Powerful Book Reveals All Those Involved in the US President John F. Kennedy’s Assassination

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Robert Clayton Buick exposes with indisputable facts, official records, unbiased witnesses testimonies, forensic evidences, the natural law of physics and his own personal knowledge those personalities behind the killing of JFK

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For the past five decades, there has been overwhelming doubt that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in the assassination of US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and that high-ranking United States government officials were involved in a conspiracy to murder him.

In his powerful book titled Assassination, author Robert Clayton Buick will reveal all of whom that were directly and indirectly involved in the killing of the thirty-fifth president of the United States and their motivation for doing so in explicit detail, clearly fortified with indisputable facts, official records, unbiased witness testimony, forensic evidence, the natural law of physics, and most of all, his own personal knowledge and involvement in the Kennedy assassinations.

According to Buick, he waited all these years to reveal what he has known during that time because of the fact that people and high-ranking government officials who are responsible for the murder of President Kennedy were in charge and involved in the cover-up of a politically motivated conspiracy, which controlled the evidence to be buried in the national archives for many years until now. Furthermore, the technology to dissect the obvious and revealing evidence of that conspiracy was not readily available throughout those past years as it is today.

Buick’s first book on this subject is entitled Tiger in the Rain and at the time that it was written, there was lots of confusion, speculation and uncertainty on his part. It is all about his own personal story as he lived on the edge of history. He became the most successful North American torero of his time but at the same time, becomes the most wanted and hunted man in the world. He was recruited by the US Government for a surveillance project at a small hotel in Mexico City to observe clandestine activity there where he uncovered a plot to kill President Kennedy two months before the President was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963, an event that changed Bobby Buick’s life forever.

Assasination is an intriguing yet engaging book that will certainly stir the interest of the readers. It perfectly interweaves Buick’s part in the story on JFK’s assassination throughout international and historical intrigue. Buick’s speculation, confusion and uncertainty is all gone and through this book, he has finally come out of the rain and into the sun.
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About the Author
Robert Clayton Buick is described as a Soldier of Fortune and the most successful American bullfighter of his time, in Mexico, Central and South America. The writers, aficionados and bullfight critics called him “El Ciclon del Norte”, translated: “The Cyclone from the North”. Buick was fearless in the bullring, while adorning his style with spinning and floral passes, always in close proximity to the bull’s horns, thrilling the thousands of people who came to see him perform in his spectacular style.
Assassination * by Robert Clayton Buick
Publication Date: July 31,2012
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