Dead Wrong

Dead Wrong

Straight Facts on the Country's Most Controversial Cover-ups

Book - 2012
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Have you ever heard the story on the news of a politician being "found dead" or "committing suicide," and it seemed a little strange to you? Well, after you read this book, you'll realize that your instincts were correct. For years the government has put out hits on people that it finds "expendable" or who it felt were "talking too much." David Wayne is here to show you that not only were these people murdered, but that it was done by our own government! Find out how Marilyn Monroe was murdered, who really shot Martin Luther King Jr., and many other cover-ups throughout our country's history. The extensive research and fact-checking done show how our government has taken matters into its own hands and has acted however they saw fit. If you thought "big brother" was watching you, now realize that yes, you are being watched--and through the scope of a sniper rifle, at that.--From publisher description.
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Pub., c2012.
ISBN: 9781616086732
Characteristics: xix, 306 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Wayne, David 1963-


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Jun 14, 2018

Get your scuba diving gear out, kiddies - a snorkel isn`t gonna reach deep enough for this manure pit!
POINT OF REFERENCE: When you examine the only two groups who benefited from JFK`s assassination, the whole `vast-right wing-conspiracy` theory folds like a house of cards: The Democratic Party (who now, with a little jerry-rigging, had a `martyred president` to compete with the Republicans` Abe Lincoln) and the Kennedy Clan (old Nazi-lovin` Papa Joe had been trying to build himself a dynasty since the 1930s.) If not for Jackie Kennedy`s Camelot `bull starch` ( why, I don`t know - that jerk treated her like slime), we wouldn`t be saddled with this phony `Adulterous B@$t@&% Idolization` crap we`re been drowning in for the last forty-some odd years! Oh, for the record: JFK was as enthralled with the musical "CAMELOT" as A-dolf Hit-ler`s Fa-vor-ite Flo-wer Was The Looooo-wly A-del-wise! (Hitler hated plants-they gave him the sniffles!)

Oct 30, 2014

Much good, some not so good with this book, especially read pp. 102 - 116 for the best details - - based upon the FACTS - - on Lee Oswald. Also, Mr. Belzer has outstandingly correct details on the murder of Frank Olson by the CIA - - he left out only one really recondite detail, probably because he hadn't heard of it yet, that Mr. Olson had witnessed a non-volunteer, a low-ranking British enlisted man, in a painful and deadly experiment in the U.K., which caused him to submit his resignation [see Bob Coen's book, Dead Silence]. My exception: the culprits cited as the murderers of Bobby Kennedy, wrong direction, and doesn't explain the coverup by the LA police, the judge, et cetera. Definitely connected to the murders of President Kennedy and Rev. King. Had the authors researched the obits on Valerie Schulte's family, the connections to Lockheed/MK ULTRA would have been startleling! [The wrong mystery witness, Schulte, had an aunt and uncle who worked in the same classified area at Lockheed as Thane Eugen Cesar, and Valerie Schulte's father, who worked at Technicolor Corporation, worked on a classifed contract with Lockheed. The security chief at Lockheed was Richard Nixon's previous VP/Secret Service detail bodyguard, who left there for Lockheed when VP Nixon lost his presidential bid, then the same SS fellow would leave Lockheed to become Nixon's security on his presidential campaign after Bobby's murder.]

Oct 12, 2014

On the death of Marilyn, this book missed a very important part, like, Dr Hattem’s story of the conversation between Bobby Kennedy and Peter Lawford at around 4am the following morning:

“In the FBI files, the FBI is recording Kennedy saying to Peter Lawford ‘Is she dead yet?’”I am not sure why this book is trying to cover up the connection to the murder of Marilyn and it's direct connection to the Kennedy's through the mafia smokescreen. I have no problem with blaming the mafia for anything they have done. Perhaps this was a set up BY the FBI clear down to the sloppy death scene.

I certainly learned a great deal. This book was interesting in the various pieces of evidence, but so overly repetitive that it was odious it just wanted to fill up pages. Perhaps the repetition was to instill permanently the evidence. OVER AND OVER AND OVER again….YIPES!

From The Realist (Summer, 1991):
Bush SR. was directly involved with JFK assassination.
“Bush was working with the now-famous CIA agent, Felix Rodriguez, recruiting right-wing Cuban exiles for the invasion of Cuba. It was Bush's CIA job to organize the Cuban community in Miami for the invasion.... A newly discovered FBI document reveals that George Bush was directly involved in the 1963 murder of President John Kennedy. The document places marksmen by the CIA. Bush at that time lived in Texas. Hopping from Houston to Miami weekly, Bush spent 1960 and '61 recruiting Cubans in Miami for the invasion....

Uwe44 Mar 25, 2014

This book did have some interesting facts. But I found the constant repetitive comments to be a little annoying. But it was worth the read.

Apr 25, 2013

This book was a real disappointment.

katratkatrat1960 Mar 29, 2013

Not clear and concise like UFOs ,JFK and Elvis.Often repetitive and uncertain...Who really wrote this burden of a book?..So Belzer puts his John Henry on it for $$$$.CRAP!

Missmisha Nov 25, 2012

Very informative. Too bad it was not edited properly as it is repetitive.

Oct 08, 2012

I found this book to be interesting. I was not before aware of many of the details surrounding some of the events detailed in this book. I was however disappointed to find that two of the three authors are best know as actors. I also found the number of websites and you tube videos listed as references disconcerting. Many of the facts supporting their ideas are repeated three or four times and sometimes even underlined, which I found to be a bit repetitive.


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