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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past fifty years you’re aware of the many hypotheses that the assassination of President John F Kennedy was not done by one man Whether you’ve read one or a dozen of the books on this topic there’s no way to fully grasp the depth of this conspiracy For the first time ever New York Times bestselling authors They Killed PDFEPUB or Jesse Ventura and Dick Russell. I m really into conspiracy theories and I ve read uite a few JFK assassination books so kind of consider myself an expert of sorts on this topic I wanted to like this one but I honestly just couldn t I got bored towards the end and his so called sources were sketchy to me When I was reading it for some of the stuff I was like how did he get this there is no way His style of writing is very informal as well But there is a bit of interesting stuff in there I learned of some conspiracies that I haven t come across before so that s something I guess D

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They Killed Our President

Have teamed up with some of the most respected and influential assassination researchers to put together the ultimate compendium that covers every angle from the plot to the murder of JFK They Killed Our President will not only discuss the most famous of theories but will also bring to light new and recently discovered information which together shows that the United States government not only was behind this egreg. Personal Response I did not enjoy reading They Killed Our President by Jesse Ventura I did not enjoy reading this book because the author s writing style was very informal making it hard to view his claims as credible Most of the facts presented in the book were from other authors on the subject many without history degrees He also made some political statements about censorship that really did not belong in this type of bookPlot SummaryThe plot of this book was just as the title said 63 points as to why the author believed there was a conspiracy to assassinate John F Kennedy The book contained 63 chapters with each chapter being another set of facts supporting the conspiracy Some of the chapters included facts that had been referred to multiple times throughout the book This made the plot seem like a high school research essay rather than a nonfiction novel As it progressed the theories became increasingly far fetched For example one of the points made was that Lee Harvey Oswald the man who orchestrated the assassination was not shooting directly at Kennedy but rather at those trying to kill the presidentThere were also diagrams included in some chapters to give the reader a better understanding of what was trying to be presented CharacterizationSince it was nonfiction there were many references to characters There were some references to people that have done research and written books on the assassination The one person mentioned the most was John F Kennedy He was assassinated in Dallas Texas in 1963 Lee Harvey Oswald was mentioned uite a lot due to the fact that he was the perpetrator The book tried to prove that Oswald did not work alone in the event The author referenced that Oswald s character was not likely to commit a crime as heinous as killing the President of the United States of America It was written in first person from the perspective of the authorEffect of Setting on PlotThis book took place in modern day fifty years after John F Kennedy was assassinated This affected the plot because the author had to explain how some of the evidence had been lost or destroyed since 1963 This also was important because data collected through modern technology was presented There was not an exact place the storyline described but there were many references Downtown Dallas Texas where Kennedy was killedThematic ConnectionThe main themes were manipulation and illusion of power Manipulation was a theme because the author tried to convince the reader that the government was manipulating people to think that one man killed Kennedy Illusion of power was a theme because there were facts presented that the government is too powerful and can twist facts aroundRecommendationI would not recommend this book to anyone I would not recommend it because the facts that were presented were at times circumstantial and the sources that the author claimed as credible really were not If someone wanted to suffer through this book I would think a seventh grader and older could read it as the word choice was uite simple and the sentences were not very long in length

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Ious plot but took every step to make sure that the truth would not come outWith marking the fiftieth anniversary of JFK’s assassination this is the perfect time for They Killed Our President to be available to readers The research and information in this book are unprecedented and there’s nobody better to bring this to everyone’s attention than the former governor of Minnesota and US Navy SEAL Jesse Ventura.. I picked this book up on a whim at the library and have not put it down since If you re one of the people who has always doubted the official government version of JFK death than this is the book for you Jesse Ventura does a thorough investigation into the death and subseuent cover up of JFK death Highly recommend


10 thoughts on “They Killed Our President

  1. says:

    A generous 2 starsThere are some very good books about the JFK assassination This is not one of them While he occasionally makes a good point or raises a good uestion most of it is just bluster and bullshit; anyone without the relevant background information may not know which is which In short if you have a pretty good understanding of the issues surrounding the JFK assassination you might find some value in this one;

  2. says:

    I really wanted to like this book I admire everyone who tackles this issue There are few rewards and lots of ob

  3. says:

    I'm really into conspiracy theories and I've read uite a few JFK assassination books so kind of consider myself an expert of sorts on this topic I wanted to like this one but I honestly just couldn't I got bored towards the end and his so called sources were sketchy to me When I was reading it for some of the stuff I was like how did he get this there is no way His style of writing is very informal as well But there is a bit of interesting

  4. says:

    Personal Response I did not enjoy reading They Killed Our President by Jesse Ventura I did not enjoy reading this book because the author’s writing style was very informal making it hard to view his claims as credible Most of the f

  5. says:

    Jesse Ventura seems to never have heard a JFK conspiracy theory that he didn't believe Many of the reasons were debunked long ago motorcade route being changed at the last minute the magic bullet Oswald could not have gotten all three shots off

  6. says:

    There are so many JFK assassination books written every year that for newcomers or those simply wanting to catch up on the latest evidence it's hard to figure out where to start Fortunately this book functions as a pretty good overview of exactly where the current research stands It's right on time too this year

  7. says:

    While there are many fascinating theories surrounding the unfortunate assassination of President Kennedy this book manages to make them all sound far fetched Jessie Ventura's theories on who killed the president range from the CIA Lyndon Johnson FBI Castro Hoover and he even manages to try to convince people that Jack Ruby was a shooter on the grassy knoll I sincerely hope no one has chosen to start their journey into t

  8. says:

    I honestly just couldn't finish this book I'm fascinated with the JFK assassination and would have really loved to read what was in this book but Ventura's writing style is atrocious It is such a turn off when people write in a completely informal style of writing when trying to convey an argument His sources were also sketchy which made me discredit the little information I did read

  9. says:

    I picked this book up on a whim at the library and have not put it down since If you're one of the people who has always doubted the official government version of JFK death; than this is the book for you Jesse Ventura does a thorough investig

  10. says:

    Sure glad this was a library book Ugh Did not finish this Why did I waste about 3 hours for this?