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    Very interesting interview here connecting the dots for LBJ and the JFK assassination. Johnson was an evil man.



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    Default Re: LBJ and the Killing of JFK with Roger Stone

    but I still think the best rerference to the JFK assasination is still Dr. Joesph Farrell's "LBJ and the Conspiracy to Kill Kennedy" + Jim Marrs' "Crossfire" (Farrell quotes much from this book)- but the Marrs book was the inspiration for the Oliver Stone film "JFK" which I believe is one of Hollywood's few historical films that comes the closest to the truth-

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    The History Channel put out a series called "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" back in the early 2000's. One of the episodes detailed all of the evidence supporting the idea that LBJ was involved in the assassination plot. I watched the episode on TV and found much of it credible. So at that time, I assumed that the world was facing facts and talking about reality in terms of JFK, and abandoning the Oswald myth. Fast forward many years later, I find out that LBJ's family protested that episode and it was scrubbed from history, left out of future airings of the series, etc. For a while there in popular culture, it seemed like the truth was coming out. Now, most of the references you see in popular culture just point to the Lone Assassin official government theory.
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    Default Re: LBJ and the Killing of JFK with Roger Stone

    I'd recommend watching Corbett Report on the JFK / Fed myth.


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    Default Re: LBJ and the Killing of JFK with Roger Stone

    Quote Posted by Merry Mom (here)
    The History Channel put out a series called "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" back in the early 2000's. One of the episodes detailed all of the evidence supporting the idea that LBJ was involved in the assassination plot. I watched the episode on TV and found much of it credible. So at that time, I assumed that the world was facing facts and talking about reality in terms of JFK, and abandoning the Oswald myth. Fast forward many years later, I find out that LBJ's family protested that episode and it was scrubbed from history, left out of future airings of the series, etc. For a while there in popular culture, it seemed like the truth was coming out. Now, most of the references you see in popular culture just point to the Lone Assassin official government theory.
    I quite enjoyed The Men Who Killed Kennedy. Yes, it consisted of 9 episodes for which the final 3 were aired only once (The Smoking Guns, The Love Affair, The Guilty Men), with the final episode taking aim at LBJ. The official DVD release only consists of the first 6 episodes, mainly due to the lawsuit threatened by the Johnson estate. The above interview with Roger Stone gives more of a glimpse of Johnson's connection to the assassination than TMWKK. Folks can find the final 3 episodes online easily.

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    After I read Barr McClellan's book "Blood, Money, and Power" I had no remaining doubt that LBJ was involved. It's strange that with all of this well-researched and extremely convincing documentation, people will still cling to the enormously flawed and out-of-date Warren Commission report.
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    Default Re: LBJ and the Killing of JFK with Roger Stone

    I remember reading an account of Mac Wallace, and how he had carried out a series of murders, including of LBJ's sister, all to cover up LBJ's sordid affairs. Also, Wallace's fingerprint was found, and identified as his, in the 'sniper's nest' in the repository, which Stone cites. These facts corroborate that Stone is largely quoting the truth, and his analysis is well based in well researched info on the jfk assassination.

    It is interesting that Stone cites all of these indicators of a vast web of a conspiracy surrounding jfk and rfk's assassinations, including implicating the cia, the fbi, the mob, cuban nationals and the military-industrial complex, as well as confirming the presence of multiple groups of shooters at jfk's killing, yet he says he 'doesn't believe in' the 'deep conspiracy theories'. The fact that he doesn't consider that the bush jr. presidency has seriously compromised freedoms in the USA, through 9/11 and it's aftermath, such as the patriot act, raised some red flags for me. He seems to be interested in slagging democratic presidents much more than any republican ones. So, outside of his apparently excellent research on the jfk assasination, i am a bit suspicious of Stone's motivations and opinions.

    Still, a great interview by Ventura. Funny, just by coincidence, his father had been doing the alt-news circuit a few years back advocating that Oswald was a patsy. Being a JFK assassination truther runs in the family. Good to see.

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    Default Re: LBJ and the Killing of JFK with Roger Stone

    What shocks me is that Johnson was able to get onto the ticket in the first place, considering he was *thiiiiis* close to going to jail himself. Sure, blackmail Kennedy with all his romantic trysts, but for the Democratic party to along with it (let alone lack of public outrage) behooves me. That wouldn't fly today (then again, perhaps it would).

    So many links between LBJ and the assassination. Gotta love the wink from Thomas to Johnson after being sworn in on the plane.

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    Default Re: LBJ and the Killing of JFK with Roger Stone

    Stone has an interest: he’s a Nixon Man who maintains that RN was not involved in the Plot and was shocked when he recognized Jack Ruby on Television from years before as an LBJ associate.

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