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"I HIGHLY recommend this fabulous book... I have read hundreds of books on or related to the assassination of President Kennedy and this one is up there with the best! Very well written, entertaining, and INFORMATIVE; not the same ole same ole." Secret Service expert and author, Vince Palamara.The Deputy Interviews by Steve Cameron, is a book of interviews conducted with JFK assassination experts, insiders, & family members who knew former Dallas Deputy Sheriff Roger Dean Craig, who witnessed numerous events that dramatically contradict the Warren Commission''s final conclusions about the J.F.K. assassination. The book contains the following: Interviews with members of Roger Craig''s family, including the last living relative to see him alive; FBI & CIA files that corroborate Roger Craig''s story of what he witnessed during & after the assassination of John F. Kennedy; Evidence of multiple bullets hitting the grass on the South side of Elm Street, proving there was more than one shooter; Evidence that a 7.65 Mauser rifle was found on the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository.-Evidence that the rifle seen being escorted from the Book Depository was not the same rifle Oswald is seen posing with in the famous backyard photos; Evidence that eyewitness testimony was tampered with by government officials to support the official assassination narrative; Names & photos of suspects who were identified by eyewitnesses in Dealey Plaza; Pages loaded with rare historical photos; An interview with JFK assassination expert, & author Robert Groden. Cameron and Groden discuss many areas of the case, including Groden''s scheduled interview that he had with Roger Craig, that never happened. Because after Groden''s plane landed in Dallas where he was to meet with him, he soon discovered that Craig was found shot to death just days earlier in his father''s home on May 15, 1975. At the time, Groden was working for Congressman Thomas Downing of Virginia, & was sent to Dallas to interview Craig for Downing''s reopening of the J.F.K. assassination case, which led to the formation of the House Select Committee on Assassinations in 1976. Groden confirms to Cameron, that Roger Craig would have been called before the committee as a key witness; An interview with first generation JFK assassination researcher J. Gary Shaw, who personally knew Roger Craig, & worked closely with him and Penn Jones Jr., during Jim Garrison''s trial against Clay Shaw for conspiracy to assassinate President John F. Kennedy; An Interview with an insider from the Dallas Sheriff''s Department who explains that most members of the office didn''t believe Oswald assassinated Kennedy; An interview with Phil Singer, a former member of Mark Lane''s Citizens Commission of Inquiry (CCI). We discuss his decades-long involvement in the JFK assassination research community, & his recent efforts to reunite John F. Kennedy''s pallbearers. We also discuss similarities between Roger Craig & Abraham Bolden, who was the first African-American secret service agent to serve on the White House detail, who was personally hired by President Kennedy in Chicago in 1961, but had his career destroyed & was imprisoned for three years after he came forward with accusations of dishonorable and reckless behavior by members of Kennedy''s Secret Service detail, which may have helped to facilitate the President''s assassination; Letters written by Craig before he died; Never before published family photos; Craig''s 1960 award certificate for Officer of the Year; Craig''s FBI & military files; Sworn affidavits, police reports, & government documents that corroborate Craig''s story about what he witnessed on November 22, 1963, and much, much more! This is a one-of-a-kind book, that shines a VERY bright light on the assassination of John F. Kennedy, & the murder of Roger Dean Craig.Related titles: The Patient Is Dying (2020), When They Kill a President: 2021 Special Edition (2021) stevecameronproductions.com

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Nick Fraser
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Unbelievable
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2020
It costs to be a patriot. This guy and his family paid in spades. I doubt I could have stood up to this kind of harrassment. Integrity without force is a tough go in anyone''s books. But Roger did it. No wonder more from Dallas never spoke out. Kill a president in front... See more
It costs to be a patriot. This guy and his family paid in spades. I doubt I could have stood up to this kind of harrassment. Integrity without force is a tough go in anyone''s books. But Roger did it. No wonder more from Dallas never spoke out. Kill a president in front of 400+ witnesses and someone''s going to see something that doesn''t add up and now we know why: the word was out: go about your business or else. This book is about the "or else". The intimidation is unbelievable. What price truth? You''ll find out here.
