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Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

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Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by Guest on Sat 29 Mar 2014, 2:40 pm

Hello Everyone,

            I have written a book about the assassinations of JFK,MLK, and RFK. Used a large majority of official documents I have made a few connections that hopefully even long term researchers will find interesting. It offers the bare bones and most relevant aspects of the contending evidence from as neutral a position as possible. While I do admit I support a feasible conspiracy, I attempt to offer the reasonable ideas of critics for consideration as well. I hope you will visit my website and check out the blog too if you like. I appreciate your consideration. 


Sincerely,

Carmine. 

Two Princes And A King

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by greg parker on Sat 29 Mar 2014, 4:50 pm

Carmine Savastano wrote:Hello Everyone,

            I have written a book about the assassinations of JFK,MLK, and RFK. Used a large majority of official documents I have made a few connections that hopefully even long term researchers will find interesting. It offers the bare bones and most relevant aspects of the contending evidence from as neutral a position as possible. While I do admit I support a feasible conspiracy, I attempt to offer the reasonable ideas of critics for consideration as well. I hope you will visit my website and check out the blog too if you like. I appreciate your consideration. 


Sincerely,

Carmine. 

Two Princes And A King
Congratulations Carmine. Maybe you could post some excerpts to get some discussion and interest going?

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by Guest on Mon 31 Mar 2014, 3:53 pm

Thanks for the idea Greg. Here is a link with excerpts. 

Excerpts of the New Book

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by greg parker on Tue 01 Apr 2014, 12:20 pm

"The Oswald Question"

       "After displaying public Communist tendencies, Lee Harvey Oswald later defected to Russia during the Cold War. Yet authorities do not process the defection request. Oswald remains a citizen of the United States. He somehow officially remained unknown to most American government agencies. The Federal Bureau of Investigation stated having little previous information about Lee Harvey Oswald. Yet the Bureau’s agents visited him multiple times.

Oswald, the aspiring Russian defector then returns to America with a new family. The confirmed traitor receives a loan from the American State Department to do so. He was not arrested and held various jobs and raised a family. Could the Central Intelligence Agency have been ignorant after they debriefed Oswald when he returned to America? It happened just after the Red Scare and when other similar acts previously resulted in serious consequences.

Now consider the later actions beyond Oswald's control. Oswald could not order security withdrawals from the presidential limousine. Why did the motorcade’s usual security formation change? Why did President Kennedy’s car slow to eleven miles per hour allowing the killing shots? The official account states Oswald's first shot widely missed the president’s car. He then somehow accounted for aim, obstructions in his line of fire, adjusting for recoil and a moving target. Could Oswald have then reloaded and fired two more precision shots in less than eight seconds? 

He then dashes for a drink four stories down. Oswald according to officials then went across town to murder a Dallas Police Officer. Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly did this in broad daylight before again vanishing. Having opportunities to escape, Oswald did not. It seemed he was a meticulous inscrutable killer and skilled at evasion.

Consider now that Oswald was disorganized enough to have passed out incriminating photographs of a traceable weapon. He passed out leaflets supporting and decrying Cuba publicly. Oswald wrote a letter to family and commented about destroying America. He also privately requests family to distribute this letter to local media.

He appeared within local Dallas newspapers following his initial defection. In New Orleans Lee Harvey Oswald faced arrest for disturbing the peace. His obvious public attempts to label himself a Communist remain overlooked. Oswald made radio and television appearances claiming to be a Marxist. Authorities ignore Oswald’s many unbelievable actions.

However if Oswald was a government asset, it made perfect sense to ignore him. A two faced gambit could generate confusion or anger from Oswald's provocative statements and actions. This Communist Oswald presents a thin veneer over the alleged dupe later revealed. Officially, during a November afternoon, Oswald creates a sniper’s nest and fires three shots.

Oswald’s subsequent capture occurred following his alleged murder of President Kennedy and a Dallas Police officer. Unlike someone with survival instincts Oswald did not flee. He decided instead to watch a movie and went to a theater nearby the crime scenes. Could Oswald arrange high crimes, yet be so foolish?

Alternatively, Lee Harvey Oswald conceivably had orders, resources, and unknown collaborators. President Kennedy’s assassination was possibly the work of multiple conspirators. Anything more than a lone gunman and his rifle defines a conspiracy. Other possibilities are far less probable but more widely known and discussed." - Chapter 1 - Two Princes And A King

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Carmine, do you explore any of the issues you raise further, or was your intent just to provide an overview?

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by Guest on Tue 01 Apr 2014, 1:33 pm

Hi Greg,

            Yes I go into great detail on most of the major issues in my view of the Assassination of JFK. My primary goal was to offer consideration of the most verified evidence. I have called it concise because I started at almost seven hundred pages, then culled the book down to just under three hundred to provide what is I believe most proven evidence offered from reasonable sources. After some research I also learned that most people unlike many in forums, do not possess the time, nor desire to investigate the case sufficiently. I of course do not attempt to answer every question, but I do feel confidant I was able to reasonably dismiss some longstanding speculations and affirm contended evidence from both sides. I just wanted to provide a general overview, I will add more in time I'm sure the excerpts. 

In the interest of providing more insights I would characterize my book as the foundations for those new to the subject and it will hopefully provide new insights and different perspectives for longstanding experts. One thing I believe is different from most books is instead of trying to guess who the shooters were I attempt to offer the names of possible Conspirators based on my analysis of the primary evidence. The links between the three assassinations are in my view important and have greater implications upon society. I briefly consider the overall price of these deaths and the effects on American law and society. However, perhaps the most important thing offered in my book is that it no book is a standalone work. In order to derive a reasonable and strong view we must consider any reasonable view, especially contending ones. My sources include Mark Lane, Vincent Bugliosi, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, Time, Doug Horne, Robert Groden, and many officials and the Commission itself. I cite not just the many problems of the official record but also the items of agreement as well. I hope people will find it a reasoned inspection of feasible conspiracy. If there is anything specific you wished to know about I would be happy to discuss it. I hope it is suitable for now.

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by greg parker on Tue 01 Apr 2014, 2:08 pm

Thanks Carmine,

your intentions and the type of work you describe it as being, certainly have a place. I particularly like that you are looking at the societal implications of the 3 assassinations.

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Post by Guest on Sun 06 Apr 2014, 12:37 pm

Unfortunately, I have experienced another production delay. In order to provide the best possible book and maintain a quality product unfortunately will require additional time. We hope those interested will appreciate unforeseen circumstances and problems do occur. I will keep those interested updated.

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by greg parker on Sun 06 Apr 2014, 9:30 pm

Carmine Savastano wrote:Unfortunately, I have experienced another production delay. In order to provide the best possible book and maintain a quality product unfortunately will require additional time. We hope those interested will appreciate unforeseen circumstances and problems do occur. I will keep those interested updated.
Thanks Carmine. Hopefully nothing too serious.

I have added your site to my links page.

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by Guest on Tue 08 Apr 2014, 1:10 pm

I will keep you updated. I just want the release to go as smoothly as possible and some technical problems were too large to overlook. I will attest to being reasonably skilled at writing and subsequent editing, but some technical issues are beyond me. I will keep you updated and will hopefully be ready by the end of Spring or Early Summer. Thanks for the link Greg.

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by Stan Dane on Thu 17 Apr 2014, 3:52 am

Carmine:

Looking forward to your book. When it's published, will be it be available in eBook (Kindle) format?

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Re: Two Princes and a King, by Carmine Savastano

Post by Guest on Wed 07 May 2014, 6:00 pm

Hi Stan,

         Yes, I will try to include all the major formats. Thanks for the interest.

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