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used in Killing Kennedy

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a secret agreement or plot — especially to do something illegal or harmful
  • Sam Giancana, the Chicago mobster, was also thought by conspiracy theorists to be tied to the Kennedy assassination.
    p. 300.9
  • We are not conspiracy guys, although we do raise some questions about what is unknown and inconsistent.
    p. 2.9
  • Any involvement by Bobby Kennedy in Marilyn Monroe's death, whether it was suicide or murder, makes it a conspiracy theory without substance to this day.
    p. 148.2
  • Little do the horrified onlookers know, but historians and conspiracy theorists, as well as average citizens born years after this day, will long argue whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone or perhaps had the help of others.
    p. 269.3
  • The assassination of Abraham Lincoln in April 1865 was a spiderweb of conspiracy.
    p. 275.5
  • Immediate steps are taken to ensure that a possible conspiracy is not completed.
    p. 275.7
  • It is against federal law to initiate a conspiracy to kill the president, which is why J. Edgar Hoover is now insisting that JFK's murder was the act of many instead of just one.
    p. 284.6
  • Instead, they believe that the point all along was to kill Cermak, as part of a Mafia conspiracy.
    p. 288.3
  • Lee Harvey Oswald's public statement that he is a patsy fuels the flames that John Kennedy's death is part of a greater conspiracy.
    p. 288.4
  • Some came to this belief thanks to Oswald's comments and J. Edgar Hoover's insistence that there was a conspiracy.
    p. 288.5

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