Mark Lane is the renowned author of Rush to Judgment (1966), Plausible Denial: Was the CIA involved in the assassination of JFK?(1991) and, The Last Word: My Indictment of the CIA in the Murder of JFK (2011) and other books. Mark was among the very first to question the official story, and he has been the loudest, most prominent voice and the most visible face of Oswald innocence and JFK truth in the world. Mark Lane died on May 12, 2016, at which time he became, always and forever, a posthumous and beloved senior member of the Oswald Innocence Campaign.
Now read this about the trial in which Mark Lane convinced a jury that the E. Howard Hunt (and the CIA) were involved in killing JFK:
"In 1978, when a small magazine ran a story by CIA renegade Victor Marchetti linking ex-CIA operative and convicted Watergate burglar E. Howard Hunt to the assassination, Hunt sued for defamation. Lane signed on as defense counsel for the publication, and set out to prove the truth of the allegations against Hunt and the CIA. Lane’s investigation uncovered a web of conspiracy that involved anti-Castro Cubans, Watergate conspirators, and public officials at the highest levels of the intelligence community. The forewoman of the jury, Leslie Armstrong, stated that “Mr. Lane was asking us to do something very difficult. He was asking us to believe that John Kennedy had been killed by our own government. Yet when we examined the evidence, we were compelled to conclude that the CIA had indeed killed President Kennedy.”
Mark Lane did what Jim Garrison couldn't: he convinced a jury that the official story of the JFK assassination is a bloodied lie.