Tipping Point: The conspiracy that murdered President John Kennedy
by Larry Hancock
Larry Hancock is well-known in the JFK research community, both for his work helping organize the November in Dallas research conferences, and for his detailed and no-nonsense investigations of the major political murders of the 1960s and their milieu.
His seminal Someone Would Have Talked, now in its third edition, demolished the old trope named in its title, and presented the important stories of those who did speak about what they knew to family and close associates. That work led him into the world of Cuban exiles, CIA covert options, and the "Cuba Project" to assassinate Fidel Castro and overthrow the Communist regime in Cuba, which for many lies at the heart of the Kennedy assassination.
In Tipping Point, Larry sums up what he has learned from decades of study and presents a walkthrough of his reasoning and conclusions on the political murder that still haunts America.
Essays by Larry Hancock
Larry has written about the major assassinations of the 1960s, national security issues, covert operations, and more. Some of his essays are published here on the Mary Ferrell Foundation website:
The Wheaton Lead: An Exploration, with David Boylan, uses the ionformation Gene Wheaton brought to the Assassination Records Review Board as a launching pad for detailed discussion of the "Cuba Project" and its possible connections with the JFK assassination.
The Martin Luther King Assassination: Missing Pieces, with Stuart Wexler, analyzes the evidence that white supremacists were behind the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Incomplete Justice is a 6-part study of Robert Kennedy's assassination and the role of Sirhan Sirhan. Part One: At the Ambassador Hotel, Part Two: Stalking RFK?, Part Three: "They are all fibbing...", Part Four: "No there were no other guns...", Part Five: Mind Games?, Part Six: "I don't know any other people...".
Limits To Transparency discusses the passing of CIA officer Charles Briggs, his role in handling requests for Agency documents, and the larger issues of access to government files.