Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission's Inquiry into the Murder of President

Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission's Inquiry into the Murder of President

Mark Lane Brian Lane / Nov 18, 2019

Rush to Judgment A Critique of the Warren Commission s Inquiry into the Murder of President The first book to challenge the Warren Commission findings presents case after case of ignored or twisted evidence to offer a scathing indictment of the Commission s handling of the assassination of P

  • Title: Rush to Judgment: A Critique of the Warren Commission's Inquiry into the Murder of President
  • Author: Mark Lane Brian Lane
  • ISBN: 9781560250432
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first book to challenge the Warren Commission findings presents case after case of ignored or twisted evidence to offer a scathing indictment of the Commission s handling of the assassination of President Kennedy By the author of Plausible Denial Reprint.

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      • Mark Lane Brian Lane

        BiographyMark Lane is an author, lawyer and activist His was the first voice to publicly question the top secret investigation into the assassination of President John F Kennedy, and his bestselling book, Rush to Judgment, was one of the first to question the Warren Commission s conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin A Citizen s Dissent recounts the vast efforts of our government and the establishment media to suppress his investigation into the assassination of JFK and to silence and destroy him for his work His later works on the JFK assassination detailed the involvement of the CIA through an actual trial in which Lane cross examined multiple agents Plausible Denial and the role played by the CIA and Secret Service Last Word He crossed the country speaking at countless colleges and other institutions about the murder of the president sparking the creation of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, which looked into the assassinations of Kennedy and Dr Martin Luther King, Jr A Freedom Rider while he served in the New York Legislature in 1961, he has defended the rights of the voiceless from his beginnings in East Harlem to Wounded Knee, where he successfully defended the leaders of the American Indian Movement He freed James Joseph Richardson, a black man framed in rural Florida for the murder of his own seven children, from prison after serving over 20 years, many of them on death row Arcadia He is a survivor of Jonestown The Strongest Poison and was a leader of the anti war movement during the Viet Nam era Chicago Eyewitness Conversations with Americans , Lane s autobiography, Citizen Lane, was published in 2012.


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    1. The Rosetta Stone of the JFK assassination conspiracy. I believe this is the seventh or eighth book I have read on the assassination, some for the lone gunman, some for conspiracy, and this one, the very first critique of the Warren Commission, settles the question entirely. Tom Hanks, in adopting the lone gunman theory for his HBO show Parkland, is doing a discredit to history and himself. There is this kneejerk reaction in our culture to the very concept of conspiracy, marginalized as nothing [...]


    2. I have now read this book three times. The first time was too many decades ago. The second time was about twelve years ago. I had to own a copy for my collection, so I bought the 2013 re-publication. 'Rush to Judgment', along with Sylvia Meagher's 'Accessories After the Fact' are THE works to study on the Warren Commission. Mark Lane was the first to publish in 1965, followed the year after by Meagher. Take your pick, either book exposes the cover-up, the framing of Oswald and the determined eff [...]



    3. Quite a few books have been written about the JFK assassination and the Warren Commission, but Lane was one of the first, this book being preceded by a lengthy piece he wrote for the old National Guardian weekly newspaper. I became aware of it at the time of publication in 1966 through an interview of Lane conducted by Jerry Williams on his radio program, but didn't read it until many years later.Much of Lane's work herein is a detailed critique of the Warren Commission Report and Supplements bo [...]


    4. One of the very FIRST books on the assassination of President Kennedy on that fateful day in Dallas. He shot out against the Warren Report giving lectures all over the country trying to show the Warren Report for the worthless piece of crap that it was. This is the definition of an American Patriot. I wish more people had courage like Mark Lane.


    5. Everyone’s lives are filled with milestones or memorable events that mark an era never to be forgotten. On November 22, 1963 I went to school, little suspecting that the world was soon to change forever. I was in sixth grade math class when the news spread that President John F. Kennedy had been shot in Dallas. For the first time, thanks to television, real-time images were broadcast into every home. I must admit that at that time I didn’t appreciate the gravity of the situation and mourned [...]


    6. the author doesn't say, or pretend to know what happened on the day JFK was assassinated, rather he meticulously details that what the Warren Commission said happened is implausible and impossible The work of the Warren Commission, as proven here, was a case of either epic incompetence, massive cover up or both and remains an insult to the national intelligence and blatant disrespect for JFK - who deserved at least an honest attempt at finding the truth thanks to Mark Lane we now know that the [...]


    7. I have always wondered what the fuss was about, and this book certainly answers the question -- the errors, misjudgments, and ommisions in the investigation of the Kennedy assasination are certainly mind-boggling. It's just a shame that Mr. Lane's writing skills weren't up to the task; his arguments are poorly organized and explained. I frequently felt myself wandering through the text, confused about where a particular piece of evidence was going or what the point of it was.


    8. I did not read all the book. Each chapter was a very detailed account of witness statements, evidence, testimony related to the Warren Commission. I skimmed and skipped parts. The book contains information that is very important. There have been other books on this subject since this book came out. We are going to discuss this in our book group and that will be even more interesting.


    9. I was somewhat disappointed with this book. Mr. Lanes assertions were often times muddled and confusing. I don't know what I really expected. I guess I'll just have to wait for 2040. The Warren Commision was never designed to provide the answers.


    10. Excellent challenge to the findings of the Warren Commission (and how those findings were manipulated) to point to Oswald as the murderer of JFK and Mr. Tippit. The documentary bearing the same title is a must see!


    11. It was a well-written and well-researched book; full of interviews, forensics, and other facts related to the assassination and ensuing events. I stopped about 2/3 way through and skimmed the rest.There are many books on this and i may read more. I for sure will enjoy the book group discussion.


    12. Lee Harvey didnt act alone. That is the conclusion of the U.S. Congress in The Justice Department was tasked by congress to look into this again and they simply are not. I wonder what is being covered up.


    13. My first introduction to the JFK assassination. I found it compelling at the time and whilst I am revisiting this part of US history I have referred back to this work (one of the first of thousands now on the conspiracy) and still find it a very useful primer


    14. The first book to challenge the Warren Commission findings presents case after case of ignored or twisted evidence to offer a scathing indictment of the Commission's handling of the assassination of President Kennedy. By the author of Plausible Denial.


    15. A guilty pleasure, to be sure, but endlessly readable. I can't read more than a couple of sentences without getting hooked.


    16. Scarey,how lives were snuffed out and the evidence was altered so we probably never know who was behind the assassination of Kennedy



    17. The greatest introduction to the critique of the Warren Commission Report . Mark Lane demolishes the evidence against Oswald



    18. O critica la adresa anchetei efectuate de comisia Warren in legatura cu asasinarea presedintelui John F. Kennedy, a politistului J.D. Tippit si a lui Lee Harvey Oswald.





    19. Asks a lot of questions but not many answers. A JFK classic, pity more people in Washington didn't take notice . .


    20. You can tell whether a book is the real deal and this is . Lane does a great job critiquing the Warren Report



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