If you ever wondered why there are so many conspiracy theories, here’s the answer: the “official” o...
If you ever wondered why there are so many conspiracy theories, here’s the answer: the “official” or “authoritative” versions explaining suspicious events so strain credulity that tales of all sorts arise to fill the void. This sequel to Getting Away with Murder—and Costra’s Crimes—in U.S. Public Life, based on meticulous research, comes up with answers so clear and convincing that their imagery leaves an indelible impact, creating picture-perfect, jig-saw puzzle solutions in which all the pieces fit and none are left over. The opening chapter, shockingly entitled “Presidential Rapes and Sexual Harrassment”, deals with the spouse of a current presidential hopeful. Another chapter covers a series of murders within a famous family—the president, his brother and next-in-line, and his only son—yet another blood-relative-in-grooming for chief executive. The author explains how and why these crimes have actually been covered up by—believe it or not—the victimized family itself! We also learn the real reason for the Bay of Pigs fiasco that brought on the near- holocaust of the Missile Crisis, plus 57 years (and counting) of tyranny and trouble in Cuba, Central and South America. Also explained is the mysterious “drowning” of a young girl in an auto “accident” involving an iconic senator, the “suicide” of a major White House figure in the 1990s, and how “Hooper” abused his “Personal Bureau of Investigation” to wield power over presidents and congress. Other highlights are the truth about how “O. J. Stimson” was acquitted of double murder, plus the historical record of rigged presidential elections in America—up to and including 2012, when the current chief executive was “re-elected”. Among other startling revelations are the spine-chilling, slow assassination of Venezuela’s president while isolated in Cuba, and how John Wilkes Booth got away with killing Lincoln to live on into his 90s in the Midwest. In short, fascinating slices of history that we have all wondered about, not suspecting that they have been subject to sly censorship, bribes and threats to keep the America n people in the dark. Here at last is the unvarnished truth that others have been afraid to publish.