"This book is Blaine's rebuttal to what he says is the outrageous maligning of the Secret Service, especially in Abraham Bolden's The Echo from Dealey Plaza, which charges the agents with drinking and carousing." Oh gee whiz, now where have we heard that before? (Quite recently, in fact, so be sure to add "soliciting prostitutes while on duty" to the charges of continuous dereliction of duty by America's most famous draft-dodgers, the men of the US Secret Service - - which the Kennedy brothers were planning on replacing on presidential detail with US Marshals, a far more honorable and trustworthy bunch!)
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