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

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

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 Like most people, Richard and David were initially unsureRichard 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 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, 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 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 100 b w photographs

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

  1. Belzer is the author of four books, the last two of which were a crime fiction series co written with Michael Black that featured Belzer as the mystery solving protagonist I m Not a Cop, the first of the two, was published in 2008, followed by the sequel, I m Not a Psychic, in 2009 Belzer penned UFOs, JFK and Elvis Conspiracies You Don t Have to Be Crazy to Believe in 2000, and co authored How to Be a Standup Comic in 1988 with Borat director and writer, Larry Charles, and Catch a Rising Star owner Rick Newman.

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  1. It s hard to tell how much credence one can assign to a book that claims that a large number of people who had inside knowledge of a particular historical event died early under suspicious circumstances After all, everyone associated with the assassination of Lincoln is now dead, and some of them prematurely and forcefully It is only natural that with the passing of time everyone associated with Kennedy s demise will go the way of the dodo as well Having said that, let me now declare that if onl [...]

  2. Years ago, in what was probably the first Kennedy assassination book that I ever read, They ve Killed the President, I remember being freaked out by one chapter devoted to Strange Deaths Hangings, shootings, convenient illnesses, and one karate chop to the neck of reporter stepping out of a shower Belzer has taken that list, and expanded the histories of these various deaths Many of them are just as disturbing as they first appeared to me many years ago There are probably a third of these you ca [...]

  3. Did the mob kill JFK Did the CIA ask the mob to do it Was it the Russians You won t get the answer to any of these questions after reading Hit List but you ll see a pattern of deception, cover up, and audacity the likes of which we ve never seen in world history You ll walk away knowing that Oswald couldn t have done it alone My jaw was open through most of this book because the evidence for a conspiracy is so overwhelming How do dozens of key witnesses to JFK s assassination suddenly wind up de [...]

  4. Whatever people may say about my being well connected and having access to a lot of odd information, I would like to state categorically that I know nothing at all about the JFK assassination.

  5. The premise of this book is interesting for anyone who has followed the JFK Assassination It details the mysterious and unexplained deaths of seeming innocent bystanders or loosely associated people who knew either Kennedy, Ruby or Oswald I definitely gives you something to think on However this book, which I purchased for 2 on sale is horribly formatted for Kindle There are spelling, editing errors and two separate chapters are all titled Lieutenant Commander William B Pitzer but one is Gary Po [...]

  6. As the authors write in their Conclusion, Even veteran investigators in the JFK research community have been reticent and leery about the claims of too many convenient or coincidental deaths Not me It s Murder Incorporated Hit List from Belzer and Wayne is a 2013 publication containing fifty cases into mysterious deaths of witnesses to the JFK assassination.Most of these cases I am quite familiar with and firmly believe that the official explanations are simply untrue A cover up under the guise [...]

  7. Very intriguing topic, terrible book It read like a middle schoolers diary So it s all too coincidental, clearly, my, my, my Most chapters were written like a set of cliffs notes with some bullet points, small body of text what I suppose the author thinks is analysis , ending with a repetitive conclusions recap section I had high hopes for the book after reading a few books on the Kennedy assassination Anyone using the word clearly as much as Belzer, simply hasn t proved the point he s trying to [...]

  8. This is a readable reference book documenting the untimely deaths of people with knowledge, or peripheral knowledge, of the JFK assignation Involvement can be as thick as Lee Harvey Oswald s or as tentative as the only two reporters to have visited Ruby s apartment on the day of the Oswald s shooting who were dead within a year One was killed in the Long Beach Police Station by an officer playing with his gun and the other by a burglar The authors note the already high proportionate number of wi [...]

  9. This was a great book detailing many of the suspicious deaths of witnesses the various plots of the JFK assassination The author does a good job of giving the ready the simple facts and circumstances of the most suspicious deaths, though not all are concluded to be directly related to the JFK plot There are a couple of deaths that the author tries to promote as suspicious than others, but a look at the source material begs to question the credibility of these specific details, but this is a min [...]

  10. Learned a lot they reached some interesting conclusions sometimes their logic was a little off ie, this individual was so stable, so he Couldn t kill himself Or the crazy coroner who broke corpses necks would not have broken the one in the book because she was so famous ummm diagnose an already crazy person Everyone knows people are unpredictable, so these are not solid conclusions However, most of that was kept to a minimum and a lot of weird patterns came out Now I want to read a book about LB [...]

  11. one of the worse books I have ever read It is one of the few books I refuse to finish I admit going into to it with trepidation but when the author can t even keep the facts straight I am done Don t tell me someone died at 2 am and the tell me 3 pages later they were on the phone and fine at 2 20

  12. The JFK Assassination is one of the most controversial crimes in history Hit List written over half a century after the case, goes over the facts like never before, and is definitely one of the most intense books on the assassination ever written.

