By Douglas Horne, Jacob Hornberger

Ever because researchers and commentators begun wondering the conclusions of the Warren document at the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the reaction has been: Why might the U.S. national-security institution — that's, the army and the CIA — kill Kennedy?

As Douglas P. Horne info during this book, JFK’s battle with the nationwide safeguard institution: Why Kennedy used to be Assassinated, the answer's simply because Kennedy’s rules approximately foreign-policy collided with these of the U.S. national-security institution through the peak of the chilly conflict. within the eyes of the army and the CIA, Kennedy’s rules posed a grave possibility to nationwide security.

Horne served as leader Analyst for army files for the Assassination files overview Board (ARRB). This was once the federal enterprise that Congress tested to safe the disclosure and liberate of JFK-related documents and records after the general public outcry generated by means of Oliver Stone’s motion picture JFK. Horne is the writer of contained in the Assassination files evaluate Board: The U.S. Government’s ultimate try to Reconcile the Conflicting clinical facts within the Assassination of JFK, a five-volume paintings that focuses totally on the post-mortem of Kennedy’s physique that was once carried out by means of the U.S. army.

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