Counterplot
by Edward Jay Epstein

An expose of District Attorney Jim Garrison's activities and his alleged case against Clay Shaw, who he accused of conspiring to kill JFK. Garrison comes off as a liar and demagogue. The author has no patience with conspiracy theories.

Year Read: 1982


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