Hear No Evil: Social Constructivism and the Forensic Evidence in the Kennedy Assassination
by Donald Byron Thomas
Mantik's review is an extremely scholarly treatment of Donald B. Thomas' book which from my perspective settles beyond reasonable doubt that the so-called dictabelt audio tape evidence in the JFK Assassination case is too weak/adulterated to allow definitive conclusions to be drawn with respect to what happened in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963. It should no longer be utilized by JFK Assassination Conspiracy researchers in making their case. There is a virtual plethora of other evidence which establishes to a metaphysical degree of certainty that President Kennedy was murdered by a high cabal of powerful interests which also successfully put in place a complex and still existent cover-up.
There are other interesting observations which Dr. Mantik makes in his lengthy review which are worthy of note and which make a complete reading of his essay mandatory for serious JFK Assassination Conspiracy researcher's.
--Dr. J. P. Hubert