JFK ASSASSINATION WITNESS
DEAF-MUTE WTNESS SAW BEHIND THE FENCE ON GRASSY KNOLL
Beyond the Fence Line: The Eyewitness Account
of Ed Hoffman and the Murder of President Kennedy,” by Casey J.
Quinlan & Brian K. Edwards, has just been published by noted
historical research company, JFK Lancer Productions & Publications
in Southlake, Texas (Publishing date November 10, 2008). This November
22 will be the 45th anniversary of the assassination of President
John F. Kennedy in Dallas, 1963. Hundreds of people are expected
to join ceremonies in Dealey Plaza honoring the memory of the slain
President. One person there will be assassination witness Ed Hoffman.
Investigative reporter and author Jim Marrs writes
in the book’s Foreword, “After learning of Ed Hoffman’s life, his
integrity and his clear view of a man with a rifle on the Grassy
Knoll, the reader will more fully understand why Ed’s uncle, Dallas
Police Lt. Robert Hoffman, even today believes that Ed’s life would
have been in danger if he had made his story plainly understandable
to the authorities in 1963. This danger would not have come from
Lee Harvey Oswald.”
It is not too late to bring the truth about the assassination
into a court of law, not before a commission of important and politically
astute men, but before a jury of American citizens. The conspirators
were hoping that no one would see the activity behind the picket
fence, but someone did. The irony is that the only eyewitness to
their activity that afternoon has a hearing disability.
The book contains over a hundred photographs and diagrams, annotated
with information for any level of interest in the assassination.
Beyond the Fence Line: The EyeWitness Account of Ed Hoffman and
the Murder of President Kennedy
By Casey J. Quinlan & Brian K. Edwards
Foreword by Jim Marrs
234 pages,105 photos
Size 8” x 10” Soft Cover Trade