Here’s what some big names have said about Michael Collins Piper’s underground best-seller,
Final Judgment—The Missing Link in the JFK Assassination Conspiracy
As one who has read over 200 books on the JFK assas-sination, and engaged in research both as an individual andas part of various teams, I can say without fear of contra-diction that Piper
s book is now the definitive work on the JFK assassination.
is the most thorough,most honest, most penetrating, most factual, and most ana-lytically complete and systematic of all that I have read sofar. Michael Collins Piper has struck gold. JFK assassina-tion research has a new standard bearer. It will never be thesame again.
is a masterpiece.
.D.(Dr. Calhoun retired as deputy division chief of thePolicy, Plans and Analysis Office of the State Department
sBureau of Political-Military Affairs and formerly served asa senior foreign affairs specialist for the U.S. Arms Controland Disarmament Agency.)
I think you
ve pinned the tail on the donkey. In my estimation
, Final Judgment
ranks asthe most important book of the 20th century.
(The former executive director of the Allegheny Foundation and author of such booksas
Trade Wars Against America, The Ordeal of Otto Otepka
Why Reagan Won
, Gill was a jour-nalist with UPI and the
and also wrote for
TheSaturday Evening Post, Reader
s what Colonel Donn de Grand Pr
has written in his own book,
Barbarians Inside the Gates
, which Grand Pr
. . .
Several high-level military officers believed that the killing of JFK was in fact a coup d
e-tat carried out by elements of the CIA working with the Israeli Mossad. Kennedy wasattempting to halt the development of nuclear weapons by the Israelis, while simultaneous-ly planning to disband the CIA and disengage our military troops from the Indo-China area.(Read
by Michael Collins Piper for more details.)
(In 1967 Grand Pr
was named Director for Ground Weapons Systems in the Pentagon
sOffice of International Logistics Negotiations, responsible for negotiating sales contracts with heads of foreign nations for military weapons systems. On Sept. 30, 1979,
The Washington Post Magazine
wrote of Grand Pr
If you had been a Middle Eastern ruler inthe 1970s in search of American weapons systems, you would have called Donn de GrandPr
, Pentagon arms peddler.
the one book that, if read by enough people,will turn American politics upside down . . .