“Investigative reporting at its best. Mark Shaw’s original work into the questionable deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen is now focused on the many unanswered questions left by the Warren Commission’s inquiry into the JFK assassination. Fighting for Justice has to be read.” —Nicholas Pileggi, author of Wiseguy and Casino
Packed with shocking new evidence, Fighting for Justice exposes the cover-ups of the JFK assassination and the murders of Dorothy Kilgallen and Marilyn Monroe, while revealing for the first time the corrupt inner workings of the Warren Commission based on the firsthand “whistleblower” account of an actual Commission member never identified before.
How does an explosive “whistleblower” account from a Warren Commission (WC) member never identified before destroy once and for all the biggest lie in American history, the “Oswald Alone” theory? On what basis did the member admit, “It’s more than Oswald. There is internal corruption on the Commission. I do not agree with the Report”?
Is the “whistleblower” the same one who surreptitiously passed Jack Ruby’s WC testimony to journalist Dorothy Kilgallen prior to its release date? And how did President Lyndon Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover strong arm the commission to prevent any investigation of the truth about who killed JFK and why?
Based on fifteen years of research, answers to these questions and more are uncovered in Fighting for Justice, bestselling author and noted historian Mark Shaw’s improbable journey to exposing cover-ups of the JFK assassination while proving Marilyn Monroe and Kilgallen were murdered.
About the Author
Mark Shaw, a former criminal defense attorney and network TV legal analyst, is a bestselling author (The Reporter Who Knew Too Much), respected investigative reporter, and noted historian who has published nearly thirty books, including six touching on the JFK assassination. His most recent book, Collateral Damage, connected the deaths of Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Kilgallen, and JFK for the first time. Shaw’s alma mater Purdue University is archiving his impressive body of work (press release at https://tinyurl.com/yyth7afp). More about Mr. Shaw is at https://www.markshawbooks.com.