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kindle Ö Mafia Kingfish Ô Paperback ☆ john h. davis ☆ Was the assassination of John F Kennedy actually masterminded by a desperate mob boss? The House Select Committee on Assassinations seemed to agree; it named New Orleans Mafioso Carlos Marcello its prime suspect in 1979 Now in Mafia Kingfish John H DavGfish John H Davis reveals stunning new evidence of Marcello's complicity in the murders of both John and Robert Kenne enjoyable read

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Was the assassination of John F Kennedy actually masterminded by a desperate mob boss? The House Select Committee on A I have read this book twice in 20 years Another related book Operation Overflight by Gary Powers mentions that the Russians had to know the airspeed and altitude of the U2 to shoot it down When a young Private who observed U2 flights over China from Atsugi Japan defected to Russia they were able to shoot the U2 down 6 months later That Private was Lee Harvey Oswald The fact that J Edgar Hoover knew this and did nothing when Oswald re entered the US indicates that Hoover was possibly complicit in the assassinationThis is a fascinating book Amazing that the Warren Commission was so inept

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Mafia KingfishSsassinations seemed to agree; it named New Orleans Mafioso Carlos Marcello its prime suspect in 1979 Now in Mafia Kin Mafia Kingfish by John H Davis was an interesting read that covers the rise and fall of Louisiana's greatest mob boss Carlos Marcello especially his ties to the assassination of John F Kennedy I was really interested in Marcello's early life and his dealings with the mafia though I will admit once it moved towards the main point the assassination it began to get uite tedious The author made sure to fit in all the important and even lesser valued connections between the Kennedys and Marcello to the point it became tiresome Even still the over all points and suggestions were eye opening Overall I appreciated this book for its historical merit though I would not recommend it for the casual reader