About this title:
The follow-up to the author's best-selling Rush to Judgment, which criticized the Warren Commission's report on the Kennedy assassination, attempts to demonstrate that the CIA helped plan the president's murder. Reprint. 75,000 first printing. Tour.
About the Author:
Mark Lane is an author, lawyer, teacher, lecture, and filmmaker. He has written eight books on contemporary legal issues, ranging from an analysis of the assassination of Reverened Martin Luther King, Jr., to an account of the facts surrounding the Jonestown massacre. Mark Lane's highly acclaimed bestseller, "Rush to Judgement," a critique of the Warren Commission Report, marked the beginning of Lane's 25-year pursuit of the facts behind the Kennedy assassination, and "Plausible Denial" presents the startling results of that pursuit.
This material will doubtless prove fascinating to any Kennedy assassination conspiracy theorist. Mark Lane's research on CIA involvement in the Kennedy assassination is both convincing and disturbing. However, the performance proves impersonal and uninspired. Paul Soles places too much distance between himself and the material. The facts of this compelling subject are presented with little emotion. The author's arguments are worth studying, but the performance here adds little. G.A.D. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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