New Book Answers Long-Festering Questions About the JFL Assassination

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TrineDay publisher, Kris Millegan, has nothing but praise for James T. Tagues new book: “Finally, an actual eyewitness has documented the who, what, why and how behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy."

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Finally, an actual eyewitness has documented the who, what, why and how behind the assassination of JFK. James Tague was the third person injured in Dealey Plaza that day, and his testimony caused the Warren Commission to rewrite their report.

A new book, "LBJ and the Kennedy Killing" is being released by TrineDay on October 22.
TrineDay publisher, Kris Millegan, has nothing but praise for James T. Tagues new book: “Finally, an actual eyewitness has documented the who, what, why and how behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. James Tague was the third person injured in Dealey Plaza that day, and his testimony caused the Warren Commission members to rewrite their report. Over the years Tague has become one of the top researchers on the Kennedy assassination. Now he has written a book, 'LBJ and the Kennedy Killing,' a story of murder and political corruption that takes the reader step by step through the sordid maze of treason. He gives the names of the men behind the assassination, the cover-up and the real assassins, documenting every step of the planning. This reader-friendly book is divided into over 100 short chapters, with each chapter telling its own story. As an eyewitness, with access to secret FBI documents, owning the full 26 volumes of the Warren Report for reference, and a reputation for honesty, the author has lived in the Dallas area for the last 50 years. Insiders come to him with information. In LBJ and the Kennedy Killing, James Tague answers most of the unanswered questions that have been festering for so many years. This heavily documented book could be the most important reference work yet written on the assassination of John Kennedy.”

TrineDay is the country's leading publisher of suppressed works. TrineDay, PO Box 577, Walterville, Oregon. 1.800.556.2012.

James T. Tague is available for limited interviews. Please contact Kris Millegan at publisher(at)trineday(dot)net
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