American Assassination : The Strange Death of Senator Paul Wellstone, by Arrows, Four
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- ISBN: 9780975276303 | 0975276301
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 11/30/2004
Senator Paul Wellstone was the first 1960s radical elected to the U.S. Senate. In his re-election race in 2002, the White House hand-picked Norm Coleman to run against him and the GOP poured in the funds. But Coleman still trailed the populist Wellstone in the late days of the campaign. Then tragedy struck. Ten days before the election, Wellstone was killed in the mysterious crash of his small aircraft. To this day, the public mourns the loss. Some harbor suspicions. And some remember how the media blamed the weather. In American Assassination, two Ph.D. Professors, James Fetzer and Don "Four Arrows" Jacobs, prove that the weather did not kill Senator Wellstone, his wife and children, on that morning in October. Nor were the two pilots incompetent, as per the later claims of the bumbling National Transportation Safety Board. With a scientific investigation, logical analysis, and a ruthless dismantling of the official story, American Assassination confirms the worst fears of a nation: Senator Paul Wellstone was murdered. At the time, 69% of Minnesotans polled said they had a hunch a "GOP Conspiracy" was at play in his death. American Assassination confirms that the people had it right all along. Book jacket.