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  • By Stephen Courts on June 20, 2013

    Mr. Hurlburt has written an outstanding, easy to follow and logical analysis of the murder of President Kennedy ( and Jefferson Davis Tippet) that is full of facts and written with a wry sense of humor, mocking in a polite way the lame steam media and the various government agencies responsible for the extensive cover-up. I literally was laughing so hard in chapter eight. In this chapter Charles lays out the case (in a dream like scenario) of the prosecutor and his assistant going over the case against LHO. It is really funny how he turns the table of the "airtight" case, DA Wade assigns them.It is obvious the author has studied the case for almost 50 years and writing this concise 305 page book for almost 20 years. It is well documented and foot noted. He pulls no punches with his description of the perpetuators of the crime of the century and the various layers responsible. I particularly liked the sense of humor as he debunks the government case of the lone nut. It is remarkable he was able to squeeze so much information in such a short book. The description in the "fork in the road" with Earl Warren is superb! It is a case of what if Warren had chosen to do the right thing instead of going along to get along with the government's lone nut scenario. That pretend conversation is worth the price of the book alone.Having read well over a hundred and fifty books on the murder of President Kennedy, this one stands out for covering so much ground, some new for me, and for the ease of reading. I read it in one was that compelling and well written. The author gives his best estimate of who the guilty parties are and a lot of credit to those that preceded his book. He takes apart Posner and Bugliosi and rightfully blames the lame stream media for their complicity in the cover-up for 49 and 1/2 years.This book is a great tool for the beginner as well as a valuable reference for the seasoned researcher. I can guarantee you will love this book, if you are not part of the problem, i.e. CIA, FBI, weak ineffective politicians and others who played a part in this monstrous crime or the ensuing cover-up or the believers of the "Johnson Commission". (I get criticized for calling it the Johnson Commission, but that is what it was. He chose all of the commissioners and literally twisted the arm of Chief Justice Warren to give the "Commission some fact he told Senator Russell that it would be a rubber stamp of Hoover's FBI "investigation") If allowed, I would give this book SIX stars!Stephen CourtsJune 20, 2013

  • By Alan Dale Daniel on November 30, 2013

    Its Time for the Truth! by Charles E. Hurlburt is another book covering the many problems with the Warren Report and Kennedy murder. He starts with his own story of believing the Warren Report and then takes us through his journey to disbelief. Like most other books it goes through the outline of the Warren Report and then covers the problems with the autopsy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Jack Ruby, the Congressional investigations and other Kennedy assassination difficulties. He takes the time to cover Posner's book (Case Closed) and Vincent Bugliosi's book (Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy) - both of which I have read - and he accurately dismantles them as nothing but propaganda.The author's strong point is his coverage of the various people involved in the story of the assassination. Hurlburt takes the time to cover each of the major characters in the drama and outlines for the reader who they were and the part they played either in the assassination or the subsequent confusion of events. He also takes the time to cover the numerous atypical deaths that have occurred in the Kennedy case.Having read many books on the Kennedy Assassination I think this is well done, but about in the middle of the pack. It offers little that is new, except great factual organization and some detail one might otherwise overlook. Hurlburt stresses who the Warren Commission could have called but did not, and makes it obvious the Commission was searching for one outcome and suppressed evidence that led elsewhere. His quotes from the executive sessions of the Commission were interesting and I have not read them elsewhere. And I do not want to overlook the importance of organization. There are so many facts that are at odds with the official report they need organization.Hurlburt fears time is taking away the interest in the assassination, and it will soon be so far in the past it will not matter who did what or what happened on that day. The author wants the reader to understand that is the real tragedy. The failure to seek the truth has left the nation emotionally poisoned. We can never trust the government again.Mr. Hurlburt misses that our nation was founded on mistrust of the government. It was only the propaganda of WWI and WWII that converted our people into government loving idiots that believed the government was good. It permeates the arguments today about the Warren Report and the assassination. I would opine that those who distrust the Warren Report and think there was a conspiracy are those that almost naturally distrust the government, while those who argue everything was fine and the government would not and could not sponsor an assassination think the government is naturally good and trustworthy. Listening to people discuss politics, Obamacare, government spying et al, convinces me that most people are very optimistic and believe the government is good and trustworthy. That is what makes the assassination statistics interesting - most people believe the government lied about the Kennedy killing and covered up a conspiracy.The facts can easily lead a person to believe the conspiracy coverup theory. The Warren Commission was totally incompetent at best. The report is sprinkled with outright lies, and what was not investigated is as important as what was. In addition, withholding the Z film for years was bound to build distrust. Kennedy was shot from the front. Anyone knowing rifles and bullets will tell you that. And the killing shot was a hollow point bullet, not a full metal jacket round (which Oswald was shooting). The Z film was withheld because it shows a front shot as clearly as anything could be shown. To deny that, which the government still does, is to outright lie.One of the best books on the Kennedy assassination is Impossible: The Case Agains Lee Harvey Oswald by Krusch. The author's list of great books on the Kennedy assassination is excellent.AD2

  • By Surfer Rick on July 1, 2013

    I read my first JFK assassination book in 1966 as a junior in high school. It was Mark Lane's masterpiece "Rush to Judgement." I was immediately hooked on solving the true Crime of the Century and for the ensuing near-half century I have read all the good and not so good works on the murder. The first generation giants (Lane, Weisberg, Meagher, Thompson, etc.) set the table for subsequent generations of researchers (Anson, Groden, Lifton, Maars, Hurt, Summers, etc.) and now after the discoveries revealed by Gaeton Fonzi, Larry Hancock, James Douglas, Jim DiEugenio, etc.) we now have a fairly good idea of what happened in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63. Oswald didn't really have much to do with it other than being the fall guy in a brilliantly concocted plot to force an invasion of Cuba and keep the Cold War as hot as possible. Though the Cuba plot never materialized, Vietnam replaced it more than adequately.Most people don't have the time nor the inclination to pour through all the works of the researchers cited above. To them I highly recommend this short-volume work by Hurlburt. If you are a thinking person who still wonders why this killing still evokes the anger, frustration and endless questions about "Who Killed JFK?", but need a nutshell explanation this is the book to read. The JFK Assassination is, by far, the biggest cover-up in American History, the consequences of which still reverberate loudly over the American political and social landscape. Highly recommended.

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