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Assassination of JFK, Duffy & Ricci, p. 383; Plausible Denial, Lane, pp. 135-146; The Pentagon, C. Mollenhoff, pp. 358-360; New York Times, Thursday, July 20, 2000, p. A25


With Joe and Susan Trento, wrote Widows. Wrote Armies of the Night. Retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel. Born in 1925 or 1926 in Chicago, IL. Died: Monday, July 17, 2000, in hospital in Bethesda, MD, from emphysema and lung cancer. Survived by wife: Judith E. Corson; five sons: Adam, Zachary and Andrew of Potomac, MD; Christopher of Silver Springs, MD and David, of Greenville, SC (both from an earlier marriage) and five grandchildren.

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