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From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle: One FBI Agent's View of the JFK Assassination ebook

by Don Adams,Harrison E. Livingstone


by Don Adams (Author), Harrison E. Livingstone (Afterword). Don Adams is a former FBI agent who participated in the investigation of the assassination of John F. Kennedy

by Don Adams (Author), Harrison E. Kennedy. He is the author of numerous articles on the subject and is considered a respected authority on the topic. He lives in Akron, Ohio. Afterword by Harrison E. Livingstone.

The author, ex FBI agent Don Adams was a young fresh recruit back in '63 when he was assigned to investigate a threat to the president, from a right wing radical Jos The predominant thrust of this book reveals the disturbing cover up perpetrated by agents within the Federal Bureau o. .

The author, ex FBI agent Don Adams was a young fresh recruit back in '63 when he was assigned to investigate a threat to the president, from a right wing radical Jos The predominant thrust of this book reveals the disturbing cover up perpetrated by agents within the Federal Bureau of Investigation, both before and after the JFK assassination. As the front cover of this short book declares, this is 'A report to the public from an FBI agent involved in the official JFK assassination investigation. The author, ex FBI agent Don Adams was a young fresh recruit back in '63 when.

Don Adams is a remarkable man, and his personal story of integrity shows without any doubt: conspiracy, collusion and confusion surround the very public murder of the 35th President of the United States

Don Adams is a remarkable man, and his personal story of integrity shows without any doubt: conspiracy, collusion and confusion surround the very public murder of the 35th President of the United States. From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle: A Report to the Public from an FBI Agent Involved in the Official JFK Assassination Investigation is Don Adam’s exclusive chronicle of his front-seat view of the probe, with a unique look at one of the most intriguing pieces of the JFK assassination collage: Joseph Adams Milteer.

Don Adams is a former FBI agent who participated in the investigation of the assassination of.

Don Adams is a former FBI agent who participated in the investigation of the assassination of John F. Former FBI Agent Reveals Who Really Killed JFK. A retired FBI Agent and Police Chief, who was one of the original investigators in Dallas examining the JFK assassination, stumbles upon records and reports that were doctored. K Assassination: A Pentagon Insider Says It was not Oswal. t was Johnson.

From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle : One FBI Agent's View of the JFK Assassination. The personal and professional story of a former FBI agent, this is the journey Don Adams has taken over the past 50 years that has connected him to the assassination of the 35th president of the United States. On November 13, 1963, Adams was given a priority assignment to investigate Joseph Milteer, a man who had made threats to assassinate the president.

Don Adams’ book is something of a landmark Gemberling and Adams enjoyed good relations during his stint with the Dallas branch of the FBI, and as it turns out, we all know that Gemberling's role after the assassination.

Don Adams’ book is something of a landmark. We now have an ex FBI agent coming clean with his suspicions of a conspiracy to kill President Kennedy. This has happened before with guys like Bill Turner. He later became the FBI's JFK "go to man" in the seventies, studiously towing the official line he had helped create.

Don Adams, FBI agent. Adams conducted other interviews in the ensuing days on other aspects of the JFK investigation, but he was not told that Milteer had boasted to Somersett on November 26 that Dallas was a success and that Martin Luther King and Attorney General Robert Kennedy are now unimportant. The tape transcript shows Somersett telling the Miami police: He couldn’t guess, in my opinion, that the President would be shot from a window. The final quote can be found in Adams’ book: From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle: One FBI Agent’s View of the JFK Assassination (Kindle Locations 1324-1341, 1343-1354).

32 Photographs of the Events Surrounding JFK's Assassination. Lee Harvey Oswald clowning around - photograph in high school year book. Tribal Group Native American Women Native American Indians Native Americans Northern California First Nations American Indians Native American. A lovely high contrast image, highlighting both the perceived danger of female power, and also the value of "silence" in relation to that power. Works on FBI too, the male thugs FBI employs are true idiots.

A former FBI agent, Don Adams, has compelling evidence Lee Harvey . Adams was assigned to an FBI office in Thomasville, Georgia, on November 22, 1963

A former FBI agent, Don Adams, has compelling evidence Lee Harvey Oswald did not assassinate president John F. Adams was assigned to an FBI office in Thomasville, Georgia, on November 22, 1963. Adams was responsible for investigating Joseph Adams Milteer, described as a radical with connections to the States Rights Party and KKK. Milteer, according to Adams, was involved in Kennedy’s assassination. Adams points out that Milteer was in Dallas on the day of the assassination and has a photograph to prove it. In the photo, Milteer stands near the presidential limousine prior to the shooting.

