In my new book The Plan, I've written quite a lot about the late Mississippi U.S. Senator James O. Eastland. This new book is historical fiction and Eastland is one of the "real" people I've used to tell the story of two lawyers, "Clinton Moore" and "Joe Means."
In the following chapter, Moore is going back in time, examining some of the papers he's collected over the years that show Eastland's dark past. Moore is trying to figure out who killed his friend, Means. Both men had been involved in trying to solve cold cases of the civil rights era, including the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King.
You might be surprised, after reading this chapter, when you start searching Sovereignty Commission files for yourself. At the end of this chapter is a link that will help you get started. Susan
What are your thoughts? Do you think that Eastland might have been involved in some way in the assassination of the president?
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