Fighting for Justice: The Improbable Journey to Exposing Cover-Ups about the JFK Assassination and the Deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen

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Packed with shocking new evidence, Fighting for Justice exposes the cover-ups of the JFK assassination and the murders of Dorothy Kilgallen and Marilyn Monroe, while revealing for the first time the corrupt inner workings of the Warren Commission based on the firsthand “whistleblower” account of an actual Commission member never quoted before.

Since the 1960s, questions have circled the JFK assassination, the operation of the Warren Commission, and the mysterious deaths of Marilyn Monroe and renowned journalist Dorothy Kilgallen—with the truth very much a stranger. But now, bestselling author Mark Shaw exposes cover-ups of that truth through an improbable journey from his early days as a prominent criminal defense attorney and TV network legal analyst to becoming a recognized expert about the assassination whose interviews and presentations have garnered, to date, more than six million YouTube views.

In Fighting for Justice, Shaw, inspired by the investigative prowess of Kilgallen, unlocks secrets such as who gave her Jack Ruby’s Warren Commission testimony before its release date, how President Lyndon Johnson and FBI Director Edgar Hoover bullied the “Oswald Alone” report into existence despite knowing the truth, why Joseph, John, and Robert Kennedy became sexual predators, and why Frank Sinatra should have been prosecuted for his complicity in “fixing” the 1960 presidential election.

Praise for Mark Shaw Books

The Reporter Who Knew Too Much

“The compelling story of Dorothy Kilgallen, the celebrated journalist once called ‘the most powerful female voice in America.’” —Nick Pileggi, author of Wiseguy and Casino

Denial of Justice

“A worthy sequel to the mysterious whodunit that snuffed out the brave reporter, Denial of Justice is a true crime thriller that seeks to undo the label attached to Ms. Kilgallen’s untimely demise. Mark Shaw has done an admirable and exemplary job in his work. Do not miss!” —San Francisco Book Review