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Blockbuster Roger Stone & James Tague books indict Lyndon Johnson in JFK's murder

Blockbuster “LBJ Did It” books by Roger Stone and James Tague now available at Amazon. Both are excellent and make great Christmas gifts for anyone with an interest in American politics. Also, would make a great Halloween gift for anyone affiliated with the LBJ Library.

From Robert Morrow   512-306-1510


The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ [Hardcover]



LBJ and the Kennedy Killing



By September 16, 1965, the Soviet KGB had concluded that Lyndon Johnson was responsible for the JFK assassination. On 12/1/66 J. Edgar Hoover sent a memo to LBJ which stated:


"On September 16, 1965, this same source reported that the KGB Residency in New York City received instructions approximately September 16, 1965, from KGB headquarters in Moscow to develop all possible information concerning President Lyndon B. Johnson's character, background, personal friends, family, and from which quarters he derives his support in his position as President of the United States. Our source added that in the instructions from Moscow, it was indicated that "now" the KGB was in possession of data purporting to indicate President Johnson was responsible for the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy. KGB headquarters indicated that in view of this information, it was necessary for the Soviet Government to know the existing personal relationship between President Johnson and the Kennedy family, particularly between President Johnson and Robert and "Ted" Kennedy."



          Lyndon Johnson and Sam Rayburn, taking advantage of Hoover’s dossier on JFK, used sexual blackmail and other threats on John Kennedy on the night of July 13th at the 1960 Democratic convention in Los Angeles in order to force Kennedy to put LBJ on the ticket. Johnson was not on JFK’s short list for VP; he was not on the long list. LBJ was not on the VP list – period. Johnson had made a hostile takeover of the vice presidential slot.


          John Kennedy told his close friend Hy Raskin: “You know we had never considered Lyndon, but I was left with no choice. He and Sam Rayburn made it damn clear to me that Lyndon had to be the candidate. Those bastards were trying to frame me. They threatened me with problems and I don’t need more problems. I’m going to have enough problems with Nixon.” Evelyn Lincoln, JFK’s secretary for 11+ years, also confirms that Lyndon Johnson used sexual blackmail combined with other threats to force JFK to put LBJ on the 1960 Democratic ticket.


          On the night of the victory of the JFK-LBJ ticket, or rather early in the morning on Nov. 9th, 1960, Lyndon Johnson was very unhappy, with a rude and surly attitude. Journalist Margaret Mayer, “I don't think I ever saw a more unhappy man... There was no jubilation. Lyndon looked like he'd lost his last friend on earth, and later he was rude to me, very rude, and I tried to remind myself that he was very unhappy.”


Author Gus Russo: In his oral history, Robert Kennedy bitterly recounted a remark that Johnson made to someone else after the assassination. "When I was young in Texas, I used to know a cross-eyed boy," Johnson said. "His eyes were crossed, and so was his character... That was God's retribution for people who were bad - and you should be careful of cross-eyed people because God put his mark on them ... Sometimes I think that what happened to Kennedy may have been divine retribution."JFK himself had slightly crossed eyes.

[Leo Janos, LBJ speechwriter, Church Committee interview by Rhett Dawson, Oct. 14, 1975 ... also Gus Russo, Live by the Sword, p. 377]

Edgar Hoover who along with LBJ was the primary architect of the cover up, told Billy Byars, Jr.: "If I told you what I really know, it would be very dangerous to the country. Our whole political system could be disrupted." Hoover was responding to a question of whether Oswald really shot JFK. (Source: Billy Byars, Jr.)


          Allen Dulles who ran the coverup on the Warren Commision farce, said before he died, "That little Kennedy. He thought he was a god."


          Prescott Bush, the father of GHW Bush, later wrote Clover Dulles, the widow of Allen Dulles, in 1969, about his meeting with Allen Dulles after JFK had canned him in fall, 1961"He [Allen] tried to make a pleasant evening of it, but I was rather sick of heart, and angry too, for it was the Kennedys that brought about the fiasco [Bay of Pigs]. And here they were making Allen to be the goat, which he wasn't and did not deserve. I have never forgiven them."


           Note the last sentence of Prescott Bush. His son George Herbert Walker Bush says he can't remember where he was on the day of the JFK assassination, despite his being a US Senate candidate staying in the Dallas, TX Sheraton the night of 11/21/63 and being in Dallas on 11/22/63. GHW Bush helped plan the Bay of Pigs invasion and I think he was involved in the JFK assassination.


          David Atlee Phillips just before his death said, "My final take on the assassination is there was a conspiracy, likely including American intelligence officers." Phillips told that to that to Kevin Walsh, an HSCA investigator. My take on Phillips's statement: that is a limited hang out. Phillips' brother had long suspected him in the JFK assassination.


