They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK

They Killed Our President Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK Unless you ve been living under a rock for the past fifty years you re aware of the many hypotheses that the assassination of President John F Kennedy was not done by one man Whether you ve read one

  • Title: They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK
  • Author: Jesse Ventura Dick Russell David Wayne
  • ISBN: 9781626361393
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
  • They Killed Our President: 63 Reasons to Believe There Was a Conspiracy to Assassinate JFK

    Unless you ve been living under a rock for the past fifty years, you re aware of the many hypotheses that the assassination of President John F Kennedy was not done by one man Whether you ve read one or a dozen of the books on this topic, there s no way to fully grasp the depth of this conspiracy For the first time ever, New York Times bestselling authors Jesse VenturaUnless you ve been living under a rock for the past fifty years, you re aware of the many hypotheses that the assassination of President John F Kennedy was not done by one man Whether you ve read one or a dozen of the books on this topic, there s no way to fully grasp the depth of this conspiracy For the first time ever, New York Times bestselling authors Jesse Ventura and Dick Russell have teamed up with some of the most respected and influential assassination researchers to put together the ultimate compendium that covers every angle from the plot to the murder of JFK They Killed Our President will not only discuss the most famous of theories, but will also bring to light new and recently discovered information, which together shows that the United States government not only was behind this egregious plot, but took every step to make sure that the truth would not come out.With 2013 marking the fiftieth anniversary of JFK s assassination, this is the perfect time for They Killed Our President to be available to readers The research and information in this book are unprecedented, and there s nobody better to bring this to everyone s attention than the former governor of Minnesota and US Navy SEAL, Jesse Ventura.

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    1. Chuck

      A generous 2-starsThere are some very good books about the JFK assassination. This is not one of them. While he occasionally makes a good point or raises a good question, most of it is just bluster and bullshit; anyone without the relevant background information may not know which is which. In short, if you have a pretty good understanding of the issues surrounding the JFK assassination, you might find some value in this one; otherwise, don’t touch this with a 10-foot pole. Better to avoid it [...]

    2. Chris Beal

      I really wanted to like this book. I admire everyone who tackles this issue. There are few rewards and lots of obstacles. But I've read a number of books on this topic, and I have to say this one ranks as one of the worst.First, the positives: Ventura divides the subject matter in a way that makes it easy to digest, with chapters on "The Evidence," "The Cover-Up," "The Witnesses," and "The Why, Who, and How." One downside of this categorization is that some of the material fits more than one pla [...]

    3. Rob

      Jesse Ventura seems to never have heard a JFK conspiracy theory that he didn't believe. Many of the reasons were debunked long ago (motorcade route being changed at the last minute, the "magic" bullet, Oswald could not have gotten all three shots off in time, etc). Most of the sources he cites are other conspiracy authors, many of questionable credibility. Seriously, citing Jim Garrison as a source and then claiming he is credible just because he was a District Attorney? And some of the reasons [...]

    4. Zach Copley

      There are so many JFK assassination books written every year that for newcomers or those simply wanting to catch up on the latest evidence it's hard to figure out where to start. Fortunately, this book functions as a pretty good overview of exactly where the current research stands. It's right on time too -- this year is the 50th anniversary of the bloody coup that removed JFK, the key political fulcrum of the latter half of the 20th century. Divided into 63 bite-size chapters, Jesse serves up t [...]

    5. Natasha

      While there are many fascinating theories surrounding the unfortunate assassination of President Kennedy - this book manages to make them all sound far fetched. Jessie Ventura's theories on who killed the president range from the CIA, Lyndon Johnson, FBI, Castro, Hoover - and he even manages to try to convince people that Jack Ruby was a shooter on the grassy knoll. I sincerely hope no one has chosen to start their journey into the Kennedy Conspiracy with this book. His sources are 80% websites [...]

    6. S

      I'm really into conspiracy theories, and I've read quite a few JFK assassination books so kind of consider myself an expert of sorts on this topic. I wanted to like this one but I honestly just couldn't. I got bored towards the end and his so called "sources" were sketchy to me. When I was reading it, for some of the stuff I was like "how did he get this, there is no way". His style of writing is very informal as well. But, there is a bit of interesting stuff in there; I learned of some conspira [...]

