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  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Monte Sano Media (April 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1591482976
  • ISBN-13: 978-1591482970
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 14.5 x 2.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 386 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #594,365 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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The following chapters will consist of facsimile reproductions of the DIA's translation of the Soviet intelligence study, of its own analysis, and of quoted excerpts of the official Warren Commission Report, followed by commentary. Read the first page
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Regicide provides a good overview of the the facts surrounding the JFK assassination, and offers what it claims to be documentation that the plot originated in the CIA. Regicide relies heavily on a DIA reports which summarizes Soviet intelligence investigation into the assassination, and what it claims to be the original documents of something called OPERATION ZIPPER; the removal of President John F Kennedy. The DIA documentation is believable because, it basically summarizes that physical evidence and provides background information on Oswald and Jack Ruby which is pretty much known fact at this point. As for the OPERATION ZIPPER documents, I suspect they're antoher case of planted disinformation. The facts show that there was a conspiracy to kill JFK, however, I'm yet to see any credible evidence that that the CIA authorized the plot. CIA Director John McCone was Kennedy's appointed man, it doesn't make sense that he'd authorize a plot to kill JFK. Overall, Regicide is a very quick read for background information on the JFK assassination, but far from the final word on the topic.
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By A Customer on Dec 3 2003
Format: Hardcover
Interesting book and interesting theory, quite plausible explanations if everything in the book is indeed fact. For those on the fringe about this, it's a short book to read and if you dont believe the theory, you can take it as just another theory. Book is more for the indepth JFK assassination reader rather than a beginner.
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You either love the truth and mankind. Or, you're one of the selfish rat bastards that hate the truth and your fellow man because you believe there is profit in it . There is no compromise. You're good or you're evil.
Destiny will determine which philosophy is the correct one:
1) What profiteth a man if he gains the whole world, but loses his soul? OR,
2) Who's the fool, the beggar or king, as all is the same in death?
Destiny will provide the answer.
As for the book. I've studied the details of this event for over 30 years. I'm convinced that the solution to the mystery of the JFK assassination is within its pages. Actually it has been solved for many years. The US gov't killed JFK, as most the world with the exception of the American public have known for a long time.
I feel that your average citizen here is working against an evil that has stacked the deck tremendously against him though with the corporate media, schools, universities, judiciary and Congress having been bought and paid for long ago. And so my compassion extends toward my fellow american even moreso.
Of course, to mention all this (even with volumes of irrefutable evidence) is to be labeled a "conspiracy kook" in our country and immediately discredited and harrassed. That's the price of telling the truth in our land. So be it then.
I ask the American public: Why do you make it righteous to trumpet from the mountaintops for all to see the lies and trechery of Hitler, Stalin, Nero, Napoleon, Herod, etc., and yet tremble with rage and indignity when it is suggested that evil men are in power right here in the United States and have been since the 1776 revolution? Where is your loyalty?
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By A Customer on Nov. 15 2003
Format: Hardcover
A) Strengths of the Book
1) The author, "Gregory Douglas," is evidently very knowledgeable about the CIA and the Kennedy Assassination.
2) The author writes straight to the point, and avoids verbosity. His style of writing suggests a logical and clear mind.
B) Weaknesses of the Book
1) The alleged documents in the book agrees with the Soviet claim that they shot down the U2 piloted by Gary Powers. This is contradicted by a much more credible source, L. Fletcher Prouty, who wrote that the U2 was forced to land and was NOT shot down.
2) The alleged documents claim that a total of 3 shots were fired at Kennedy. This is contradicted by overwhelming evidence that at least 6, to as many as approximately 10 shots were fired during that assassination.
3) The alleged documents claim that there were two snipers, located in the Texas School Book Depository building and in the grassy knoll, respectively. There is strong evidence that there was a sniper in the building directly behind Kennedy, which the documents fail to cite.
4) The alleged documents claim that the hit team was composed of 4 members recruited from the Corsican Mafia by Sam Giancana of the Chicago Mafia. There are several statements about the operational and getaway plan that stretches my credulity. For example, 3 members of the hit team allegedly allowed complete strangers to participate in, or to execute, their getaway after Kennedy was killed. Why would these Corsican mafiosi entrust their getaway wholly or partially to complete stangers? I cannot state the other dubious allegations in these documents for reasons of brevity.
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Reading all the available books on the JFK assassination is like watching the movie "Drowning Mona." EVERYONE has a reason and is suspect, though few actually carried it out.
I'm afraid that this book only adds to the list of "crack-pot" theories, as Douglas subtly warns. A reference made in his book from an exert of the Driscoll Report mentions that the US Government allows all sorts books criticizing the Warren Commission Report to be published so should the truth be revealed, it will be obscured by lunacy.
This book is, however, full of eye-opening material. I also like the references to Posner's book "Case Closed." Douglas is rather tame in countering Posner's claims that "everyone is wrong, I and the Warren Commission are right." Douglas also breaks up his book into three areas: The "official" account, the Driscoll Report, and his own information based on the CIA man Robert T. Crowley.
I don't believe Douglas editorializes his information, nor do I think he is sensationlizing the facts. Instead, I believe he is painting a clear-cut picture of events which leads the reader wanting more records opened.
This is a must-read and should be read along with "On the Trail of the Assassins," by Jim Garrison, and "Destiny Betrayed," by James DiEugenio.
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