Taque’s book was interesting, not to mention that Oswald can not ‘physically’ be placed in the crime scene, some of the earliest basic evidence provided by people in the depository and the motorcycle policeman show that.
There are a number of books from witnesses, Jean Hill (The Last Dissenting Witness) who ran to the knoll looking for a shooter (She was interviewed live on NBC that day reporting a shot from there.
The Parkland doctor wrote a book I think called ‘Conspiracy of Silence’.
And many more...
***Reading Jim Tagues book convinced me that there was more than one gunman.***
"Taques book was interesting, not to mention that Oswald can not physically be placed in the crime scene, some of the earliest basic evidence provided by people in the depository and the motorcycle policeman show that."
Who says Oswald can't be placed in the crime scene? Oswald worked there. He was seen there. He admitted being there.
posted on 02/04/2009 3:28:58 PM PST
I believe Jean Hill damaged her credibility over the years by changing her story a few times. I think she was a bit on the strange side.
What I respect about Jim Tague is that he avoided media attention over the years. He didn’t release his book until 2005, I believe.
posted on 02/04/2009 3:31:51 PM PST
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