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Mimeographed pamphlet alleging that Aristotle Onassis was behind the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.] A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File. Credit will go where credit is due after the mess has been cleaned up.

Stephanie Caruana?; Bruce Roberts; The Jesse James Press; assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1963; Aristotle Onassis; conspiracy theories]

Editorial: 'Printed by the Jesse James Press - London & New York. December', 1976
Librería: Richard M. Ford Ltd (London, Reino Unido)

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16pp., foolscap 8vo. Stapled into white printed covers, with 'ransom note' design on front and facsimile on back of letter from the Warren Commission members to the President of the United States, 24 September 1964. Very good, on lightly-aged paper. The document ends, under the publication details on the last page: 'Meanwhile back at the peanut farm: A PRESIDENT FOR AMERICA | The difference between Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter is one of style and personality. Theirs [sic] policies are remarkably similar. | The Economist Oct. 9th., 1976.' This quotation suggests a British publication, as does the pencilled price of '36p' on the front cover. The document - which is generally ascribed to American journalist Stephanie Caruana - begins: 'It is dangerous to transmit or even to possess this information. There is no copyright on this material. Anyone who wishes to may reproduce it. Credit will go where credit is due after the mess has been cleared up. | A Skeleton Key to the Gemstone File | The Gemstone file was written in may segments over a period of years by an American named Bruce Roberts. Parts of the file were released to certain Americans beginning in 1969. The number of pages is well over a thousand. It has been possible to verify some of the statements made, but the research facilities required to verify the entire story would be monumental. Those who transmit the story do so because it makes sense in the light of current events. Although parts of it seem improbable, in general it rings true. Readers will have to make up their own minds as to its authenticity. | Since the scope of the work is so large, and the events are so complex and interlocking, it may be more easily understood with this skeleton outline of the Gemstone thesis. Individual papers can then be read with greater comprehension.' The following gives a taste of the text: '[p.10] June 17th., 1968: Bobby Kennedy knew immediately who had killed his brother. He wrote about it in his unpublished book "The Enemy Within". When he foolishly tried to run for President, Onassis had him killed, using a sophisticated new technique: hypnotised Sirhan Sirhan shooting from the front, "security guard" (from Lockheed Aircraft) Thane Cesar shooting from the rear, two or three inches away from Bobby's head. Sirhan's shots all misssed, Cesar's couldn't possibly miss. Evelle Younger, the Los Angeles District Attorney, covered it up, and was later rewarded with the post of California Attorney General. His son, Eric Younger, got a second-generation Mafia reward: a judge-ship at the age of 30. See Ted Charach, L.A., author and director, "The Second Gun", a documentary film based on the RFK murder, bought and suppressed by Mafia Warner Brothers, for more details. | After Bobby's death, Teddy knew who did it. In fear for his life, he went to Onassis and swore eternal obedience.' Scarce: no copies on either OCLC WorldCat or COPAC. N° de ref. de la librería 13459

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Título: Mimeographed pamphlet alleging that ...

Editorial: 'Printed by the Jesse James Press - London & New York. December'

Año de publicación: 1976

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Private premises. Autographs, manuscripts and archives on any subject. Particular interest in publishing and bookselling history. Occasional catalogues. Company number: 03785276

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