Javier García Sánchez

Javier García Sánchez

Teoría de la conspiración

Teoría de la conspiración / Conspiracy Theory

Non-fiction , 2017


Pages: 635

This is not an ordinary essay about "The JFK Case," as one of its objectives is to denounce the falsehood of a certain number of conventional essays on that subject, some of them very reputable, if not untouchable. Because in Dallas, between 22 and 24 November 1963, starting right after the public executions of John Kennedy and his presumed assassin, Lee Oswald, a complex coup d’état from within took place that would affect not only the United States, but the entire world, upsetting the geopolitical map. Afterwards, over a fifteen-year period, at least fifty witnesses were liquidated to hide a truth that is still denied at the official level today. This plot, coordinated by the Central Intelligence Agency, will leave behind one of the great mysteries of the past century, although we can now learn much more about it.

An extraordinary book about the most intriguing assassination of our time.

“…devastating pages that tear apart the official version of the assassination of U.S. president John F. Kennedy with as much passion as rigour in organising and laying out everything that’s been written, investigated and declassified (in dribs and drabs).” Matías Néspolo, El Mundo

“Javier García Sánchez dares to venture into tricky ground, full of different kinds of half-truths and manipulations.” Víctor Fernández. El Mundo