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David L Bowman Sr
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Interviews
Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2020
I found the book extremely interesting, as during th course of his story the author had uncovered bits and pieces of information and evidence that when considered in their entirety added up to conclusions that I had reached myself based on much less information. In other... See more
I found the book extremely interesting, as during th course of his story the author had uncovered bits and pieces of information and evidence that when considered in their entirety added up to conclusions that I had reached myself based on much less information. In other words reading this book helped me to strengthen my feelings into a much firmer ability to reach the same conclusions as being those of the truth about what happened in that fateful day of JFK''s death! I was saddened to learn of the true hardships suffered by the author and his family simply because he always insisted on being truthful about what he had witnessed, and he still does. To me his hardships lend strong credence to his statements!
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Bob Woodside
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We sure could learn a lot from information Roger Craig made avaliable.
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020
Former Dallas Deputy Sheriff Roger Dean Craig , now passed on, had so much to say about President Kennedys Assassination and the likely cover up. I have read a lot of his knowledge about this case. I wish he was still living!
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Amy Jackson
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Police and Sheriff’s attitudes in Dallas, 1963
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2020
This book is well written and uses primary source material.
Of special interest to me were the impressions of colleagues that worked with Roger Craig or supervised him,
We need more straightforward, honest and brave people in today’s world.
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LouAnn
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Interesting and sad
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020
This book again eye opening accounts of those that were there on the day of the assassination and what they went through. Mr Craig was respected and was providing honest testimony of what he saw heard and what he and his family went through because of his honesty.... See more
This book again eye opening accounts of those that were there on the day of the assassination and what they went through. Mr Craig was respected and was providing honest testimony of what he saw heard and what he and his family went through because of his honesty. People went to great lengths to discredit and keep the real account hidden for many years. It cost Mr. Craig multiple jobs and his life after numerous attempts to either shut him up or try to kill him failed. Personally I don''t believe he committed suicide just as I don''t believe the Warren commission report, the single bullet theory, or that Lee Harvey Oswald was the sole shooter. Most of or almost all the people that knew or had information are now dead. Many of the documents are still sealed. This book is a good read with lots of information.
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Searching for deep truths? This is a great start
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2020
A fabulous book revealing new and important information everyone who loves the UNITED STATES need to hear.
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YuckLives
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7.65 Mauser?
Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2020
Admiral try but I stopped reading after the 50th time he wrote that the deputy identified the gun as a 7.65 Mauser. Clearly if this is so his testimony on gun identification is worthless. The famous Mauser rife is chambered in 7.92 or is called 8mm. Not so easy to... See more
Admiral try but I stopped reading after the 50th time he wrote that the deputy identified the gun as a 7.65 Mauser. Clearly if this is so his testimony on gun identification is worthless. The famous Mauser rife is chambered in 7.92 or is called 8mm.
Not so easy to identify the round a rife takes just by looking at it without closer detail. I have a machined Strumgewehr 44. Looks exactly like the original. You would never know chambers a .223, while the original a 8mm short.
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Nita Edwards
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I felt you reading it with me
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2020
I cannot express enough the dignity and respect that was shown to my grandfather in this book. My family is so blessed to have someone show the world who my grandfather truly was. The chance to know a family member is something to be cherished and when that is taken from... See more
I cannot express enough the dignity and respect that was shown to my grandfather in this book. My family is so blessed to have someone show the world who my grandfather truly was. The chance to know a family member is something to be cherished and when that is taken from you there are no words that can fill the void in your heart. The words in this book introduced me to the soul of my grandfather to such a degree that I felt as if he was reading it with me.
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MR R GRANT
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Brilliant
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2020
Anyone interested in the Kennedy assassination knows the importance of officer Roger Craig and his testimony. Apart of course from the government who were probably over the moon when he “ACCIDENTALLY” blew his brains before he could be called to testify at the house...See more
Anyone interested in the Kennedy assassination knows the importance of officer Roger Craig and his testimony. Apart of course from the government who were probably over the moon when he “ACCIDENTALLY” blew his brains before he could be called to testify at the house assassinations committee. This of course after his previous two attempts to “ACCIDENTALLY “ kill himself by getting shot at standing on a street corner and driving his car over a cliff, yes it really is that obvious. Like so many witnesses that “ACCIDENTALLY “ killed themselves Roger managed to get his story on film to Mark Lane which is a must see on YouTube. A fantastic book on about a man who saw it all and refused to go along with all the BS. They hounded him out, lost his job, lost his health, lost his family and lost his life all so the greatest cover up could continue as it does today. Buy it , it’s worth every penny!