          Robert Kennedy in 1963 said, "If the American people knew the truth about Dallas, there would be blood in the streets."Bobby and Jackie Kennedy immediately suspected that a high level domestic conspiracy had murdered JFK, and within weeks they sent a trusted emissary, William Walton, to Moscow to tell that to the Russians in person. (Source, Brothers, Talbot, p.144)


          Robert Kennedy , in the afternoon of 11/22/63, told his trusted ally Enrique “Harry” Ruiz-Williams that “One of your guys did it.” Harry Williams was Cuban exile leader and a Castro opponent. RFK’s gut instinct after the arrest of Oswald was that he came out of the CIA’s anti-Castro operations and the secret war against Cuba. Oswald had a public persona as a pro-Castro Marxist, but in reality he was US intelligence and the chosen fall guy for the assassination of John Kennedy.


          Don Thomas, a close LBJ friend, said "I'm the only living man who knows what happened in Box 13 ... But Clark took care of things in Dallas." Thomas is referring to the legendary lawyer and Texas power broker Ed Clark, who was extremely close to Lyndon Johnson and Clint Murchison who was one of his key clients.


          Barr McClellan reports that "I would be the attorney of record for Clark in his quest for a payoff for what he had done in the Kennedy assassination." [Blood, Money & Power, p. 232] Basically Texas oil executives were giving Ed Clark free in interest oil deals as a reward for murdering JFK.


          Barr McClellan worked closely with Ed Clark, the secret political boss of Texas, and a very close friend of LBJ. Barr says that Ed Clark used to slap paperwork down on his desk (free oil deal investments for Ed Clark) while saying “Barr, take care of this. This is for Dallas.” Translation – these are payoffs for helping to arrange the JFK assassination.


          John Currington, H.L. Hunt's chief operation officer said, "I have no doubt that Lyndon Johnson may have ordered John Kennedy's murder. He or his wife [Lady Bird]. She was more vicious than he. Even more brutal."


          (My opinion: Lady Bird Johnson may very well have known the details of the JFK assassination. LBJ's mistress Madeleine Brown certainly did.)


         Jack Ruby, while in jail, told Al Maddox "In order to understand the [JFK] assassination, you have to read the book 'A Texan Looks at Lyndon.'"


          John Connally told Doug Thompson over dinner in 1982: "You know I was one of the ones who advised Kennedy to stay away from Texas. Lyndon [Johnson] was being a real asshole about the whole thing and insisted."


          Doug Thompson: "Connally's mood darkened as he talked about Dallas. When the bullet hit him, he said he felt like he had been kicked in the ribs and couldn't breathe. He spoke kindly of Jackie Kennedy and said he admired both her bravery and composure.


I had to ask. Did he think Lee Harvey Oswald fired the gun that killed Kennedy?


'Absolutely not,' Connally said. 'I do not, for one second, believe the conclusions of the Warren Commission.'


So why not speak out?


'Because I love this country and we needed closure at the time. I will never speak out publicly about what I believe.'"


        I currently do not think John Connally was involved in the JFK assassination but there is no doubt he did a tremendous amount of lying in the aftermath. Connally does admit he and JFK were NOT hit by the same shot. William Manchester on Connally: “Suddenly the governor felt doomed. He panicked. “No, no, no, no, no!” he shrieked. They're going to kill us both!” Manchester's source for this quote was Jackie Kennedy.


        The version of his quote that Connally told later was “My God, they are going to kill us all!” I will put my money on the Manchester version, but I just don't think Connally had foreknowledge of the JFK assassination; although LBJ certainly did. Lyndon Johnson was at the epicenter of it.


          CIA director John McCone told Robert Kennedy that he thought two people were involved in the shooting. One of RFK’s first calls on the day of the JFK assassination was to McCone and he asked him were our people behind this?


          In May of 1968, Richard Lubic, an aide to Robert Kennedy, called William Turner and told him, "After he's elected, Bobby's going to go. He's going to reopen the investigation."

LYNDON JOHNSON HAD A MURDEROUS ATTITUDE TOWARDS ROBERT KENNEDY - "I'll cut his throat if it's the last thing I do."


Robert Caro describes the LBJ-RFK relationship post-1960 Democratic convention, where RFK had moved heaven and earth attempting to keep LBJ off the 1960 Democratic ticket. Caro:


John Connally, who during long days of conversation with this author was willing to answer almost any question put to him, no matter how delicate the topic, wouldn't answer when asked what Johnson said about Robert Kennedy. When the author pressed him, he finally said flatly: "I am not going to tell you what he said about him." During the months after the convention, when Johnson was closeted alone back in Texas with an old ally he would sometimes be asked about Robert Kennedy. He would reply with a gesture. Raising his big right hand, he would draw the side of it across the neck in a slowing, slitting movement. Sometimes that gesture would be his only reply; sometimes, as during a meeting with Ed Clark in Austin, he would say, as his hand moved across his neck, "I'll cut his throat if it's the last thing I do."  [Robert Caro, "The Passage of Power," p. 140]

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