Plausible Denial e-book
by Mark Lane
Mark Lane has published 2 books (including this book) with the names of Kennedy's assassins.
Mark Lane has published 2 books (including this book) with the names of Kennedy's assassins. It's shocking that there is not more interest in investigating and prosecuting JFK's assassins based on the evidence in this book. Just as Lane believes it is a cardinal sin to bore a jury, he keeps the reader's attention riveted to the pages of his books. It matters not that this book was first published over 20 years ago.
Plausible Denial: Was the CIA Involved in the Assassination of JFK? is a 1991 book by American attorney, Mark Lane that outlines his theory that former Watergate figure E. Howard Hunt was involved with the Central Intelligence Agency in the assassina. Howard Hunt was involved with the Central Intelligence Agency in the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy.
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Witness Supports Mark Lane's Plausible Denial. Lane's analysis of the assassination in his first book, and later in PLAUSIBLE DENIAL, demonstrated his unique mind as an attorney, that of someone who would eventually become one of our nation's history's greatest advocates. Published by Thriftbooks. Lane's world famous book, Rush To Judgment, became the number one best seller in America and the world in the first year of its publication. Though his book was clearly a classic cornerstone of history, the . publishers initially turned it down.
In Plausible Denial, Mark Lane, the author of Rush to Judgment, the provocative and bestselling critique of the Warren Commission, reveals startling evidence about the CIA’s involvement in a plot to murder the president. Lane signed on as defense counsel for the publication, and set out to prove the truth of the allegations against Hunt and the CIA.
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In this bestseller, Plausible Denial reveals starting new information about the Central Intelligence Agency's role in the assassination of President John F. Mark Lane, author of Rush to Judgment, previously revealed the cover-up by the government in his critique of the Warren Commission Report. Now he reveals documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act and startling revelations obtained during his examination of former CIA operatives and officials during Lane's legal defense of a newspaper in a defamation case.