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LBJ Book the Man Who Killed Kennedy

LBJ Book the Man Who Killed Kennedy

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Published by Juan Viche
LBJ book The Man Who Killed Kennedy, the Case against LBJ by Roger Stone will be a game changer in JFK Assassination research, ref: http://tekgnosis.typepad.com/tekgnosis/2013/06/lbj-book-the-man-who-killed-kennedy-the-case-against-lbj-by-roger-stone-will-be-a-game-changer-in-jf.html
LBJ book The Man Who Killed Kennedy, the Case against LBJ by Roger Stone will be a game changer in JFK Assassination research, ref: http://tekgnosis.typepad.com/tekgnosis/2013/06/lbj-book-the-man-who-killed-kennedy-the-case-against-lbj-by-roger-stone-will-be-a-game-changer-in-jf.html

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LBJ book The Man Who Killed Kennedy, the Case against LBJ by Roger Stone will be agame changer in JFK Assassination research
If any of you would like to join the LBJ Accountability Squad, please email me your name andphone number. We are trying to get op-eds placed in newspapers as well as to alert the mediato cover authors who have books indicting Lyndon Johnson in the JFK assassination. Also, wewill have a presence in Dallas for the 50
with baseball caps and t-
shirts “LBJ Did It!”
James Tague also has a fine book coming out and we will be promoting that one as well.
Robert Morrow 512-306-1510
LBJ Conspired To Kill JFK & Ford Played Role In Cover-Up Says Book By PresidentialAide
By Jacob EngelsWith the 50
anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy justmonths away, a new groundbreaking history of that day attempts to prove that theKennedy killing was not the work of a lone gunman in Dealey Plaza in Dallas butactually was a complex plot masterminded by the man wh
o “was a heartbeat awayfrom the presidency.”
 The facts and conclusions
many of them made public for the first time
are all
wrapped up in Roger Stone‟s revelatory book, “The Man Who Killed Kennedy, the Caseagainst LBJ,” scheduled for publication Novem
ber 1, but already No. 1 on Amazon forpre-
sales in the Political/Public Affairs category. It‟s a must read for history buffs or
anyone seeking the truth about the 20
Century‟s most famous slaying.
 Although Stone details the involvement of rogue elements of the CIA and the mob in
JFK‟s death, it is Stone‟s contention that one vice president, LBJ directed the murder
and another future Vice President , Gerald Ford, played a pivotal role in the cover up.Both would succeed to the presidency.Stone, who served as a senior staffer on eight national Republican presidentialcampaigns, says his book is the first real distillation of the facts by a White House
insider. “I served as a political aide to both President Nixon and President Reagan,”
he says, which, he adds, separates his book from the others, which explore the events
of November 22, 1963. Stone had extensive interviews with Nixon and formerAttorney General John Mitchell for his book.
Maybe you can‟t handle the truth, but Stone can and does in black and white … and
red. His conclusion, as you can see from the subtitle of the book is that Lyndon
Johnson, Kennedy‟s vice president but no friend of Kennedy or of the Kennedy clan,
was the key man behind the assassination.
“It was LBJ who insisted JFK visit Texas,” Stone says. “Johnson took no interest in the
Houston and Austin stops, but he micro-
managed JFK‟s time in Dallas.” At the time
the vice president was facing Justice Department and Senate investigations into
corruption, “charges that could lead to political disgrace and even jail time,” the
author and political pundit adds.Life magazine was scheduled to publish an investigative story on LBJ's wheeling anddealing with Texas con-
man Billie Sol Estes the Saturday after JFK‟s visit to Dallas
that also could have sent the vice president to jail, Stone says. Also the Senate wasbeginning public hearings into corruption charges by long-time Johnson pal BobbyBaker, who had been the Senate's Secretary to the Majority leader where he got the
nickname “Little Lyndon.” Those hearings could have exposed and implicated
Johnson. Feeling the growing heat on Capitol Hill that could engulf LBJ as well, Bakerhad resigned his Senate post in early October.