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Barry Ryder
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The Deputy Platitudes
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 27, 2020
It’s now more than fifty-six years since President Kennedy was murdered and, over those years, new writers have looked for fresh ‘angles’ as they bid for their places in the exalted echelons of ‘assassination research’. The ability to self-publish has opened the floodgates...See more
It’s now more than fifty-six years since President Kennedy was murdered and, over those years, new writers have looked for fresh ‘angles’ as they bid for their places in the exalted echelons of ‘assassination research’. The ability to self-publish has opened the floodgates to a stampede of lunatics and liars. As each ‘topic seam’ becomes exhausted, conspiracy theorists are finding it harder to unearth new things to whine about. Cameron’s book about Roger Craig shows just how depleted the mine has become. However, before tackling the content of this book, the reader is directed to take note of the caveat which appears on the frontispiece pages. Incredibly, it states: “.. PORTIONS OF THIS BOOK ARE WORKS OF BOTH FICTION AND NONFICTION. Certain names and identifying characteristics have been changed, or withheld to protect privacy.” (The capitals for emphasis are mine.) So we are warned at the outset that the book contains things that have been made-up by the author and that the identities of some of the ‘people’ saying things cannot be known and, therefore, cannot be checked or verified. An example of this is Chapter 4. ‘The DCSD Insider’ is an ‘interview with an anonymous female and it’s an absolute hoot. If you’ve ever wondered where Oswald ‘really was’ fifteen minutes after the shooting, you’ll find ‘the answer’ on page 79. The angst-ridden foreword is written by David Ratcliffe. It’s the usual wailing-and-gnashing-of-teeth stuff. He quotes from James Douglass and has clearly been influenced by his self-loathing, peacenik malaise. Ratcliffe refers to Craig’s suicide as a “..martyrdom..” He sobs that Craig, “..never relinquished his steadfast devotion to the truth of what he saw..” Well, actually he did. As will be shown shortly, Craig was pathologically incapable of telling the truth. A little further on – and in the same vein – Phil Singer laments, “And while some others chose to alter their stories or keep silent, Roger Craig, at great personal risk, spoke the truth..” As will be shown, Craig changed his ‘stories’ with the same frequency as he changed his socks. Steve Cameron begins his contribution by sharing the (not insignificant) fact that he first began to suspect that the true story of Kennedy’s murder had not been told after he watched ‘The Men Who Killed Kennedy’ on TV. He wonders, “Why had I not learned about that in school?”. The answer, Steve, is that the entire series was baseless baloney – that’s why. Steve assures us that, Craig was, “Someone heralded by those who knew him, as being one of the greatest unsung heroes that the United States has ever seen.” That’s not true. Many people who knew him held him in very low regard. The first-generation of critics included the late Mary Ferrell. She remains revered by the conspiracy faithful even today. She said this of Craig: “I knew Roger Craig for several years before his death. It is my belief that Roger was a very sick young man. He had made a name for himself as a very promising young law enforcement officer. When he came forward with some of the "stories" he told following the events of that November weekend, he believed that he would be offered a great deal of money and, possibly, speaking engagements. I am very sorry to say that I am one of the few conspiracy nuts who never believed Roger Craig. When Roger made a number of speeches about the fact that "they" prevented him from getting a job, I talked my husband into giving him a job. Roger did not want to work. He wanted people to give him money because he had "seen something or other." I have made enemies because I have continued to say that I have never really believed him.” Ferrell was not alone in her opinion of Craig. He fares badly in Larry Sneed’s, ‘No More Silence’. Sneed interviewed plenty of people who knew and worked with Craig. The following words are a sampling of criticisms that interviewees made: “Unfortunately, [Craig] went nuts over [the assassination]. He was, what I call, just squirrelly.” (Jack Faulkner). “I saw Roger go from what I’d classify as an intelligent individual to one who couldn’t provide for his own family. […] Personally, I think that this subject damn near drove him crazy.” (Roy Vaughn) “But something seemed to happen after he was fired. Apparently he went off the deep end and got led into this conspiracy thing. I think that the more that people laughed