Someone Would Have Talked: The
Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
important book throws additional light on the dark forces
that subverted the political life of this republic.
of primary source materials he uses paint a disturbing
and compelling picture of the assassination of President
John F. Kennedy. Making these documents available on
his web site, Hancock invites the reader to look at the documents
and reach their anyone would need to repeat his work and challenge
his conclusions. Such intellectual courage is rare. This is a significant
contribution to our nation’s
Once again Hancock opens doors
that the CIA and FBI would prefer stay closed. By probing newly-released
documents and bringing fresh witnesses to the fore, Hancock's
tireless research conclusively proves there is still plenty we don't
know about the perpetration and cover-up of the Kennedy assassination.
"Larry Hancock has uncovered
important information about key players in the US covert
war against Castro who also had ties to JFK’s assassination.
Always on top of the latest developments in the field,
this new edition is essential reading."
"Larry Hancock has put
countless hours into the study of the files made available
under the JFK Records Act, and it was worth the effort. His wide-ranging
document-based research, coupled with Larry's practical
skepticism and an eye for detail, makes this book an invaluable guide
to making sense of Dallas."
Would Have Talked is a must read for anyone with an interest
in the events surrounding the murder of President Kennedy. As members
of this Forum might expect, Larry Hancock has done a remarkable
job, and his efforts have resulted in a classic examination of
events leading up to Kennedy's death and the ensuing cover-up.
Larry, congratulations on this
edition of Someone Would Have Talked . I think you
deserve to be proud of your work. I'm certainly looking forward to
discussions on this Forum by the members, once SWHT is released.
Mike Hogan, JFK Assassination Researcher
"Larry Hancock is always the first
person I call to learn about the latest documents and discoveries,
especially those involving CIA anti-Castro operations and
mob associates like David Morales and John Martino. His
work continues to break new ground and
Lamar Waldron, author of Ultimate Sacrifice
There have been two official
U.S. Government investigations of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy. The first resulted in the Warren
Commission Report. Rank with so many blatant distortions
and manipulations of the evidence, its conclusion that
Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin quickly disintegrated
under objective scrutiny. But the Report's arrogant fallaciousness
seeded in the public's psyche a new
Gaeton Fonzi, former staff
investigator for the U.S. House Committee on