Lyndon B. Johnson behind John F. Kennedy's assassination
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I spent a couple of weeks checking the sources and validity of the facts presented on the CD. Sadly, they are all true. It's a shocking story and a sad one. It reveals not only the evil that once existed, but reminds us of the evil that still exists in our country. It's a story about power, greed, sex and drugs. It's an American story. Here is what it told:
The print, as it turns out, belongs to Malcolm Wallace, the long time friend and associate of president Lyndon Baines Johnson.
The science of fingerprint analysis instead examines many unique features found in the fingerprint patterns. It is an exact science. A match is given a score based on the number of elements that are identical on any two sets of prints. A "match" is usually confirmed if there are at least 12 identical elements.
The prints from Dallas and Wallace match on 14 unique points. What's more intriguing is that a recent documentary on the subject obtained the analysis of a fingerprint expert who had done this type of work for 35 years. Upon his examination he found a correlation of 34 points. There's no doubt -- it's Wallace.
Malcolm Wallace was born and educated in Texas. He was an intelligent man who graduated from the University of Texas and was quickly recruited by Lyndon Johnson and given a job at the Federal Department of Agriculture.
Kinser was gunned down in his golf club. Shortly after, Wallace was arrested and found guilty of First Degree Murder. During his 10 day trial, Wallace was represented by LBJ's own lawyer. Johnson took a room near to the courthouse and had runners keep him updated on the testimony and proceedings. To everyone's surprise, the trial concluded with Wallace receiving a 5 years suspended sentence!
On June 3, 1961, Mac Wallace knocked Henry Marshall unconscious with a blunt object, fed the unconscious man carbon monoxide from a hose attached to Wallace's pick-up truck, then shot him five times with a bolt-action .22 caliber rifle and dumped him in a remote corner of Marshall's farm near Franklin, Texas. Justice of the Peace Lee Farmer pronounced the death a suicide and ordered Marshall buried without an autopsy -- over the protests of Marshall's widow. Despite this, the local authorities, under the influence of the Johnson gang, declared that he had "committed suicide."
Most of us knew Lyndon Banes Johnson as "LBJ" -- the tall man with the Texas accent who reluctantly assumed the responsibilities as the 46th president of the United States following the assasination of John Kennedy. Some of us remember him addressing the nation, looking like a sad hound dog, regretting that more American soldiers had died in the Vietnam War -- a conflict that divided the nation between Democrats and Republicans, between the old and the young and between the rich and the poor.
|This photo was among the personal archives of Lyndon Johnson, collected after his death. Known as the "Box 13 Scandal," many believe it supports the stories that the election was rigged.|
As you probably guessed, the Del Charro was no ordinary hotel. In the 1950's the room rate officially started at $150 per night. Murchison, a multi-millionaire, certainly didn't run it to make a profit. No. If you stayed at the Del Charro your food and lodging were usually pro bono.
The Del Charro was quid pro quo and provided a social atmosphere where organized crime, the FBI chief, big oil money and political power could mingle.
Gradually, organized crime, Hoover and big oil were becoming frustrated with JFK. Nixon also had his axe to grind, having been defeated by Kennedy in the 1960 presidential election.
The evening before Kennedy's assasination there was a dinner party at the Murchison mansion in Dallas, Texas. The special guest was J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the FBI. Other high level guests included Richard Nixon, H. L. Hunt (of Hunt Oil) and other special "guests" from the roster of the Del Charro Hotel.
In the following memorandum from the Director of the CIA, Lee Harvey Oswald is clearly identified as a CIA agent:
Edward Clark, acting on orders from Lyndon Johnson, had arranged for all the parties who wanted Kennedy killed to contribute either cash or manpower. It was like a poker game with each player putting his chips in the pot. Oswald was the CIA's contribution. Malcolm Wallace was Johnson's chip. The mob contributed two expert hit men to take the head-on shot as a back-up to Oswald and Wallace. Big oil, namely Murchison, put up the cash.
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The Hunt Oil Company stands to benefit from the the new war in Iraq. Bush senior became head of the Carlyle Group, a cabal of arms and weapons dealers profiting from the war on terror... And Robert Kennedy, the Attorney General who likely knew what really happened - was himself assassinated on the brink of continuing the policies of his brother, JFK.
1. "A man walked into my shop in Richmond, VA about 10 years ago. While he quietly looked around- two friends of mine and I were discussing an odd book by one H. Donahue about JFK killing. The man shopping asked me for a certain item then said "That book you are talking about is ridiculous, I know all of the people involved and nothing at all happened like that, I was there."
Also famous for photos of him pushing Ms. Kennedy back into the limo (I said that I'd never use his name). Anyway,I shamelessly chased this rather nice man to his car and begged him to tell me "who did it?", he said and I quote "I can't tell you that but let me ask YOU a question... Who was our next president?"
If anyone had seen this man that day they'd know he was telling the truth.
My father was (coincidentally) a ballistics expert who recreated JFK killing for Warren C. and television show,his opinions were never used by Warren C. and fathers' schoolmate, Bill Manchester just said "Keep your findings to yourself."
I absolutely believe that LBJ orchestrated JFK death and to think back on a photograph of the time showing LBJ being sworn in standing next to Mrs. Kennedy wearing her gore splattered dress is beyond comprehension.
Michael -- Towson,MD."
2. "I am glad someone finally put together all the pieces about LBJ. I have thought for years that he was the man behind it. In about 1992 I met two different people who convinced me it was in fact LBJ.
The first guy was LBJs chopper pilot. He told me that he was flying LBJ to an event in a football stadium in Texas. He said some joker in the secret service had put a GOLD H20 bumper sticker on the bottom of the chopper and everyone saw it as the chopper was landing. He said LBJ got pissed, blamed him for it and sent him to Vietnam. He said he had never given an interview to anyone in the press although he had been asked many times.
At the time I told him I thought LBJ had something to do with the JFK assassination.. his response was to simply say " I would like to stay alive so we will not talk about that".. conversation ended. Before I had made the assassination comment, he told me that he had been to the LBJ ranch several times and had heard LBJ talking and was appalled at the nasty comments LBJ made about JFK. He said LBJ hated the Kennedys.
I met another man who at the time was in charge of Army Air traffic control worldwide. Surprise to me, I didn't know the Army did air traffic control..but I am not a military man. Anyway our conversation somehow came around to the JFK thing and I made the statement that I thought LBJ was behind it. His response was: ""Interesting you say that. I have a friend, his first name is Noel, he is a CIA manager.
He was the manager of the CIA agent that supposedly killed himself not long ago by wrapping a lamp cord around his neck while he was staying in a Hotel out west. Noel and I were drinking one night and for no apparent reason, just out of the blue he made the comment: "wonder how the American people would take it if they knew one President had another President killed?" I just listened and made no comment and asked no questions, I had known Noel long enough I knew not to ask questions.
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