A New Book by Assassination Eyewitness and Kennedy Assassination Researcher Corrects the Record

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James T. Tague, the man who was slightly wounded during the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and whose Warren Commission testimony rewrote history, has relegated Lee Harvey Oswald to the background and documented the role of Lyndon Johnson and his cronies in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

James T. Tague, the man who was slightly wounded during the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and whose Warren Commission testimony rewrote history, has relegated Lee Harvey Oswald to the background and documented the role of Lyndon Johnson and his cronies in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

James Tague is the only Kennedy assassination eyewitness who is also recognized as one of America’s top researchers on the assassination. His new book, LBJ AND THE KENNEDY KILLING, published by TrineDay, is his eyewitness account of the assassination of JFK and 50 years of living in and around Dallas, collecting and documenting the facts. It is a simple story of greed, corruption and collusion that went deep into our own government. James Tague’s new book will answer the questions you have been asking for years, and confirm your suspicions about what really happened.

This exciting book will be on your favorite bookseller’s shelf within the next few months.

Tague was a friend of Harold Weisberg, the man who sued the government under the Freedom of Information Act, to get the F.B.I. assassination documents released. Weisberg supplied Tague with many supporting F.B.I. documents for his book.

Tague provides documentary proof of evidence tampering in the investigation of the assassination of JFK.

LBJ AND THE KENNEDY KILLING reads like a textbook on the assassination, and Tague reveals why there has been a long-standing controversy over the Warren Report and why we will never know the full truth about the JFK assassination.

LBJ AND THE KENNEDY KILLING is being brought out by TrineDay, the nation’s leading publisher of suppressed history.

For interview or book requests:
Contact:
the brylski company

Address:
3418 coliseum street
new orleans, louisiana 70115

Phone:
Jonathan Barnes (504) 715-4437
Cheron Brylski (504) 897-6110

Email:
Jonathan Barnes bcobarnes at aol.com
Cheron Brylski cbrylski(at)aol(dot)com

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