The Man Who Killed Kennedy

The Man Who Killed Kennedy

The Case Against LBJ

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"We appreciate Roger Stone, he is one tough cookie." - President Trump The sensational New York Times bestseller, now in paperback. Find out how and why LBJ had JFK assassinated. The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ hit the New York Times bestseller list the week of the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Consummate political insider Roger Stone makes a compelling case that Lyndon Baines Johnson had the motive, means, and opportunity to orchestrate the murder of JFK. Stone maps out the case that LBJ blackmailed his way on the ticket in 1960 and was being dumped in 1964 to face prosecution for corruption at the hands of his nemesis attorney Robert Kennedy. Stone uses fingerprint evidence and testimony to prove JFK was shot by a long-time LBJ hit man℗اnot Lee Harvey Oswald. President Johnson would use power from his personal connections in Texas, from the criminal underworld, and from the United States government to escape an untimely end in politics and to seize even greater power. President Johnson, the thirty-sixth president of the United States, was the driving force behind a conspiracy to murder President Kennedy on November 22, 1963. In The Man Who Killed Kennedy, you will find out how and why he did it. Legendary political operative and strategist Roger Stone has gathered documents and uses his firsthand knowledge to construct the ultimate tome to prove that LBJ was not only involved in JFK's assassination, but was in fact the mastermind. Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Arcade imprint, are proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in history--books about World War II, the Third Reich, Hitler and his henchmen, the JFK assassination, conspiracies, the American Civil War, the American Revolution, gladiators, Vikings, ancient Rome, medieval times, the old West, and much more.
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Topical Term: Conspiracies -- United States -- History -- 19th century
Conspiracies -- United States -- History -- 20th century
Johnson, Lyndon B -- (Lyndon Baines), -- 1908-1973
Kennedy, John F -- (John Fitzgerald), -- 1917-1963 -- Assassination
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Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : The New Press, 2014
ISBN: 9781632200402
Branch Call Number: eBOOK
E842.9 .S384 2014
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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candlesticktroughs
Feb 18, 2020

As I was saying, Roger's book detailing LBJ's participation in the plot which killed JFK, is not so good as MASTERMIND OF THE ASSASSINATION. Nevertheless, it helps us to have his contribution to the legitimate literature. By 'legitimate', I mean writings which tend to enlighten, not to obscure the truth. Or should I say, THE TRUTH. Or, the TRUTH. / I'm not one who holds with the theory that what happened to John Fitzgerald Kennedy--as well as us--was brought upon him--and us, by himself, and, by us. This is the fallacy of solipcism, and of narcissism. It meanders into the territory of guilt complexes, and self-hatred. I guess the philosophers would call this 'extreme idealism.' One or more of those earlier European Philosophers made this error. It is the opposite, if you will, of 'literalism'. If I go for a walk in a jungle, and a leopard springs from a tree limb overhead, onto my head, and kills me, am I to be said of, that I caused this calamity to happen? What then happens to the system of justice? I've read a version of this in a metaphysical philosopher from the late 20th century. He said, 'if the universe is against you (i.e. hates you), then it's your fault'. This "thinking" allows for conspiracies to go blameless. When a Mafia don sends a hit man to kill you and your family, it's your fault. And whoever did the job is the only one arrested, if ever anyone is arrested./ As far as JFK's gruesome death is concerned ( a coup d'état), I have had m.d.s say to me,' it's too gory to think or to talk about'.

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candlesticktroughs
Aug 18, 2017

"Hoover, by using his extensive file on John Kenndy, had bought himself more time in the bureau, but with the mandatory US government retirement age of seventy approaching, time was running short. The choice for the director became simple: It was either them or him. He began to discredit or ignore vital intelligence from reliable sources concerning the president's safety at the hands of the Mafia."/ " It was not a lapse in reason when Bill Walton (not the ex-basketballer) said, ' Dallas was the ideal location for such a crime.' " " Many involved knew the environment intimately, making facts surrounding the assassination easy to manipulate." " The point was made clear by Billy Sol Este's daughter in her book BILLY SOL: KING OF THE TEXAS WHEELER DEALERS: ' A year and a half later, after John Kennedy was shot while riding down the streets of Dallas in an effort to mend his Texas political ties, Daddy said, 'It looks like Lyndon won after all.' " "Even though the association between Oswald and Ruby is murky, it is crystal clear that both men had connections with Carlos Marcello." " One of his deputies, Nofio Pecora, had received a telephone call from Ruby on October 30, 1963." " ' Stone reveals that Nixon was convinced that Johnson had a hand in Kennedy's murder, and that both Barry Goldwater and the KGB came to the same conclusion. Stone indicts J. Edgar Hoover, Gerald Ford, and Arlen Specter for their respective roles in the cover-up' " " ' Nixon recognized Ruby as a 'Johnson man' who was a paid informant for the House Un- American Activities Committee during the 1940s.' " the book says that insiders such as Roy Cohn, and Fat Tony Salerno confirmed these allegations, along with former Attorney General John Mitchell. In the six months before they were scheduled to testify before the House Select Committee, in 1977, several FBI employees died, including William Sullivan, Hoover's #2, who died in a 'hunting accident' not far from his home. Robert Daniels, who shot him, received a slap on the wrist for killing the #2 FBI man: a $500 fine, and a ten year suspension of his hunting license. Stone wrote a few controversial books. I think it is this one which turned the spotlight on him, leading to his troubles, today. Wherefrom does the Deep State originate, if not from the Dulles-Hoover-LBJ coalition, which led to the physical downfall of JFK?

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trotter73
Mar 31, 2017

If the stories written in this book about LBJ's dirty past are true, it wouldn't surprise me if he was a willing collaborator in the assassination.

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StarGladiator
Feb 25, 2016

I agree with commenter, bdmcn50, some interesting stuff, but nothing to implicate LBJ as other than one of the colluders, perhaps [LBJ was close to being indicted], so he was easily manipulated, since had JFK not been murdered by CIA contracted assassins from the French fascist group, the OAS, LBJ would have gone to jail! [Two very important financial points always missed about LBJ: he gave the banksters two very important tools: ended the speculation tax, in effect since 1914, and signed the amendment to the Bank Act, allowing for foreign ownership of banks by US banks, a necessary step for a global banking cartel.]

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