Review (Guest): Files on JFK

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Wim Dankbaar

5.0 out of 5 stars The trees in the forest will now begin to fall

March 4, 2006

By Herbert L Calhoun “paulocal” (Falls Church, VA USA) – See all my reviews

In the realm of JFK assassination investigations: lore, irrefutable facts, fiction “factions” and myths, all often compete side-by-side for the right to be accepted. The reader is thus forced to develop a finely tuned “crap-detection system” in order to sort out one from the other.

It is no different in this manuscript produced by Wim Dankbaar, which, as it introduces a new kind of medium (“the investigative internet book”), also blazes its own fresh trail of validated facts in pursuit of uncovering the “real” culprits of the JFK whodunit.

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