Being fascinated by the JFK assassination for a long time, I decided to take a chance on this book, even though there were not any reviews when I made the purchase. i have been disappointed in the past when making such a purchase, but Phillipe Cassard's book on John Kennedy's assassination is very good.
The book extensively leans on all the top JFK researchers from past and present (Mark Lane, Robert Groden, Josiah Thompson, James DiEugenio, James Douglass, etc.), and is a solid dive into nearly every aspect of the case. After reading Cassard's evidence, it is hard to believe that books are still published that push the ridiculous "lone nut" theory.
The only real downside to the book is that since it was independently published, typos, misspellings and missing words are somewhat frequent. For example, author Richard Belzer is referred to as "Richard Bletzer" at several places. Lee Harvey Oswald co-worker Buell Frazier is referred to as "Bull Frazier" at several places, etc. But as long as a reader can overlook those issues, the book is a thorough overview of the JFK assassination.
In this book, Philippe J. Cassard, as a European observer of the United States where he lives periodically, takes a close look at the distortion of truth concerning the assassination of President Kennedy; a law of silence kept alive, well beyond the fiftieth anniversary of his death. The author gives us a concrete narrative which informs the reader less on the rumors which have fueled the many conspiracy theories but more on the impressive number of facts supporting the irrefutable evidence of a coup d’état. Inspired by his trips to the scene of the assassination and by his participation in several conferences on the subject, Philippe J. Cassard brings answers to this historical drama and gives possible reasons as to why the dissimulation of the facts endures.