Jim Garrison's great escape

Bethell, Tom
December 1998
American Spectator;Dec98, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p20
Focuses on New Orleans district attorney (DA) Jim Garrison and his investigation on the assassination of late President John F. Kennedy (JFK). Involvement of Clay Shaw, a prominent New Orleans businessman, in the assassination case; His characteristics as a boss; His purpose in pursuing the JFK inquiry.


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