The Deaths of the Cold War Kings

The Deaths of the Cold War Kings

  • Author: Edward Lee & Bradley O'Leary
  • Artist: Bill Walker
  • Page Count: 340
  • Pub. Date: 2000
  • ISBN: 1-58767-032-1
  • Status: Out of Print

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The Deaths of the Cold War Kings
by Bradley O'Leary and Edward Lee

About the Book:
President John Fitzgerald Kennedy vigorously supported the coup d'etat that resulted in the assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem, the duly elected President of South Vietnam. Twenty-one days later, Kennedy himself was assassinated.

48 hours after JFK's murder in Dallas, Texas, the FBI and the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service secretly deported a French assassin out of the country. This information was never revealed to the public, nor was it ever reported to the Warren Commission.

The deportation order came from the Office of the Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy.

This book will show you the actual CIA document which proves the above, plus many more never-before-seen documents, interviews, and evidence that may well change everything you ever thought about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

This book will reveal, first, the critical blunder which turned the Vietnam conflict from a small-scale advisory effort into a catastrophe that cost the lives of 58,000 Americans. Secondly, this book will detail information that has been swept aside for the last thirty-seven years and present astonishing new evidence that implicates the French global heroin syndicate, the U.S. Mob, and the executive branch of the South Vietnamese government in the tragedy of November 22, 1963.

Lastly, this book will show you the history of the sniper on Dealey Plaza ñ not Lee Harvey Oswald but a French World-War-Two-hero turned-heroin-smuggler named Michel Victor Mertz.

"O'Leary and Lee are well-versed in the history of the period and in the various theories that have been offered to explain JFK's death... Conspiracy theorists and JFK assassination buffs might find themselves compelled by the case made here."
Publishers Weekly

Edward LeeEdward Lee's distant creative endeavors include more hardcore horror novels, a political thriller, a military tech thriller, a "true-life" thriller, a pop-literati abstraction for which he just won a modest grant, several horror scripts and God knows what else. His favorite horror novel is Our Lady of Darkness by Fritz Leiber; favorite short story, "Loveman's Comeback" by Ramsey Campbell; most influential author, H.P. Lovecraft.

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