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Author QuotedPenn Jones
Title QuotedForgive My Grieve: A Critical Review of the Warren Commission Report on the Assasination of President John F. Kennedy
Date (Year/Month/Day)1966/10/13
Imprint[S.l.] : [s.n.]. 1966
QuotationPenn Jones has been working on the Warren Commission report and his book [Forgive My Grief: A Critical Review of the Warren Commission Report on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, 1966], though hard to read - a mass of material without much form - clearly shows the commission neglected to investigate some very important things. Apparently this is now more generally advocated. It appears very probable that Oswald was not the only assassin - that he did not know the others - and that some very powerful people may have been behind it all. I read all this in one sitting Sunday morning, with rain falling on the hermitage - a drab day.
Quotation SourceLearning to love: exploring solitude and freedom. The Journals of Thomas Merton, Volume 6, 1966-1967.; Edited by Christine M. Bochen. / [San Francisco] : HarperCollins. 1997, p. 148
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