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    Well, Mark Shaw apparently thinks the Mob killed JFK. By themselves.

    And he uses some very unreliable sources, as I show in my review.

    This is supposed to be his sequel on the Kilgallen case to The Reporter Who Knew Too Much.

    In my view it was no at all necessary. I explain why below:

    https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-k...ial-of-justice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DiEugenio View Post
    Well, Mark Shaw apparently thinks the Mob killed JFK. By themselves.

    And he uses some very unreliable sources, as I show in my review.

    This is supposed to be his sequel on the Kilgallen case to The Reporter Who Knew Too Much.

    In my view it was no at all necessary. I explain why below:

    https://kennedysandking.com/john-f-k...ial-of-justice
    My God, give me the strength to not do the things I can do, because I don't want to do them, Lord, keep me from explaining why it's completely impossibly for the mob to have whacked Jack, and all by themselves nevertheless, Lord, I pray you keep me from those who YOU, yourself Lord knows what it is I'm surrounded by.

    Amen

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    I agree.

    BTW, I will be talking about this book tomorrow night on BOR.

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    I read that his DK book was not very good either. I almost bought it till I started reading about it. Anyone who says the mob did it is total disinformation in my opinion.

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    His previous book I could live with, since it had some good info on Kilgallen and the mystery surrounding her death. And he left his theorizing about the overall crime to a minimum.

    But this one just recycles much of that book and has little that was new in his pursuit of that actual case. He had to fill in a lot so we get several pages on his ideas about the assassination.

    He is a straight Mob did it guy. And if you read the review, he imputes that to Kilgallen without any proof at all that she bought that.

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