at him, or the more that he was picked on about it, the worse he got, especially when he got involved with Garrison.” (Bill Courson) So, the fact is, not everyone who knew him heralded him as being, “.. one of the greatest unsung heroes that the United States has ever seen.” as Cameron contends. The entire issue of Craig’s veracity hinges on what he said whilst under oath and what he later claimed whilst not on oath and free of risk from perjury charges. In the interest of brevity, I’ll highlight just one of the most obvious lies that he told. In so doing, it will be seen – beyond any doubt – that Roger Craig was dishonest. In the days following the assassination, Craig made one written statement – Decker exhibit 5323 (XIX 524) and he was interviewed twice by the FBI – CE 1967 (XXIII 817) and CE 1993 (XXIV 23). In none of these submissions does he mention finding anything on the 6th floor. During his sworn testimony before the Warren Commission, in 1964, he was asked about the discovery of rifle shells on the 6th floor. Mr. BELIN: Did you see the empty cartridges when they were found? Mr. CRAIG: I didn''t see them when they were found. I saw them laying on the floor. Mr. BELIN: About how soon after they were found did you see them, laying on the floor? Mr. CRAIG: Oh, a couple of minutes. I went right on over there. I was at the far north end of the building. The cartridges were on the southeast corner. Mr. BELIN: Well, how did you know they had been found there? Did someone yell---or what? Mr. CRAIG: Yes; someone yelled across the room that "here''s the shells." Mr. BELIN: Do you remember who that was? Mr. CRAIG: No; I couldn''t recognize the voice. Mr. BELIN: All right. Then, what did you do? Mr. CRAIG: I went over there and--uh--didn''t get too close because the shells were laying on the ground and there was--uh--oh, a sack and a bunch of things laying over there. So, you know, not to bother the area, I just went back across. [...] Mr. BELIN: Do you remember seeing anything there other than the shells? Mr. CRAIG: No; not---uh---anything that caught my eye. Mr. BELIN: Where do you remember seeing the shells? Mr. CRAIG: They were laying on the--uh--well, as you''re facing the window---- Mr. BELIN: As you are facing the window and you''re looking south? Mr. CRAIG: The southeast corner window and you''re looking south, the shells would be on your right and back away from the window, as I recall, about a foot. Mr. BELIN: Do you recall any of the shells right up against the wall at all---- or, don''t you recall? Mr. CRAIG: No; I don''t; I didn''t look that close. Mr. BELIN: How many shells did you see there? Mr. CRAIG: I saw three. [...] Mr. BELIN: Did you look very closely at the area where the shells were found. Mr. CRAIG: Uh--no, because the identification men hadn''t arrived, and we didn’t want to stir up anything. (VI H 267-268) Pretty straightforward, right? The shells are only mentioned during his Commission testimony and Craig didn’t even see them until “a couple of minutes.” after the discovery. Fast forward to the Clay Shaw trial in New Orleans in 1969. This is what Craig testified to, under oath: Q: Did you notice any objects around this window at the time you observed it? A: Yes. Q: What were these? A: Three spent cartridges, a sack with some chicken bones in it -- Q: Anything else? A: No, there were some pasteboard boxes stacked up in front of it. That’s all Craig had to say about the shells during direct and cross examination. So, under oath, Craig said that he didn’t find the shells, he didn’t see them until a couple of minutes after they were found, he didn’t get too close to them, the shells were ‘back’ from the window, about a foot and he didn’t look that close. But… In his 1971 essay, ‘When They Kill A President’, he writes that, he and Luke Mooney “..immediately found..” the cartridge cases! This statement flatly contradicts his sworn, Commission testimony. He goes on to describe the positioning of the cases, “..laying in such a way that they looked as though they had carefully and deliberately placed there..”. That’s a pretty astute observation considering that Craig had previously said that he “..didn’t look that close”. It should also be noted that Craig’s description is completely at odds with Mooney’s. Craig writes that, “Mooney and I examined the cartridges very carefully..” That’s not what he told the Warren Commission and nor is it what Mooney told it. Craig continues, “The three of them were no more than one inch apart and all were facing the same direction,..” Again, for somebody who said, under oath, that he, “..didn’t look that close.”, this is a remarkable observation. Mooney’s description of the cartridge positions is entirely different. Roger Craig has lied. His statements are contradictory, mutually exclusive, incompatible, inconsistent and