The Last Investigation

The Last Investigation Gaeton Fonzi s masterful retelling of his work investigating the Kennedy assassination for two Congressional committees is required reading for students of the assassination and the subsequent failure

  • Title: The Last Investigation
  • Author: Gaeton Fonzi
  • ISBN: 9781560250791
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gaeton Fonzi s masterful retelling of his work investigating the Kennedy assassination for two Congressional committees is required reading for students of the assassination and the subsequent failure of the government to solve the crime The Last Investigation is a compelling post mortem on the House Select Committee on Assassinations, as well as a riveting account of FonGaeton Fonzi s masterful retelling of his work investigating the Kennedy assassination for two Congressional committees is required reading for students of the assassination and the subsequent failure of the government to solve the crime The Last Investigation is a compelling post mortem on the House Select Committee on Assassinations, as well as a riveting account of Fonzi s pursuit of leads indicating involvement by officers of the Central Intelligence Agency.

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    1. 'The Last Investigation' copyright 1993, tells Gaeton Fonzi's frustrating sleuthing efforts as a Federal Investigator for The House Select Committee on Assassinations. Fonzi writes his story in a Raymond Chandler 'gumshoe' style with more than a few touches of dry humour colouring the text.A further angle in this book is the whitewash and political games played out behind the scenes of the Select Committee. Despite the political prevarications, budget constraints, lies and obstructions from Inte [...]


    2. Why did the United States Congress authorize a second federal investigation into the assassination of President Kennedy? Why did that government investigation produce a report concluding President Kennedy was killed as a result of a conspiracy? Investigator Gaeton Fonzi -- who worked for the committee during its three year mission -- documents the answers to those questions in this fascinating book.In September 1964 the first federal investigation conducted by the Warren Commission produced a fl [...]


    3. The Last Investigation is a modern masterpiece of American history, one of the few great and truthful books about the role of the intelligence community in United States government, politics, and foreign and domestic affairs during the Cold War and Vietnam years of the 1960s and 1970s. Gaeton Fonzi cut his teeth on investigative journalism in Philadelphia, and was called upon to lend those skills to the Church Committee and then the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) in the late 197 [...]


    4. I've lately been on a reading binge on the Kennedy Assassination investigations, and this one is quite well done. It gives painstaking detail bout the House Committee on Assassinations working, and investigation. It seems that we'll never have a "smoking gun", but we can be fairly certain that the CIA, or some rogue element therein staged and killed Jack Kennedy. Oswald, Cuba and Mob connections were all pretty much diversions. It's not saying that some elements of these groups weren't involved, [...]


    5. Follows the author in his attempts to investigate the assassination of JFK. At every turn he confronts lies and deception as the Government's agencies (mainly the CIA) continue to thwart his efforts. Ultimately, it's a frustrating, even maddening process.


    6. .A paragon of investigative journalism that brightened the universal torch of truth for all that were courageous enough to seek that flame.


    7. 5 stars for content, but 3 stars for lack of organization. I read this because it's written by one of the actual investigators who worked for the congressional committees (two of them) to investigate the assassination. His descriptions of what actually happened to him and other investigators is very disheartening; extremely important leads that were dropped, the stonewalling and lies by the CIA, the lack of strong leadership and courage to champion truth, and why the final report is purposefully [...]


    8. Gaeton Fonzi has an exceptional background. Not only did he work for the House and Senate Select Committees in their investigations of the Kennedy and King murders, he also worked as an investigator for one of the senators, Richard S. Schweiker, concerned. So doing, he had the authority and funds to travel to interview some of the principals in these cases. Indeed, the fruit of his research appears in the text and notes of many other books about the Kennedy assassination.This is not, however, th [...]


    9. Do you want to understand the assassination of President Kennedy? If so, this is one of two books you need to read. You have to understand that Gaeton Fonzie was hired in 1975 by Senator Richard Schweiker as a researcher for the Church Committee into the activities of US intelligence agencies, and in 1977 he was hired as a researcher for the House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA). This man has seen things that we have not seen and spoken to witnesses and de-facto info [...]


    10. I was on recently reading reviews of Bill O'Reilly's book on the Kennedy assassination. A number of the reviewers stated that this book by Fonzi was one of the best on the subject.If you can wade through the seemingly endless names and scenarios the author puts forth, it really is a worthwhile book about the events of 11/22/63. BTW, the author lays blame at the feet of the intelligence community, specifically the CIA.


    11. While some may not find anything new here, what they will find is an absolutely comprehensive investigation of the JFK assassination. Beginning with the shortcomings of the Warren Commission and detailing Oswald's connections with the Cubans, Russians, and nefarious meetings in Mexico City, this is absolutely exhaustive.



    12. Simply an astounding book. A first-hand account of one of the lead investigators of the House Select Committee on Assassinations


    13. Fonzi explains how the HSCA was dead in the water after Sprague left. And how the truth was "undiscovered" and left to gather dust!An excellent read for an inquiring mind .




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