Well some of it's plausible. Too many events turned on their heads matter of factly for my comfort. Harrison supposedly died of pneumonia. Poison is possible I suppose, but what was the motive, he'd only been in office a little over a month. Even Tecumseh's curse sounds more reasonable than that and would certainly be well deserved. McKinley was killed by a deranged would be anarchist, Leon Czolgosz, who claimed he'd been inspired by Emma Goldman, though all his attempts to meet her had been rebuffed. I don't think there is any evidence at all for a conspiracy, though he didn't do Emma any favors by saying he was a follower of her's. Rennie Davis as a CIA plant? Hmm, would explain somewhat why he later became a Jehovah's Witness and insurance salesman. I've always wondered about that. Jerry Rubin too later sold out in a big way, but he never seemed much more than a clown to distract the media, anyway. I think Hoffman was on the level and if the CIA was behind the Chicago demo, which I doubt, Hoffman wasn't aware of it. I think it's more plausible that the demo was the grassroots effort it appeared and if there was dirty work involved it was in whatever inspired Daley to allow his police to run amok. I don't get the Vatican outrage over Cuba and Vietnam? A lot of thoughts come to mind about Castro but Jesuit isn't near the top of the list. The Vatican is said to be extremely anti-communist even to the point of giving nazis the Order of Malta, if the stories are to be believed, so why would they support Castro just for having a catholic background? Cokie Roberts isn't someone on my christmas list, but to suggest she was involved in a hit on her own father in order to give her career a boost seems a stretch. Some of the data directly surrounding the assassination seems the strongest, there is certainly circumstantial evidence linking Bush to a cover up. Apart from that it's too convoluted with too too many unsupported threads of connection, genealogies that may or may not be true, dubious motives for which no evidence is offered, so there's no way to assess it. His heart seems in the right place but I'd need a lot more to begin to accept it.