As a member of the CIA physical security team, Cross had protected President Kennedy two years earlier and was particularly shaken by his assassination. He closely followed the resulting arrests and investigations, but despite exhaustive government and law enforcement research, he felt there was more to the story – that the events and players that intersected that day were on a trajectory with roots interconnected in murky but interconnected scenarios. The Warren Commission concluded that the assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was not part of any conspiracy, domestic or foreign, to assassinate the President. But did Oswald truly act alone?
The Overlooked Letters is a carefully researched examination of Oswald and his connections to the former Soviet Union and the KGB. It’s a book that will have you reexamining the facts and conclusions surrounding this American tragedy as the author presents his theory about what really happened that fateful day.
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