The 21st century writers that refer to a singular Lee Harvey Oswald distort their own content and deceive their readers with antiquated data. The John F. Kennedy assassination and the people’s deception over the past half century is the classic example of disinformation, as it actually was probably the most efficiently performed coup d’etat and cover-up in world history.
At around 11:30 a.m. on Nov. 22, 1963, Julia Ann Mercer was stalled momentarily in traffic at Dealey Plaza and saw a man emerge from a car carrying a rifle case in front of the grassy knoll, just 50 yards west of the Texas Schoolbook Depository. It was driven by a man that she later identified as Jack Ruby, after his picture was plastered on TV to the world two days later. Information about “the two Oswalds,” suppressed for 50 years, is now revealed in this blockbuster book by investigative reporter Pat Shannan.
On November 20th and 22nd, while “Lee Harvey Oswald” was working at the Texas School Book Depository, he was identified by multiple witnesses at the Dobbs House Restaurant, the Top Ten Record Store in Oak Cliff and the Jiffy Store on Industrial Boulevard. He was also positively identified as being seated with Jack Ruby after midnight, some 10 hours after he was jailed on the 22nd. Moments after Officer J.D. Tippitt was shot dead, detectives conveniently found a wallet containing the ID cards of both Lee Harvey Oswald and Alek Hidell. Also found on the street were five ejected .38 caliber shell casings. When Harvey was arrested in the Texas Theater some 40 minutes later, he was carrying a .38 revolver which, of course, does not eject its shells. Harvey also at the time, astonishing to detectives, had a wallet carrying the same two ID cards.
Carol Asher of Idaho writes:
Among several positive things I could say to recommend Pat Shannan’s book, The…Uncensored Story of the Two Oswalds, first off might be to commend its compact, fact-packed brevity. In large measure, this gripping, fascinating read, presents as a Readers Digest-sized recounting and analysis of the extensive prior
works conducted on the JFK assassination by many researchers, and none more notable than investigative writer John Armstrong, whom Pat credits and quotes repeatedly throughout the book.
With amazing skill, Pat has managed to condense the essence of particularly Mr. Armstrong’s voluminous works down to less than a hundred pages, while losing none of the essentials and none of the intrigue – – all flavored and enhanced throughout by Pat’s own brand of spicy, insightful commentary. I might add, too, that the value of the numerous photos interspersed cannot be overstated. So many, many times, I might have gotten lost without them, however eagerly and intently I tried to follow the interwoven trails of thought.
Finally, to clarify, my reason for commending specifically the compact brevity of Pat’s report is because I believe that, like myself, relatively few interested persons are likely to ever get around to tackle thousands of pages of research on a subject like this, yet almost anyone can find the time and means to read a hundred pages or less.
The…Uncensored Story of the Two Oswalds will sell so easily to the public at large. The cover alone sells itself – – if only this book can find its way to America’s newsstands.
Thank you, Pat. Keep up the great service! I eagerly await whatever it is that you will decide to write for us next. – Carol Asher, Idaho
This is a great read and really opens up the eyes of the reader. It’s very sorry to me that my generation has lost most of the understanding of the JFK assassination. This is something that was clearly covered up, no matter how it happened we still have not been told the truth. This book really gives a great insight into what really might have happened that day in Dallas Texas.
William J. Thistlethwaite writes:
I’d read a good chunk of Armstrong’s Harvey and Lee, but Shannan provided clarity for me on the matter of Marguerite Oswald in particular and the whole thesis in general. So much easier to read this digest than the master’s unedited tome. Also noted in passing, Shannan’s politics are a tad too conservative for my taste, but they by no means invalidate his yeoman’s service in unravelling and elucidating the many LHO paradoxes.
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