Thursday, May 17, 2007

Surprise: Oswald did it...

So says Vincent Bugliosi the famed prosecutor of Charles Manson in a new book that is longer than Tolstoy's "War and Peace" and capped with around 1200 pages(!) of end notes to back up his conclusions. This monumental work has received widespread critical acclaim. But don't expect all the conspiracy devotees to give up. Some are already preparing to do battle with the new book.

As someone who was for many years rather inclined to the belief that there was more to this than we were told, I have been slowly coming to the conclusion that I (and many others) may have been looking for something that was never there. I look forward to reading the book as soon as I can get my hands on a copy.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds interesting. BTW Tolstoy wrote "War and Peace". A very different fish.

M.Z. Forrest said...

Tolstoy wrote War and Peace. Some day, I will finish reading it. I've made it 600 pages before, but I always end up putting it down.

Ad Orientem said...

Thanks to my two proof readers above. It was late when I posted last night. I have made the obvious correction.

ICXC
John