    7. Molly Kennert

      I honestly just couldn't finish this book. I'm fascinated with the JFK assassination, and would have really loved to read what was in this book, but Ventura's writing style is atrocious. It is such a turn off when people write in a completely informal style of writing when trying to convey an argument. His sources were also sketchy, which made me discredit the little information I did read.

    8. Melissa

      I picked this book up on a whim at the library and have not put it down since. If you're one of the people who has always doubted the official government version of JFK death; than this is the book for you. Jesse Ventura does a thorough investigation into the death and subsequent cover up of JFK death. Highly recommend.

    9. Beth Olson shultz

      Sure glad this was a library book. Ugh! Did not finish this. Why did I waste about 3 hours for this?

    10. Jen

      If you are anything like me, you probably don't need 63 reasons to believe there was a conspiracy to assassinate JFK (as the book's subtitle suggests, verbatim). But Jesse Ventura is gonna give 'em to ya anyway. Co-authored with Dick Russell and David Wayne, They Killed Our President outlines the events leading up to and in the aftermath of John F. Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.I did not belong to that era; it was 21 years before my time. My dad, however, still re [...]

    11. Keith

      I have to say this is one of the best books I've read about JFK. Jesse really exposes what happened on that day and all those mysterious suicides which in my opinion were murders to keep witnesses from talking. I have to say to those people who watch CNN and believe 100% that mainframe media is telling you should think again. The news itself is controlled by the US government. The fact is anyone with a difference of opinion about what happened when JFK was assassinated is labeled crazy, a crack [...]

    12. Adrian Guretti

      Ok, I am way off being an expert on the Assassination but I liked the book. I'm still on the fence wit the informal style with which it was written but in some moments when a punch is to be delivered I kinda liked his way.I'm now a bit better informed on the subject. I do like how it's a virtual bibliography on web site addresses for the stated facts in the book which makes it worthwhile as a research tool.

    13. Anthony Yvonnica

      In addition to this being an excellent book that clearly demonstrates that the government is covering up the truth about the President Kennedy Assassination, the book also provides references, links to more information where this fact is more clearly revealed. Good job.The bad part is that because of the extensive references, the book was tough to read. It is more of a study book than a quick read.

    14. Boris

      Four and a half stars for still more very interesting compelling information on the Kennedy assassination and negative 2 stars for Jesse Ventura's rambling and mindless regurgitation of the usual populist nonsense and false facts on which they're predicated in the last chapter of the book. I found this last chapter virtually unreadable as it veered considerably off the topic of the Kennedy assassination conspiracy. The book is well researched and I'm sure largely if not exclusively the product o [...]

    15. Matt

      One really can't help but admire Jesse Ventura. Not only does he talk the talk, he walks the walk. He has been a Navy Seal, an actor, wrestler, Mayor, Governor of Minnesota, and TV presenter to name a few. He has published numerous books over the last few years and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this offering.I have a considerable interest in the JFK saga, and Jesse and his co-authors provide an accessible introductory text to delve into. It is well written, with reference material used to support [...]

    16. Jonathan Webb

      Like with the O'Reilly book, I am intrigued by this period in U.S. history so I'll read anything I can get my hands on no matter who the author may be. Jesse Ventura can be weird at times and this book was no different. Many of the points in here are interesting and bring up issues I've always had problems with concerning the official story regarding the Kennedy assassination. So, it was a great read from that perspective. I only give it 3 stars because occasionally the book slips into rants and [...]

    17. Richard Gipson

      While Mr. Ventura's personal flamboyance would seem, at first, to detract from his reliability as a historian, his handling of the subject matter is surprisingly well documented and footnoted. I generally dismiss most conspiracy theories as so much sensationalism, but this book raises enough well documented facts to make a serious case for Kennedy having been murdered by our own government. If there are any serious rebuttals to these arguments, I have yet to find them. The book leaves me with th [...]

