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Alex Ferguson, who recently retired as manager of Manchester United, has admitted that he is extremely interested in the assassination of JFK. Gordon Brown, the former British prime minister, is also a student of the case. Over the years he has communicated with Ferguson on the assassination. According to Ferguson: "Gordon sent me 35 CDs on it, which was brilliant of him."

Ferguson, a staunch socialist, was an active trade unionist at the time of the assassination: ""As a young man, Kennedy was my era. At the time, I was very much involved in the trade unions and I was very ideological, so Kennedy presented a new vision of politics. He had his critics and I have read some fantastic books on it, but in his time as President, I don't think anyone had to deal with so many issues and he dealt with the lot in this three years in office. I have a copy of JFK's autopsy report. I got a letter from the lad who runs the JFK assassination committee and he sent me the report. I also have a brand new copy of the Warren Report signed by the former president, Gerald Ford, which is the only one he signed, so it's one of a kind."

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Alex Ferguson, who recently retired as manager of Manchester United, has admitted that he is extremely interested in the assassination of JFK. Gordon Brown, the former British prime minister, is also a student of the case. Over the years he has communicated with Ferguson on the assassination. According to Ferguson: "Gordon sent me 35 CDs on it, which was brilliant of him."

Ferguson, a staunch socialist, was an active trade unionist at the time of the assassination: ""As a young man, Kennedy was my era. At the time, I was very much involved in the trade unions and I was very ideological, so Kennedy presented a new vision of politics. He had his critics and I have read some fantastic books on it, but in his time as President, I don't think anyone had to deal with so many issues and he dealt with the lot in this three years in office. I have a copy of JFK's autopsy report. I got a letter from the lad who runs the JFK assassination committee and he sent me the report. I also have a brand new copy of the Warren Report signed by the former president, Gerald Ford, which is the only one he signed, so it's one of a kind."

The only one he signed? One of a kind? I'm not so sure.

http://www.abebooks.com/REPORT-WARREN-COMMISSION-ASSASSINATION-PRESDENT-KENNEDY/9906635606/bd

http://www.ebay.com/itm/President-Gerald-Ford-Signed-John-Kennedy-Warren-Report-Flatsigned-Press-Easton-/111065074115?rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222002%26algo%3DSIC.FIT%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D15054%26meid%3D7703793923218377220%26pid%3D100005%26prg%3D1125%26rk%3D1%26sd%3D161025783134%26

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http://www.thespoiler.co.uk/2009/03/05/revealed-alex-fergusons-memorabilia-collection/

Revealed: Alex Ferguson's memorabilia collection

...According to Manchester Utd’s official magazine Inside Utd, Fergie owns one of the few copies of JFK’s autopsy report. He says:

“Given the scale of the event, parts have been documented in the Press but it’s very interesting to read through the whole thing. Especially when you consider what an important piece of documentation it is.”

Edited by Josh Cron
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