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This Sunday..Left Coast Writers are back with stories of a political nature….
Find out the truth about who killed John F. Kennedy and why when Left Coast Writer and attorney Mark Shaw appears to talk about his controversial book: The Poison Patriarch: How the Betrayals of Joseph P. Kennedy Caused the Assassination of JFK. Vanity Fair called the book “Daring.” Kirkus Reviews said “TPP is a clearly written polemic . . . on the corruption of power built around an intriguing theory.”

Shaw, the author of 20+ books and counting, and a former legal analyst for ABC, ESPN, and CNN, focuses for the first time on why Robert Kennedy was not killed in 1963. Doing so shines the spotlight on the Jack Ruby Trial (he killed Lee Harvey Oswald) and how that trial and the representation of Ruby by legendary attorney Melvin Belli is the key to solving the greatest cold case in history. Shaw will also discuss how the corruption and power of 50 years ago relates to today’s political world. More about Shaw may be discovered at www.markshawbook.com .

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Sunday – Lilycat on Stuff – 1 A studio -12 -2PM

By Melinda Adams

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  1. Question for Mark in case I do not catch him live. I like his argument surrounding Jack Ruby and his connection with the mob. But the implications are that Oswald was used by the mob to kill Kennedy (thus Ruby was hired to kill Oswald to keep him quiet). But this poses problems in understanding how Oswald was used by the mob. It was convenient that Oswald worked in the School Book Depository but it was not publicly known that Kennedy’s motorcade would pass in front of the building until a short time (day or two?) before the event. If the mob was seriously planning on killing Kennedy in during his visit to Dallas, it seems like they put together the plan on the spur of the moment. Also, if Oswald had been hired by the mob, would he not have insisted on an exit plan? And that would have required disposing of the rifle, which he left on the sixth floor with his fingerprints all over it. Speaking of which, why would he not have wiped the fingerprints off of the rifle? He was not an idiot. These questions add up to making it hard to believe there was a coherent plan by the mob to use Oswald to kill Kennedy. All of which then makes Ruby’s actions and Belli’s defense of Ruby all the more strange and incomprehensible. My question is: What has Mark to say about some of these issues surrounding Oswald?

  2. Question for Mark in case I do not catch him live. I like his argument surrounding Jack Ruby and his connection with the mob. But the implications are that Oswald was used by the mob to kill Kennedy (thus Ruby was hired to kill Oswald to keep him quiet). But this poses problems in understanding how Oswald was used by the mob. It was convenient that Oswald worked in the School Book Depository but it was not publicly known that Kennedy’s motorcade would pass in front of the building until a short time (day or two?) before the event. If the mob was seriously planning on killing Kennedy in during his visit to Dallas, it seems like they put together the plan on the spur of the moment. Also, if Oswald had been hired by the mob, would he not have insisted on an exit plan? And that would have required disposing of the rifle, which he left on the sixth floor with his fingerprints all over it. Speaking of which, why would he not have wiped the fingerprints off of the rifle? He was not an idiot. These questions add up to making it hard to believe there was a coherent plan by the mob to use Oswald to kill Kennedy. All of which then makes Ruby’s actions and Belli’s defense of Ruby all the more strange and incomprehensible. My question is: What has Mark to say about some of these issues surrounding Oswald?

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