    18. Ulrich Krieghund

      Reads like some drunken bar patron spouting off accusations he can't prove, so he just tells you about books to read if you really want to know the truth. It's mostly bullet pointed filler directing you to more thoroughly written books on the subject. Large swaths of the book are long quotes from better books and actual historians. Certainly there are scholarly researched books that explore different assassination conspiracies as well as well written books that support the lone gunman theory. Th [...]

    19. Tony

      Everyone who can read should read the last chapter of this book at the very least. So proud someone has the guts to speak out the issues relevant in the 60's and still relevant today. Amazing book and amazing courage.One might think it's been fifty years so who cares who was behind it. But after reading this one everyone around the globe should care who was behind it and took and are taking the effort to cover it up and to silence the discussion. I think at least the US changed a lot just by one [...]

    20. Steve Jones

      Fascinating, easy-to-read, and totally believable. Why the US government still keeps documents related to the assassination locked up and away from the public domain is a mystery, This happened over 50 years ago; are they waiting for all those who had anything to do with the cover-up to die before releasing them? Ventura has done a great deal to get his government to own up to it's mistakes and cover-ups. The fact that the USG hasn't done anything to fix itself, is an indictment on those who don [...]

    21. Jennifer Giles Hinojosa

      I found this book enjoyable in that most of it was like listening to a friend talk to me about the assassination instead of a really dry read. I felt that some of the theories covered in the book were a little far fetched and that they had been debunked over the years. I found the book was easy to read and flowed rather well. This book may not be the end all, be all of assassination books but it is worth the read if you are interested in the subject matter.

    22. Sallyreads

      I think I've stated before that the Kennedy assassination is one of my earliest memories. This book goes over some old ground, but presents information in a quite cogent argument. I felt the final sum-up stated the whys and impacts very eloquently. I'm impressed. Must admit, however, as I started reading, that the words translated into Ventura's voice in my head - the words and phrasing are very much his.

    23. Amanda McGill

      After reading Jesse Ventura's novel, there is no doubt in my mind that there was a conspiracy to kill JFK. The novel was easy to follow and written in a non-academic language that I found easier to read. Unfortunately most of the time Ventura came off as arrogant which took away from the points he was trying to prove. As well, the conclusion was basically one long rant that ruined his argument and all of the points he made throughout the novel.

    24. David M

      I think this book is phenomenal. Ventura did a fantastic job researching facts about the JFK assassination. After reading just the first few pages, I was convinced Oswald did not do it. I learned Oswald was betrayed by the people who he was working for, learned the CIA covered up their involvement with Oswald and also learned of many witnesses and testimony that we have never heard and probably will never hear about O'clock news.

    25. Carl Hardy

      An incredible well researched book on the erosion of the American dream beginning with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.Jessie Ventura has presented us with an incredible well researched book on the erosion of the American dream beginning with the assassination of President John F Kennedy. The continuing cover-up of Kennedy's assassination is a travesty of monumental importance to regaining our national sovereign as a free people. This book is a must read.

    26. Kathi Jackson

      I love all of these ideas and certainly believe in a conspiracy, but how could all of these groups coordinated the killing and coverup? That's a lot of folks. There's also a lot of information in this book so it was a lot of reading. I still believe in Me and Lee; I think it's all put together in a nutshell in that book.

    27. Misterdimeo .

      Really good introduction to some of the so-called "conspiracy theories" related to the JFK assasination. There seems to be som erepetition in the various chapeters but informative and a very good read nonetheless. After reading this book I will now try to dig a little deeper by reading the book by James Di Eugenio (Destiny Betrayed)

    28. Eric van Dalen

      Wow! Now I know why most people don't believe the mainstream story. The author did a great job of keeping my attention. Plus, after a lengthy discussion he would summarize. I really like it when he would say "Get This!" or "Get a Load of This!". He really put the ball over the plate.

    29. Suzanne

      Enjoyed the first 1/4 of the book the most, but all quite interesting, especially since I've never bought into the Warren Commission's accounts. Single bullet? Nope. Oswald acted alone? Nope. Conspiracy? Yup!

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