In This Case, The New York Times, With Help From "Acclaimed Historian" Michael Beschloss, Publishes a Fabricated Account to Portray the Psycho LBJ as a "Hero" A recent article (linked below) from the Dallas News includes a stunning accusation about how "historian"* Michael Beschloss and the New York Times attempted to portray LBJ as a … Continue reading A Case Study in How the MSM Purposely And Deceitfully Twists Truths and Creates Lies to Sustain Myths
And the 1975 Revelation of the CIA’s “Heart Attack Gun” An update to the earlier blog: "The 1975 Church Committee’s Unveiling of the CIA’s 'Heart Attack Gun'" to dive deeper into additional background on the CBS newsman Eric Sevareid's 4,000+ word article of November 30, 1965: "His Final Troubled Hours" President Lyndon Johnson and … Continue reading The Curious Circumstances of Adlai Stevenson’s 1965 Death: Was He the Victim of LBJ’s Manipulations?
The famed "Gonzo Journalist" Hunter S. Thompson first used his famous phrase "Fear and Loathing" in the essay he wrote immediately after he heard of JFK's assassination. Among other things, Thompson accurately predicted that: "We now enter the era of the shitrain, President Johnson and the hardening of the arteries","This is the end of reason, … Continue reading Fear and Loathing in Dallas: 11/22/63
From Embalmer Extraordinaire to Serial Killer — then Dead Man Walking LBJ’s cousin Jay Bert Peck’s homicide (examined in the essay “The 1969 Murder of Lyndon Johnson’s Double”) was not the only assault at the little ranch house at 1202 Melrose Street in Garland, Texas. A few years later, on Tuesday, March 27, 1974, Jay … Continue reading The Life Story of John M. Liggett
Lyndon Johnson's sycophant Barefoot Sanders, the U.S. Attorney in the Northern District of Texas, in a highly unusual maneuver mysteriously appeared at the grand jury in Franklin Texas — located in the Western District — to ensure that Johnson's name was kept out of the "discovery" documents. A 1962 article in The Texas Observer (copied … Continue reading How the 1962 Grand Jury on the Mysterious Death of Henry Marshall Was Abruptly Closed Down
Lyndon’s second-cousin, J. Bert Peck, had a close resemblance to Johnson and a voice that sounded like him. Peck’s primary employment was as a deputy sheriff in Garland, Texas outside of Dallas and as part-time security for the Dallas Cowboys. But in his spare time, he was also employed by Lyndon Johnson in a, mostly … Continue reading The 1969 Murder of Lyndon Johnson’s Double — His Cousin, Jay Bert Peck
And a Close Look at the Circumstances of Adlai Stevenson’s, and Other's, Deaths -- All of Which Occurred At Highly Suspicious Times Senators Frank Church (D-ID) and John Tower (R-TX) examining the “heart attack gun” which could shoot a frozen projectile filled with a deadly toxin that would induce a heart attack in … Continue reading The 1975 Church Committee’s Unveiling of the CIA’s “Heart Attack Gun”