By: Ira Jesse Hemingway
The murder of John F. Kennedy sent a country into mourning and launched several theories that only deepened the mystery of his death. In his compelling new book, Friendly Fire on Holy Grounds: The Stockpile Conspiracy (now available through AuthorHouse), Ira Jesse Hemingway investigates a lead left behind by the fallen man and invites readers to decide the truth for themselves.
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“The most important thing to remember is that this was a murder, and in any criminal investigation, you are required to investigate all motives related to the crime in question, which never took place until now,” Hemingway writes.
Friendly Fire on Holy Grounds takes readers from 1954, the beginning of allegedly corrupt inventory stockpiling in Washington, D.C., to 1973, the beginning of President Nixon’s downfall during the Watergate scandal. Hemingway details how President Kennedy was in the process of purging the nation’s capitol of criminals, regardless of their party affiliation. The president did not keep his intense personal interest in the stockpile quandary a secret. He ordered a Senate investigation, which Hemingway maintains, cost him his life.
Using a straightforward journalistic style based on thorough investigation rather than political appeasement, Hemingway attacks the Warren Commission “like a charging lion hitting the throat of a defenseless gazelle.” He traces the life of a president with a noble mission and deftly deciphers the clues that Kennedy left behind.
“The information Kennedy was preparing to reveal would shake the foundation of the political structure,” Hemingway writes. “The United States government has argued their version through the Warren Commission Report for over four decades. Now, let me present [to] you the other side … you decide the truth.”
An intriguing book that picks up the shattered threads of a fallen president’s search for truth, Friendly Fire on Holy Grounds offers fresh perspective on an unsolved mystery that is more than 40 years old.
Hemingway holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a minor in safety management. He has worked in the chemical industry field for the past 20 years. While serving in the U.S. Navy, he participated in a secret operation off the coast of the former Soviet Union. His research on the fall of the Soviet Union led him to the stockpile investigation ordered by President Kennedy, and he has invested years of study in Friendly Fire on Holy Grounds. Hemingway has written trade manuals for small businesses, a screenplay and another work of nonfiction. He and his wife of more than 20 years have three children and currently live in El Cajon, Calif. For more information, visit www.jfksfriendlyfire.net.
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