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JFK Conspiracies - cover

JFK Conspiracies

Liam McCann

Publisher: G2 Rights

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Summary

This book will investigate and analyse the pertinent conspiracy theories to decide once and for all if Oswald was involved, whether he was a lone gunman, or if there were other assassins in Dealey Plaza in November 1963
Available since: 08/20/2013.
Print length: 128 pages.

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