Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald; Volume One

Impossible The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald Volume One Why is this book one of the the most discussed topics in the history of the JFK ASSASSINATION FORUM web site Answer Want that money It s all yours Just win The JFK Challenge Difficult to

  • Title: Impossible: The Case Against Lee Harvey Oswald; Volume One
  • Author: Barry Krusch
  • ISBN: 9780962098147
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • Why is this book one of the the most discussed topics in the history of the JFK ASSASSINATION FORUM web site Answer 25,000.Want that money It s all yours Just win The 25,000 JFK Challenge Difficult to win Not according to ace prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi Only in a fantasy world could Oswald be innocent and still have all this evidence against him I think we can puWhy is this book one of the the most discussed topics in the history of the JFK ASSASSINATION FORUM web site Answer 25,000.Want that money It s all yours Just win The 25,000 JFK Challenge Difficult to win Not according to ace prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi Only in a fantasy world could Oswald be innocent and still have all this evidence against him I think we can put it this way If Oswald didn t kill Kennedy, then Kennedy wasn t killed on November 22, 1963 But the author of IMPOSSIBLE says Bugliosi is wrong Bill O Reilly too Interestingly enough, no one, including Stephen King who wrote there was a 98% chance that Oswald was guilty has accepted the Challenge yet, including the dozens of lone assassin theorists to whom the offer has been made on internet forums.Now why would that be FALL 2012 UPDATE Thousands of people have read this book Number of people who have accepted the Challenge 0.

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    1. The book is well researched and full of real evidence rather than wild speculation. I am the son of one of the original first generation citizen investigators of the JFK assassination, and I know what I'm talking about. Krusch's use of pop culture and humor is a great way to interest a new generation. We may never know the truth, but understanding that we don't know the truth is a good starting point. If you want a crash-course in why Lee Oswald was probably innocent, this is where to start. I w [...]

    2. Note: Although I follow the the detailed presentation of the material in the book as closely as I can, some of my interpretations may go slightly beyond what's in the book in order to clarify certain points.This book is really different. If you've been curious about the justice system - trials and juries and evidence et al - but didn't want to spend a lot of time digging through the usual volumes of boring material, this book is for you. If you were fascinated by the Kennedy assassination case b [...]

    3. Barry Krusch does an outstanding job. He has catalog volumes of information that he can quickly access and he understands how the court of law works. This is the first of three volumes that are out now and I understand a fourth volume is in the works. If you order the first volume on the 22nd of any month you can get this first volume free. The other volumes are only 9.99 each. Not a bad price for a Kindle book. Barry, knows all the evidence available. He explains how reasonable doubt works in g [...]

    4. Be prepared to take a course in due process,but the class is worth the seat time. LHO was never put on trial. In the absence of that, The Warren Commission presented the prosecution's case. As a result Oswald was convicted in the court of public opinion. Ignoring the meme of conspiracy, this work is a credible cross examination of the evidence presented and the results are disturbing in the least. This is not a quick or easy read. It is methodic and meticulous because as the addage says "the dev [...]

    5. I just cannot finish this book. I'm sure he proves his case, but it is so dry & dull, I'm not even absorbing what I'm reading.

    6. I won this book as part of the giveaway program, and I was really looking forward to it. I clearly remember having my best friend's father come out and tell me I had to go home and tell my mother that someone had shot the president I was 5 years old. Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy this book. I'll round up from one and a half stars, because I did learn something of the legal system, but little about the Kennedy assassination. The basic premise of the book is that Lee Harvey Oswald can't be consid [...]

    7. I have to admit that no matter how many books I read covering the JFK case, I continue to be amazed with new publications that introduce fresh angles of research, or startling snippets of historical data that I haven't come across before. Indeed, it was a most tangled web that was woven back in '63, and after fifty years the deceit and mind-wash is maintained. If in doubt, just check out Lee Harvey Oswald on the free and independent website called .To be honest, this book(s), (there are three vo [...]

    8. Self serving and sounds like an amazon commercial. There are other ways to obtain the book, but who would want to. I was in jr. High when JFK was killed. I had met him several times and was heartbroken by his death. I have read just about every book written and I do not think the whole story has been told, but his guy isn't one I'd choose to believe. Don't waste your cash on 2 and 3. I can get them free and won't waste my time on them.

    9. I was unable to finish the book. I gave it a good try and made it half way through but I was so confused by all the legaleze stuff. I believe the book to be more for someone who would may e make an attempt to prove Oswald's innocence or guilt (if there would actually have been a trial) from a legal standpoint.My one star rating is based solely on that it was was over my head.

    10. I expected more from this book, so that may've played into my dissatisfaction. He did make some very good points, but they were belabored ad nauseum. And it reiterated the old CIA conspiracy theory. I was hoping for more actually looking at the evidence and discussing that. There was some, and they were valid, but he would go on and on about them.

    11. As an attorney I almost have of the book could be spared and get directly to the case substance, however, for those non lawyers is indeed necessary to master some legal concepts. Also as a foreigner, this book presents an out of the box opinion of recent events.

    12. I got this book as a giveaway. I made it to page 50. It's too dry for me. And too philosophical. I know it has to be like that in order to try to prove the author's case. I guess I was hoping for the "executive summary".

    13. I won a copy from First Reads Giveaway.It has a lot of facts and a lot of information and was pretty well done and readable by a non-lawyer. It did get pretty dry in some areas though.

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