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Wed 17 Nov 2021, 4:50 pm
After years of waiting I just got my copy of H.P. Albarelli's new book Coup in Dallas in the mail a few hours ago. Albarelli passed away over two years ago and the book was beset with delay after delay. I've only had time to thumb through it but it looks to be controversial if nothing else, and on first glance it doesn't appear to be your typical usual rehashed, warmed-over JFK assassination doorstop. The subtitle is "The Decisive Investigation into Who Killed JFK," though, so the bar is set pretty high.

I really enjoyed Albarelli's two previous nonfiction books, although the JFK essay compilation seemed wildly uneven, including some speculation in at least one chapter ("The Bizarre Diary of Eric Ritzek") that I found to be downright silly.

I know Ralph Ganis' The Skorzeny Papers was at one time part of a collaboration that included Coup in Dallas. Ganis' book was very poorly written and full of leaps of logic but nonetheless did have some interesting info about Victor Oswald and Thomas Eli Davis as well as Skorzeny's possible associates in Dallas. While almost all the book rested on very thin threads of speculation, as a bookseller by trade I have access to auction records and could verify the auction at which Ganis purchased Otto Skorzeny's papers... and that was about it.

Anyway, I'm interested to hear what people think about the book.
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Thu 18 Nov 2021, 2:08 pm
@rogerhucek wrote:After years of waiting I just got my copy of H.P. Albarelli's new book Coup in Dallas in the mail a few hours ago. Albarelli passed away over two years ago and the book was beset with delay after delay. I've only had time to thumb through it but it looks to be controversial if nothing else, and on first glance it doesn't appear to be your typical usual rehashed, warmed-over JFK assassination doorstop. The subtitle is "The Decisive Investigation into Who Killed JFK," though, so the bar is set pretty high.

I really enjoyed Albarelli's two previous nonfiction books, although the JFK essay compilation seemed wildly uneven, including some speculation in at least one chapter ("The Bizarre Diary of Eric Ritzek") that I found to be downright silly.

I know Ralph Ganis' The Skorzeny Papers was at one time part of a collaboration that included Coup in Dallas. Ganis' book was very poorly written and full of leaps of logic but nonetheless did have some interesting info about Victor Oswald and Thomas Eli Davis as well as Skorzeny's possible associates in Dallas. While almost all the book rested on very thin threads of speculation, as a bookseller by trade I have access to auction records and could verify the auction at which Ganis purchased Otto Skorzeny's papers... and that was about it.

Anyway, I'm interested to hear what people think about the book.
As far as I know, the book was completed after death by two of his online fans.

Who btw, picked my brain via FB messenger during that process. Which was at least more honest than Alberelli's MO of taking my stuff off the web and giving nebulous and generic cites for it that supposedly showed he got the info from msterious "insider" sources - or some such nonsense. 

That said, I have no idea what this book is like, so when you finish, maybe you can give some thoughts, or a brief overview?

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Tue 23 Nov 2021, 2:37 pm
OK, I can give a shot at some point, Greg, but there's a hell of a lot to go over.  Sprawling, to put it mildly. It picks up threads from a number of the biggest names on the subject like Peter Dale Scott, Dick Russell, Stephen Rivele, Noel Twyman, David Talbot, etc as well as Jeffrey Caufield and Ralph Ganis and mixes them up with a diary of J.P. Lafitte that is integral to the book's thesis; if genuine, it's intriguing, but if not there's not a lot that's new.

There's not a lot of Dealey Plaza there, either. A lot of people aren't going to like it for that reason.

I'm interested to hear what people think. I honestly don't know what to make of it yet.
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Wed 24 Nov 2021, 8:51 pm
A review by Kelly.

https://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/2021/11/hank-albarelli-jrs-coup-in-dallas.html?m=0

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