Oswald acted alone and who thinks the official findings of the Warren Commission was a sham are either nuts or stupid The only ones who are stupid are the folks who still think their Government is 100% honest with nothing to hide from the public WMD in Iraq If you re not with us you are against us B Fifty years after the fact, the interest in JFK s murder and blatant cover up has remained a very hot topic and a highly questionable issue Debunkers have done their job in that anyone denying Oswald acted alone and who thinks the official findings of the Warren Commission was a sham are either nuts or stupid The only ones who are stupid are the folks who still think their Government is 100% honest with nothing to hide from the public WMD in Iraq If you re not with us you are against us Bush and Cheney lied Nixon lied Why not LBJ, Hoover, Allen Dulles The complacency of the gullible with possessing a closed mind is a folly to injustice To quote a section of this book If the Kennedys had not been shot, it is almost certain that LBJ and J Edgar Hoover would had been out of a job by 1964 and likely facing criminal investigations The CIA would had been reduced in size, scope and secrecy The mega contractors and tycoons of Texas would had been poorer, and in jail The Mafia would have been harassed further The defense industry would had been shrinking It was the perfect storm The very people who had the most to gain by Kennedy s death are the very people who left their fingerprints at the scene Oswald, however, had nothing to gain Fifty years later, fifty lies later, we have found the Patsy, the Sucker and he is us And sadly we are all still being led down this path Even with the US Government s later created House Special Committee on Assassinations, their findings were that a Conspiracy did take place in Dallas, but did not bother or attempt made to take this finding any further with athrough investigation.Too many discrepancies has followed that fateful day in 1963 This book lists 50 to study and investigate on your own Read with a very open mind.5 STARS Lance Moore in his examination of the 50 lies reveal the Oswald didn t do the killing ,there werethan 5 shots fired, and there was a massive cover up by LBJ and Hoover and others A must read. I was not impressed with this book and definitely not with the author I did learn a few interesting tidbits but nothing substantial For such a cocky and egotistical man he really should have hired better editor s because at times the book is a real mess.He loves the word obfuscation It s called a thesauruslook into getting one.My biggest issue is the constant sarcasm of the author I don t mind sarcasm and quite enjoy it in the right setting but to me, this book is not that setting.