The personal and professional story of a former FBI agent, this is the journey Don Adams has taken over the past 50 years that has connected him to the assassination of the 35th president of the United States. On November 13, 1963, Adams was given a priority assignment to investigate Joseph Milteer, a man who had made threats to assassinate the president. Two weeks later John F. Kennedy was dead, and Agent Adams was instructed to locate and question Milteer. Adams, however, was only allowed to ask the suspect five specific questions before being told to release him. He was puzzled by the bizarre orders but thought nothing more of it until years later when he read a report that stated that not only had Joseph Milteer made threats against the president, but also that he claimed Kennedy would be killed from an office building with a high-powered rifle. Since that time, Adams has compiled evidence and research from every avenue available to him, including his experiences in Georgia and Dallas FBI offices, to produce this compelling investigation that may just raise more questions than answers.

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This is a carefully documented, thoughtful, helpful book written by an FBI man about his actual experience interviewing Milteer and how his info was used and misused by the FBI.
He tells his story and reprints all the relevant documents, memos and files so you can see them for yourself and make your own decisions. No matter what your view on the assassination, you can see how some facts and dates change in various FBI documents. Conspiracy? Lazy FBI clerks? Innocent mistakes? Whatever you think, you can not deny that things are very askew.
And as for the author's text: I was lucky to hear an extended taped radio interview of the author before I bought the book. When you have just the printed page, you can't tell how much has even been written by the author, how much things have been edited and tweaked by others. On a live radio interview, you get a much better idea of who the author really is. This is a smart man, no one's fool, very sincere. He's no "conspiracy nut" with an agenda. I believe what he says.
This book also helped me assess the book "Case Closed" by Posner. All Posner says about Milteer , and that is in an appendix, is that he "told a a police informer in November 1963 that Kennedy would be killed when he came to Miami." Milteer said much, much more than that!!!! In Adams' book you can read the transcript of that actual conversation. Milteer said on tape that Kennedy would be shot with a rifle from an office building and that a patsy would be arrested just hours later and framed for it. You can hear this taped interview on line too. It is an uncanny prediction of what would happen, esp. the part of the patsy being arrested just a few hours later. Remember, this conversation was recorded, transcribed and reported just a few weeks before the assassination. Posner lost a lot of credibility to me when I saw what Posner had left out.
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This book is a brave, patriotic expose about the infamous JFK assassination personality Joseph Milteer. Author Don Adams is a retired FBI agent who worked on the JFK assassination case in real time. Joseph Milteer was one of five persons with proven, undeniable advance knowledge of the JFK assassination.

Adams presents at least 20 documents to the reader. At one point, he actually went to Washington and visited the National Archives. There he retrieved many of original documents which which he had worked in the week of the JFK assassination. Some were real, some were partly faked on the part of the FBI or Secret Service.

In his book The Man Who Knew Too Much, author Dick Russell told the story of Richard Case Nagell who had advance knowledge of the JFK assassination. Now, author Don Adams has performed the same service to JFK buffs with regard to Joseph MIlteer who was another of these people with proven foreknowledge of the assassination. But Adams also tells his opinion about his top ten JFK assassination books and some of his beliefs and theories based on his real time experience in the last week of November, 1963.

If you read this book, you can quickly get a picture of the real Joseph Milteer and find out the truth about whether or not MIlteer was really in Dallas on November 22, 1963.
Nuadador
The importance of this book is in the documentation of the first hand contacts. Don Adams had first hand contact with Joseph Milteer both shortly before and shortly after JFK's assassination. Those contacts were that he investigated Milteer as a suspect both before and immediately after the assassination, per order of his FBI superiors. That in itself should show anyone that Milteer was someone to be taken seriously. Yet until recently he has largely been forgotten or lightly dismissed as a possible link in the murder of a President. Don's book helps greatly in preserving for history his first hand involvement with Milteer. The chapters of the book dealing with theories beyond Agent Adams' actual involvement are less important and more open to being discredited. I spoke with Don on several occasions by telephone over the years leading up to his publishing his book. I sought Don out because I have been researching Joseph Milteer for a number of years. I live near Quitman, Georgia where Milteer lived and have compiled quite a lot of information on my own, some of which is publiclyknown now, and some which is not. What impressed me in the lengthy conversations with Don was his sincerity, and his determination to get his story out, at his advanced age. I am so glad he did it. I can remember Don's voice rising when he told me the account of how his superiors limited the questions he could ask on the occasion when he stopped Milteer's vehicle and brought Milteer back to the Federal building in Valdosta on November 27, 1963. Agent Adams managed to get the first hand account of his contact with Milteer out to the world, and I believe that part is truthful and as accurate as his memory allowed after the passage of time. Rest in peace Don Adams.
From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle: One FBI Agent's View of the JFK Assassination ebook
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Don Adams,Harrison E. Livingstone
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