Author Mark Shaw is Today’s Honoree

markshawThe author of 20+ books, Mark Shaw, the former legal analyst for USA Today, CNN, and USA Today, is a California attorney and investigative reporter who has dedicated the past ten years to probing the truth about the JFK and Lee Harvey Oswald assassinations through his three books, Melvin Belli: King of the Courtroom, The Poison Patriarch: How the Betrayals of Joseph P. Kennedy Caused the Assassination of JFK, and his latest, The Reporter Who Knew Too Much.

Through extensive research, interviews with a multitude of credible witnesses to the Dallas events, and his recent discovery of several eyewitness, videotaped interviews of those closest to Dorothy Kilgallen never seen before, Mr. Shaw has uncovered a plausible explanation for who killed JFK and why based on common sense motive. Regarding The Reporter Who Knew Too Much, Shaw says: “After writing The Poison Patriarch, I was compelled to tell Dorothy’s story since I kept hearing her shout to me from the grave, ‘Investigate, Investigate, Investigate’ based on inside information about her death that I learned while writing the first two books. I know some will doubt this happened, but after I began my investigation, Dorothy guided my path leading me to evidence including official government documents, her own personal papers, and most important, the videotaped interviews with those whom she confided in regarding her 18-month exhaustive JFK investigation.

Without Dorothy’s help, this book would not have been possible. Repeatedly, she told me where to search for new facts about her death. I did so and the result is a comprehensive book clearly indicating the true cause of her death and that of her beloved president.”

Mark Shaw has written for USA Today, Huffington Post, and the Aspen Daily News, which he co-founded. Mark formally was a host or correspondent for ABC’s Good Morning America, and CBS’s People and has appeared on the REEZL Channel’s program, The Kennedy’s.

More about Mark, who lives in the San Francisco area, may be learned at or on Wikipedia.

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