irreconcilable. Game over. One steee-rike and yerrrout! I would have liked to address some of Craig’s other dubious claims but, in the interest of brevity, I’ve had to omit them. The running man on the knoll, the discovery of a Mauser rifle and the confrontation in Fritz’s office will all have to wait another day. It’s at this point that Craig’s defenders will try to insist that his testimony was falsified by the Commission. Craig himself accused the Commission of doing exactly that. Interestingly, in his essay, he never says or suggests that this part of his testimony was altered. He doesn’t mention the shell case issue at all. The Commission didn’t alter anything, of course. We can be doubly sure of this because one of the Commission’s earliest and most vociferous critics – Harold Weisberg – took the trouble to check Craig’s claims. This is what he wrote: “Roger Craig may be a brave guy and all of that, but he is also full of what is generally reserved for toilets. I have gone over his annotation of his testimony, as printed, and his account of the changes is utterly impossible. I spent too many years working with court reporters, particularly, the firm the Commission used, to find it possible to credit this in any way. More, [I] have traced that testimony all the way from Dallas to the Government Printing Office, and it is printed as it was taken down, I have copies of the typescript sent to the GPO, and I have the letter of transmittal to DC the bills for taking it, the whole story. Roger is, despite Penn''s [Penn Jones] great love for him, at best simply wrong, in the newer areas, what he embellished his original testimony with. Now I have met Roger, and he is a fine looking, clean-cut kind of guy who appears to be truthful, serious and all that-just like dozens of guys I once guarded in an Army locked ward in a large mental institution. He does not impress me as the kind of guy who is out to make trouble. But he is.” If there had been any alterations, Weisberg would have been singing about them from the rooftop. So, there we have it. Roger Craig was dishonest and nothing that he ever said or wrote can be trusted. This book is a feeble attempt to rehabilitate Craig and it fails miserably. It fails even in spite of the fact that it freely acknowledges that it contains works of, ‘..fiction..’. On a lighter note: Craig’s manuscript includes some poetry that he wrote. There can’t be many Deputy Sheriffs who record their thoughts in verse so this is something new. James Files, of course, claimed to have shot JFK and he writes songs about it. But, Files is a bad dude and he’s bound to make-up stuff, isn’t he? Roger was one of the good guys, he wouldn’t make-up stuff, would he?… Barry Ryder
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 21, 2021
A true and honest policeman, who stuck to his honest memory of what he has seen, on that fateful day. He was hounded by the unknown forces (?) to get him to change his story to the crap that we are told to this day. JFK was murdered, and this fellow saw what happened. He...See more
A true and honest policeman, who stuck to his honest memory of what he has seen, on that fateful day. He was hounded by the unknown forces (?) to get him to change his story to the crap that we are told to this day. JFK was murdered, and this fellow saw what happened. He wouldn''t back down He paid with his life.
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The truth.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 3, 2020
Read the book and you will realize what really happened when JFK was assassinated.
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Remarkable story
Reviewed in Canada on January 2, 2021
Roger Craig, who I saw in a haunting interview on YouTube, paid a very high price for doing his job and telling the truth. This tears apart the myth you can succeed if you work hard enough. He did, and did nothing beyond tell what he saw. For that people far above his pay...See more
Roger Craig, who I saw in a haunting interview on YouTube, paid a very high price for doing his job and telling the truth. This tears apart the myth you can succeed if you work hard enough. He did, and did nothing beyond tell what he saw. For that people far above his pay grade ruined his life. The man is truly a hero, for no other reason than he refused to bow under and stuck to his beliefs about what was right.
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The Deputy Interviews: The True sale Story of J.F.K. Assassination Witness, and Former Dallas Deputy Sheriff, Roger Dean Craig (The Deputy: Roger Dean outlet sale Craig) sale

The Deputy Interviews: The True sale Story of J.F.K. Assassination Witness, and Former Dallas Deputy Sheriff, Roger Dean Craig (The Deputy: Roger Dean outlet sale Craig) sale

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