Regicide: The Official Assassination of J.F. Kennedy Hardcover – Apr 2002
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Press Release: CIA OFFICIAL ADMITS: WE KILLED JFK! President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963, by Lee Harvey Oswald. Oswald, it was determined by the official Warren Commission, acted entirely alone.
THIS STATEMENT IS FALSE!
Actually, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated by four Corsican Mafiosi. These Mafiosi, according to fifty pages of formerly secret Defense Intelligence Agency and CIA documents, killed the President as the direct result of a well-laid plot on the part of the senior officials of the CIA, the FBI, the NSA and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Kennedy was suspected by the Director of the CIA, James McCone, and James Jesus Angleton, head of the CIA's counterintelligence branch, along with Robert Trumbull Crowley, Assistant Deputy Director of the Agency's Clandestine Operations, of passing secret CIA briefing papers to the Soviet Union via his brother, Robert, the Attorney General. These officials felt that this was sufficient reason to "remove" the President from his high office by assassination.
The so-called "Driscoll Report" was compiled by Colonel Vedder B. Driscoll, head of the Soviet Intelligence Section of the DIA. Driscoll wrote a 19 page top secret report in 1978 addressing a secret Soviet evaluation of the assassination as seen through their eyes.
Also supporting the Driscoll Report is a long, top secret CIA report on "Operation ZIPPER," the official record of meetings, telephone calls and NSA telephone intercepts that led directly to the assassination of John Kennedy.
These documents, along with detailed commentary, can be found in a new book: "Regicide: The Official Assassination of John F. Kennedy" (for details see below).
The explosive documents that supply the background for this landmark work come straight from the private files of Robert Crowley. Crowley, an instigator and active participant in the assassination, died in October of 2000 in a Washington hospital and a significant number of copies of his high-level document collection came into the possession of two writers.
One of these writers, Gregory Douglas, who has written four books concerning the use of top Nazi intelligence personnel by the CIA, has prepared a work that shows in clear, heavily footnoted detail, backed up with official documents, the development and execution of "Operation ZIPPER." His book also lists the names and positions of those U.S. officials who were privy to the plot.
"Regicide" is the very first study to use official documents, copies of which were long ago shredded by frightened American intelligence community officials. This work also includes a massive list of over 3,000 CIA "sources" in the United States and Europe, individuals in the American and foreign media, business and military worlds whom Crowley cataloged as "important and significant" members of the clandestine intelligence community.
From the Inside Flap
As is well known, the rise of Fidel Castro as communist dictator of Cuba led to a series of very dangerous confrontations with the U.S., for instance the failed Bay of Pigs invasion and the subsequent Cuban Missile Crisis, to name only the best known events.
It is less well-known that both the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff and the CIA were plotting to drag the U.S. into open hostilities with Cuba by staging "Cuban aggressions", and to intentionally cause "collateral damage" outside and inside the U.S., in other words: to kill innocent civilians, including U.S. citizens, and blame it on Castro in order to supply a reason for a military invasion of Castro's Cuba.
When U.S. President John F. Kennedy discovered this treasonable program, he intervened and prevented what would certainly have triggered a nuclear world war. In order to prevent another such clandestine intelligence horror, Kennedy felt strongly that it was an urgent necessity to circumvent both the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the CIA who obviously were extremely determined to force a dangerous war on his administration. He and his brother Robert, the Attorney General, decided that any official attempt on their part to establish a rapprochement with the Soviet Union would be doomed to failure by the actions of his own intelligence agencies.
By dealing with the Soviets behind the back of the CIA, John F. Kennedy unwittingly signed his own death sentence, because many high officials within his administration now considered him to be a traitor.
Gregory Douglas, 59, was born in Colorado. His older brother served in the Counter Intelligence during the Korean war and from him, Gregory became deeply interested in the arcane world of spy-counterspy. He has published four works on Hitler's Gestapo Chief, Heinrich Müller, which were translated into German, Russian, and Japanese. A fifth volume is in preparation. Mr. Douglas is an editor of the Military Advisor' magazine, a contributor to historical journals both in the United States and Europe. As an investigative reporter, Mr. Douglas wrote a series of articles on art frauds that resulted in exposure of the notorious Rodin frauds, and was instrumental in uncovering massive thefts from a secure Department of State archive in Berlin in 1995. In 2000, his historical research led him to the discovery of a treasure of gold coins buried beside an Austrian lake by a fleeing Nazi leader, Odilio Globocnik. Presently, Mr. Douglas is working on several other books about recent historical topics, using documents obtained from the late R. T. Crowley, former Assistant Deputy Director of Clandestine Operations for the CIA.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
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?Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.
Most recent customer reviews
Interesting book and interesting theory, quite plausible explanations if everything in the book is indeed fact. Read morePublished on Dec 3 2003
This book had a lot of information I had never heard before. I really enjoyed the entire book. It is worth the read.Published on July 14 2003 by M. Carnevale
Three stars is generous. I should give it a 1 or a 0, but that ignores the paradox of this book.
On the surface, it is well-footnoted, appendiced and indexed. Read more
If the documents released in this book are not fakes, then it is most alarming that it didn't get more public attention, because it is an official nuclear bomb. Read morePublished on June 18 2003 by Luc REYNAERT
This book provides a believable top down explanation of the John F. Kennedy assassination. It leads to the name William Harvey, as a coordinator for the actual event. Read morePublished on June 4 2003 by BARRY R BUSHELL
I found the book to be sufficient but nothing that amazed me. Suprisingly the book is short considering the amount of evidence it gives to the JFK assassination. Read morePublished on April 29 2003 by Rodney Rivers
Please don't waste your money on this book. It purportedly contains two heretofore never seen documents--one a KGB investigation and analysis of the assasination, and the other a... Read morePublished on April 28 2003
Lets close this nonsense once and for all. We will never know the
whole truth with complete certainty. Amen.
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