LBJ‟s ties to Baker made Kennedy wary. According to the president‟
s secretary,Evelyn Lincoln, Kennedy told her was planning to drop Johnson from the Democraticticket in 1964 in favor of North Carolina Gov. Terry Sanford, a move that would surely
have ended LBJ‟s political career.
“LBJ kept in constant touch with his Se
nate allies by phone all day November 22, the
day the hearings opened and the very day of JFK‟s assassination,” Stone notes.
Stone adds as further proof of Johnson‟s complicity in the murder that “On November
21, LBJ tells his mistress Madeline Brown, who
bore him a son, „After tomorrow thoseSOBs will never embarrass me again. That's not a threat, that's a promise.‟”
There are other aspects of that day in Dallas that support Stone‟s conclusions. For
example, Johnson and Texas Gov. John Connally, who rode with JFK in themotorcade, insisted on the route that took them slowly past the Texas School BookDepository, despite resistance from Kennedy aides Jerry Bruno and Ken O'Donnell. Atthe last minute LBJ tried to convince JFK to have Connally ride in the Presidentiallimousine and let his bitter enemy Senator Ralph Yarborough ride with Kennedy. The
Secret Service violated it‟s long
-standing policy against slow 120-degree turns, whichthe motorcade had to make entering Dealey Plaza.
“I worked on multiple Presidential trips for Ronald Reagan,” Stone adds. “I can tell
you that the Secret Service never decides a motorcade route, they only advise.
Connally threatened to scrub the visit if JFK‟s aides didn‟t agree to his route plan.”
 The Secret Service also failed secure the tall buildings on both sides of the street,standard procedure whenever the presidential motorcade is scheduled to drop below
40 MPH,” notes the author, who made more than a dozen presidential flights aboard
Air Force One with Nixon and Reagan. The Dallas Police reduced the motorcycle
escort supposed to ride three abreast on each side of the President‟s car to just two
motorcycle policemen and they were ordered to ride behind the Presidentiallimousine.Conspiracy and cover-up theories have flouris
hed ever since Kennedy‟s death. But
according to Stone, perhaps the most pivotal figure in the coverup and the one who isoften overlooked in the saga was former President Gerald Ford.In 1997, 20 years after he left the White House Ford, a vocal proponent of the single-assassin theory, acknowledged that while a member of the Warren Commission he
made a few “changes” in the famous report. “My changes were only an attempt to be
more precise,'' Ford told the AP when the text alterations were revealed.What Ford had done was to raise the point of impact of the deadly bullet a couple of inches so that it appeared to have struck Kennedy not in the upper back ( as theTexas Death certificate recorded) but in the lower neck, as the commission's finalreport contended, which made the report more consistent with the premise that
Oswald had acted alone. As the AP reported, “the effect of Ford's change was to
bolster the commission's conclusion that a single bullet passed through Kennedy andseverely wounded Texas Gov. John Connally, a crucial element in its finding that LeeHarvey Oswald was the sole gunman and only three shots were fired.
Photos of the president‟s bloody shirt indeed show a bullet h
ole below the collar.Admiral George Burkley, a Navy doctor present at JFK's autopsy noted that thePresident's wound was "in the posterior back at about the level of the third thoracicvertebrae". "Ford lied to conceal the truth about there being more than three shotsand therefore more than one shooter" said Stone. "Ford did more to advance the coverup than any other person"According to Newsweek magazine Ford was viewed as the CIA's man in Congress andwas working within the Warren Commission at the behest of FBI Director J. EdgarHoover to insure the Warren Commission report conclusions matched an FBI report on
the killing issued only weeks after the murder, which Stone‟s book reveals.
 So who actually pulled the trigger that killed Kennedy? Not Oswald, says Stone.
“Oswald is a patsy. LBJ‟s buddy Malcolm Mac Wallace, a Marine marksman was thereal shooter from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository building,” Stone

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