The book disputes and refutes many of the facts that the conspiracy theorists base their theories on. The author's prejudice is to favor the veracity of government authorities over anybody else, which is opposite to the prejudice of the conspiracy writers. He admits bureaucratic mistakes and cover ups by the FBI, CIA, and Dallas Police only when it supports the overall thesis of the Warren Commission.
Year Read: 1998
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