  13. They have investigated the deaths of numerous people, somehow attached to the Kennedy Assassination The theory they expouse in the chapter on Karyn Kupcinet, actress and daughter of Irv Kupcinet of Chicago, is my theory and I am acknowledged in the book Kathleen Collins

  14. presenting a way of grasping the crime and corruption otherwise hidden by secrecyAs one who remarked to a clerk at the Bridgeport Superior Court as I was pursuing civil cases pro se against lawyers at the Pullman and Comley law firm for theft of medical films of mine meant for an operation on my neck that there was a greater likelihood of a meteor hitting the courthouse than the many incidents and nexuses of crime and corruption I was experiencing and investigating were coincidence Thus when I r [...]

  15. As with pretty much everyone who was alive on November 22, 1963, I remember exactly where I was when President Kennedy was murdered, in Mrs Brown s 4th grade classroom at San Jose Elementary School in Pomona, California As I look back on my life, this was a seminal moment at which I believe my doubts mistrust of authority government began I ve studied a lot about the Kennedy assassination over the years, have never believed Oswald fired the shots that killed the president, or if he did, that oth [...]

  16. A list as of 2013 of fifty of the most prominent cases of witnesses murdered, suicided, or involved in suspicious fatal accidents, many of them days before they were scheduled to testify before Jim Garrison s New Orleans court or the House Select Committee on Assassinations I knew most of this, but it filled in a few details.

  17. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning about the many deaths of witnesses to the JFK murder, etc.

  18. Rosario read this one and thought it was the best investigation of mysterious deaths of JFK witnesses.

  19. A highly disturbing, yet fascinating account of the many mysterious deaths linked to the assassination of President Kennedy.

  20. This book is very uneven It is basically a discussion of the sometimes mysterious deaths that surrounded individuals close to the Kennedy Assassination Basically, the authors contend that there was indeed a conspiracy and that those who knew something had to be silenced.The mixed up concoction of theories and points of view never seem to gel Was Oswald trying to save the president Was he really working for the Mob The Russians Cuba Lyndon Baines Johnson The authors put forward all of these notio [...]

  21. When I die and I m talking with God after he let s me in, my first question is going to be, What really happened to Kennedy on 11 22 63 This is the second conspiracy book I have read on Kennedy The first was the heavily referenced Dr Mary s Monkey I also read A Cruel and Shocking Act about the Warren commission and the collection the evidence.You either fall into the this is all bunk category or this is totally real category I fall into the latter mainly for the reason that lots of these deaths [...]

  22. This book is an investigation into some of the people who were witnesses to or involved with the Kennedy assassination and how so many of them met with mysterious and untimely deaths Belzer does an excellent job digging up eye witness reports that were covered up, researching witnesses who changed their stories about what they saw or how they were involved multiple times and how the Warren Commission was kept from investigating because of their deaths The book does suggest conspiracy but it lead [...]

  23. Each section reads like a scrapbook or an encyclopedia entry, so there is lots of repetition Not recommended to attempt to read straight through, but to dip into for an introduction to one of the topics Needs an editor For example, one whole section refers to rouge elements here and rogue elements there Who are these rouge elements and what makes then so dangerous.However, while surveying this list of people who have been silenced, I had a bit of an epiphany It now seems clear who killed JFK a c [...]

  24. This book presents solid arguments for its conclusion regarding the deaths of those associated with the JFK assassination I was skeptical at the start of the book, as I never delved into the conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination However, the author presents quite a bit of evidence to make me question what really happened there seems to be too many coincidences, mysteries and deaths not fully investigated.That being said, I had the same problem with the book that other reviewers had I [...]

  25. I just love conspiracy theories and I m especially fond of JFK conspiracies Don t ask me why, that s just the way it is.I don t read these kinds of books with any kind of scrutiny I am not concerned about how credible those claims are and I don t fact check I just love the grand, intricate narrative behind conspiracies.As for grand and intricate narrative Belzer totally delivers on that account The book is an interesting read, well written and, undoubtedly, meticulously researched On top of that [...]

  26. I thought it was very interesting and the author seems very knowledgeable on the facts the coincidence of the deaths very near the times they were going to testify isn t very coincidental in my opinion if it were just people in deadly professions it could be written off but the number of them happening close together and sometimes same day seems planned I liked the way the further info and sources were listed at the end of each chapter I checked out some of the further info and sources and they [...]

  27. I have long believed that there was a definite pre determined plan for the assassination of JFK spoiler alertLBJ did it This book was interesting but I found it mechanically difficult to read Although the format for each entry was good, the inclusion of blocked type sections of varying format and grey shading was very distracting and made the flow difficult to follow Additionally, having indented, bold face paragraphs interspersed with full margin non bold paragraphs was annoying, especially whe [...]

  28. A book that starts off with an appeal to probability and then just keeps making one fallacious argument after another All the in depth research is based on other poorly sourced and researched conspiracy tomes at best or on conspiracy theory message board posts at best Takes an interesting subject and then wastes the topic by throwing its hands up and saying we ll OBVIOUSLY it s all connected to end the argument.

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