Table of contents for JFK and Sam : the connection between the Giancana and Kennedy assassinations / Antoinette Giancana, John R. Hughes, and Thomas H. Jobe.

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Prologue
1	The Tragic Events of November 22, 1963 as Reported by the Media
2	The Warren Commission: Their Interpretation of the Events of November 22, 1963
3	Deficiencies of the Report from the Warren Commission: The Scanty Evidence for their 
Conclusions
4	Who Has Got a Correct Insight into the Assassination?
5	Sam Giancana's Major Event- Linkage with the Kennedy Killing?
6	The Essence of Our Theory of the Kennedy and Giancana Assassinations
7	Sam Giancana: The Double Cross by JFK
8	The Church Committee on Assassination Plots; Prelude to the Assassination of Sam 
Giancana
9	The Mob Loses an Empire in Cuba, Harassment by the Kennedys
10	Major Harassment by the Kennedys
11	Bay of Pigs: Its Role in Creating Enemies of JFK
12	Military Industrial Complex: Creating an Enemy of the Suppliers of the War Machine
13	Role of the FBI in JFK Assassination: Sequence of Events; Early 1960's
14	Lee Harvey Oswald: Why He Was Not a "Lone Nut"
15	The Story of Dead-Eye: The Real Killer of President Kennedy
16	Critical Evaluation of Dead-Eye: What are the Criticisms Against Him?
17	Overview of the Assassinations of Kennedy and Giancana: Their Relationships and 
Speculations
PROLOGUE
Who can hear the words "grassy knoll" or "Texas School Book Depository" without a shudder of 
horror? Who can forget that one minute our handsome, smiling President was waving to the 
crowds lining the route of his motorcade, and the next minute Jacqueline in her brave pink suit 
was trying to hold his shattered head together? It happened too quickly. We were stunned, 
chilled. How could someone who seemed larger than life in one second be reduced to a bloody 
death?
Neither can we forget the solemn slow funeral march back in Washington, the riderless black 
horse, the dignitaries from around the world risking their own lives by walking unprotected past 
crowds of watchers in order to honor our President.
No matter what sorry scandals have been revealed since, at that moment in history, John 
Fitzgerald Kennedy was our leader, much admired, energetic, elegant, a figure from Camelot, 
and he was mourned.
What threads of hatred tangled together at that spot, at that time, to lead him to a rendezvous 
with an assassin's bullet?
References
Most of the books dealing with this type of subject matter devote up to 20 percent of their pages 
to hundreds of references to support each fact that is presented. Although these references can 
lend a sense of credibility and coherence to the points made, we opted simply to provide a 
framework for Antoinette Giancana's recollections. We have decided not to add these hundreds 
of references, especially because so many of the many books on the Kennedy assassination 
already have these documentations and our facts are similar to those already published, not to 
mention the huge documentary material released under the Freedom of Information Act. If the 
reader wishes to explore any point in depth, we recommended the following books which have 
provided so much of our own data.
Brown, Madeline. Texas in the Morning. The Conservatory Press, Baltimore, MD, 1997.
Brashler, William. The Don: The Life and Death of Sam Giancana. Harper and Row, New York, 
1977.
Church, F. Forrester. Father and Son. A Personal Biography of Senator Frank Church of Idaho. 
Harper and Row, New York, 1985.
Confessions of an Assassin. The Murder of JFK. MPI Home Video, UTL Productions, 1996.
Crimaldi, Charles as told to Kidner. John Crimaldi: Contract Killer. Acropolis Books, 
Washington, D. C. 1976.
Dale, Peter Scott. Deep Politics and the Death of JFK. Univ. California Press, Berkeley, 1993.
Davis, John H. Mafia Kingfish. Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy. 
Signet Books, New York, 1989.
Demaris, O. Captive City, Lyle Stuart, Inc., New York, 1969.
Exner, Judith Campbell. My Story. Grove Press, New York, 1977.
Giancana, Antoinette. Mafia Princess. William Morrow Co., New York, 1984.
Giancana, Chuck and Giancana, Sam. Double Cross. Warner Books, New York, 1992.
Groden, Robert J. The Search for Lee Harvey Oswald. Penguin Books, New York, 1995.
Groden, Robert J. The Killing of the President. Viking Studio Books, New York, 1993.
Hersh, J. M. Dark Side of Camelot. Little Brown Co., Boston, 1997.
Lane, Mark. Rush to Judgment. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York, 1966.
Livingstone, Harrison and Groden, Robert. High Treason. Conservatory Press, Baltimore, MD, 
1989.
Marrs, Jim. Crossfire. Carroll & Graf, New York, 1990.
North, Mark. Act of Treason, the Role of J. Edgar Hoover in the Assassination of President 
Kennedy. Carroll & Graf, New York, 1991.
Posner, Gerald. Case Closed. Random House, New York, 1993.
President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy Report. (the Warren 
Report). U.S. GPO, Washington, DC, 1979.
Prouty, L. Fletcher. JFK, The CIA, Vietnam and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy. Carol, 
New York, 1992.
Ragano, Frank and Raab, Selwyn. Mob Lawyer, Charles Scribner's Son, New York, 1994.
Roemer, William F. Man Against the Mob, Fine Inc., New York, 1989.
Roberts, Craig. Kill Zone, Consolidated Press International, Tulsa, OK, 1997.
Russo, Gus. Live By The Sword, Bancroft Press, Baltimore, MD, 1998.
Scott, Peter Dale. Deep Politics and The Death of JFK, California Press, Ltd., London, 1993.
Sinatra, Tina. My Father's Daughter: A Memoir. Simon & Schuster, New York, 2000.
Summers, Anthony. Not in Your Lifetime. Shooting Star Press, New York, 1998.
United States House of Representative Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA). 
Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Hearings and Appendices to 
Hearings, 12 Vol. 95th Congress, 2nd Session. U.S. GPO, Washington, D. C., 1978/79.
United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to 
Intelligence Activities (The Church Committee). Alleged Assassination Plots Involving Foreign 
Leaders, November 20, 1975, 94th Congress, 1st Session, U.S. GPO, Washington, D. C., 1975
United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to 
Intelligence Activities (The Church Committee). Final Report, GPO, Washington, D. C., April 
23, 1976.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Giancana, Sam, 1908-1975.
Criminals -- United States -- Biography.
Mafia -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination.