A classic of JFK assassination literature, Sylvia Meagher's work is a relentless indictment of the Warren Commission and its work. Originally published in 1967, Meagher's masterful dissection of the Warren Report, based on the Warren Commission's own evidence, has stood the test of time. In some cases, declassifications of government records have corroborated the author's suspicions and analyses, such as her amazing assertion that Oswald had never actually been charged with Kennedy's murder, despite sworn testimony to the contrary. Meagher's audiobook raises serious questions not only about Oswald's guilt in the JFK assassination and related crimes, such as the Tippit murder and the Walker shooting, but also about the methods and honesty of the Warren Commission, the FBI, and various Dallas police and other officials. When the Church Committee first began to re-examine the Warren Commission and its relationship with intelligence agencies in 1975, investigators were shocked by what they discovered. In Accessories After the Fact, Sylvia Meagher delivers a blistering blow to the credibility of the Warren Report, and decades after its original publication researchers and listeners are still discovering what made her work so important.
Still damning decades after its original publication in 1967, Sylvia Meagher's Accessories After the Fact remains one of the most credible criticisms of the Warren Commission and its conclusions. Shockingly, some of Meagher's most daring assertions - such as the idea that Oswald was never charged with murder - have since been revealed to be true. Narrated with a somber authority by stage and screen actor Noah Michael Levine, this audiobook is a chilling listen that will fill listeners with doubt about the honesty and trustworthiness of the Warren Commission and the FBI.
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Gripping and forensic.
Even if you don't have a fascination with the assassination of JFK, this will grip you. The detail is amazing and the extent to which it offers a complete dissection of the Warren Commission's report is incredible. I could only listen to the book during my 45 minute commute. I didn't want to press the stop button.
- Mark Edwards
Classic critique of the Warren Commission report
- Mark Lynch