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On the Trail of the Assassins: My Investigation and Prosecution of the Murder of President Kennedy by Jim Garrison

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On the Trail of the Assassins: My Investigation and Prosecution of the Murder of President Kennedy by Jim Garrison

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Jim Garrison was the district attorney of New Orleans. He built up a powerful case for suggesting that President Kennedy's assassination was the result of a conspiracy with the US intelligence community and that Oswald was set up as a fall guy to take the blame. This book inspired the film "JFK".

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Jim Garrison was the district attorney of New Orleans. He built up a powerful case for suggesting that President Kennedy's assassination was the result of a conspiracy with the US intelligence community and that Oswald was set up as a fall guy to take the blame. His enquiry was hampered by the mysterious deaths of key witnesses, the disappearance of documents, hostility by the media and from federal government. It led to the only criminal prosecution ever brought for Kennedy's murder - the trial and acquittal of Clay Shaw. This book inspired the film "JFK"

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SKU GOR000300113
Title On the Trail of the Assassins: My Investigation and Prosecution of the Murder of President Kennedy
Author By (author) Jim Garrison
Contributor No
Condition GOOD
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Penguin Books Ltd
Year Published 1992
Page Number 368
ISBN 0140170359
ISBN13 9780140170351
Cover Note Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual cover or edition may vary.
Prizes No
Edition Text N/A
Note This is a used book. We do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, but there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else previously. Therefore it will show signs of wear and may be an ex library book.

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