Did Lee Harvey Oswald Really Act Alone in The JFK Assassination?

Author breaks decades of silence and reveals the shocking truth about the conspiracy behind the assassination of America’s 35th president.

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Orange County, CA (Vocus) October 6, 2010

Decades have passed since November 22, 1963, yet Americans will never forget what happened that fateful day when the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was brutally shot and murdered. In his explosive new book, author Robert Clayton Buick exposes a conspiracy by high-ranking officials of the US government and their role in the assassination.

Despite the official determination that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of John F. Kennedy, majority of the American people and the world remain skeptical. In Taking out the Garbage, Buick reveals the truth about what really transpired that fateful day in Dallas, Texas. He pieces together the series of events and circumstances that led to the tragic killing relying on his personal involvement and knowledge, official forensic evidence, the basic law of physics, several (unbiased) eyewitnesses, and common sense. The conclusion he draws and the truth he uncovers will shock readers.

The author has reason to believe that Oswald did not assassinate the president of the United States nor did he murder Officer J. D. Tippit of the Dallas Police. As readers browse through the compelling pages of Taking out the Garbage, they will discover the true details behind the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president of the United States, by high-ranking officials of the United States government and the Organized Crime Syndicate that the Kennedy family broke its agreement with. For more information on this book, log on to Xlibris.com.

About the Author
Robert Clayton Buick has been a steelworker, a bell captain at a classy resort hotel, a merchant mariner as a culinary steward aboard classic passenger liners, sailing the world, a soldier of fortune, and the most successful American bullfighter of his time, appearing throughout Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Central and South America. He was called by the writers, aficionados, and bullfight critics El Ciclón del Norte (the Cyclone from the North). Buick was almost fearless and most spectacular in the bullring while adorning his style with spinning and floral passes in close proximity to the bull’s horns, thrilling the thousands of people who came to see him perform. And then came the night that changed his life forever when he was approached on a dark street in Mexico City and recruited by U.S. government agents to indulge in a spy venture at a small hotel, when and where he uncovered a plot to assassinate the thirty-fifth president of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Buick reported the conspiracy to his government contacts, unbeknownst to him at that time that they were to be later involved in the conspiracy to kill John F. Kennedy. Consequently, Buick became the most wanted and hunted man in the world when the United States government placed him on the FBI’s Most Wanted List. Since he has survived all those feats, transgressions, threats, and attempts on his life to later become involved in the breeding of thoroughbred horses, real estate, a writer, and a published author.

Taking out the Garbage * by Robert Clayton Buick
Publication Date: September 29, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 126 pages; 978-1-4500-0677-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 126 pages; 978-1-4500-0678-1
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4500-0230-1

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