See the last paragraphs for the February 2021 Revisions Or, “The Complete Destruction of Ken Starr’s Pseudo Investigation and Report” (File Under “LBJ’s Legacy” as noted in last section below) A review of the book The Murder of Vince Foster: America’s Would-be Dreyfus Affair, by David Martin David Martin’s new book, on what should … Continue reading UPDATES TO October 2020 Post New Book: “The Murder of Vince Foster” — What Should be The Final Word on that Subject
Fifty-Six Years After Malcolm X's Murder, Finally Comes Direct Evidence of the FBI's Instigation A former New York City police officer has implicated the FBI and NYPD in the murder of civil rights leader Malcolm X on February 21, 1965. This news has actually appeared in a few MSM articles and broadcasts, though the key … Continue reading New Development Exposes the FBI’s Plot to Kill Malcolm X
On August 15, 1989, four and one-half years after his original 1984 interviews with Gerald Saxton for the Dallas Public Library, Peoples sat down with Saxon again, as well as Cindy Smolovik, to review and update his earlier statements. These pages were appended to his earlier oral history such that the eleven pages below were … Continue reading Clint Peoples’ Final Interview (Last of the Secret Files Oral History)
I have long-possessed a VHS copy of of the video as well as a bound, inch-thick copy (#151 of 200 copies printed) of the documents, photos, correspondence and news articles used in the production of the film, now over 20 years old. Due to copyright rules, I never considered putting any of it on the … Continue reading LBJ: A Closer Look: A (Mostly) Brilliant Classic Video
FBI Headquarters Still Named After a Sadistic Murderer When the FBI headquarters was being built, and named after the recently-deceased director, Hoover was still generally held in high esteem by most of the public. That has long-ago ceased being the case; indeed just two years after it opened in 1975, basic truths of Hoover's illegal, … Continue reading Why does the FBI headquarters still bear J. Edgar Hoover’s name?
~ third OF A THREE PART SERIES ~ Billie Sol’s Personal Life: The Slowly Unfolding Fall Billie Sol Estes's Pecos Home, circa 1962 Throughout his life, Billie Sol Estes valued his family above all else, beginning in his childhood with his mother and father, sisters and brothers. And he was devoted to his first wife … Continue reading Billie Sol Estes: A Sordid History Atoned: “Sol” Finally Vindicated — PART 3
And Then Created a Cover-up with Help from Famed Novelists (Or . . . How the Fallacious Meme Originally Created by William Bradford Huie Lives on Today in the Official Historical Archives of the United States of America) The premise of my book Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? can be summarized thusly: Under … Continue reading How Hoover’s FBI Murdered Martin Luther King Jr.
A Translation of the Key Chapter of William Reymond's Book "The Last Witness" Many non-French speaking researchers (like me), never read what should have been a blockbuster book nearly two decades ago -- JFK le Dernier Témoin: Assassinat de Kennedy, enfin la vérité Paris, Flammarion, 2003 (by William Reymond with Billie Sol Estes) -- because … Continue reading More Evidence Revealed of Clint Peoples’ Murder: The Testimony of His Secretary Georgia
~ SECOND OF A THREE PART SERIES ~ Another Perspective of the Henry Marshall Murder: The Washington Angle The Corpse of Henry Marshall — Exhumed in 1962 (From Coroner's Report) Note: The narrative (below) partially comes from a series of reedited (for context only) excerpts from my 2011 book LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK … Continue reading Billie Sol Estes: A Sordid History Atoned: “Sol” Finally Vindicated — PART 2
~ first OF A SERIES ~ The legend of Billie Sol Estes sprung suddenly from country scuttlebutt to front-page news in the biggest of the major newspapers and national magazines in the Spring of 1962. For six months of that year his name appeared in practically every newspaper and radio and television evening news broadcast. … Continue reading Billie Sol Estes: A Sordid History Atoned: “Sol” Finally Vindicated
Excerpted from the Foreword of the Softcover Edition of Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? by the Acclaimed First Generation JFK Researcher Edgar F. Tatro Having spent a major portion of my adult life investigating the criminal history of Lyndon Baines Johnson, a documented sexist, sexual predator, hypocrite, liar, cheapskate, narcissist, thief, blackmailer, bully … Continue reading LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON: THE CHARLATAN LIBERAL
(Updated 12/3/2020 — originally published 8/21/2019) Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson joins Navy as Lt. Commander with no training (even about the need to salute higher-level officers) After Pearl Harbor, Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson decided his political career would benefit from a stint in the navy. Johnson visited Admiral Chester Nimitz, a Hill Country native, who … Continue reading Lyndon B. Johnson’s World War II Service – and “War Experiences”
(Excerpted from LBJ: From Mastermind to The Colossus) Though he Outlived LBJ by 20 years, Marshal Peoples' Persistence in "Outing" Johnson Finally Caught Up with Him: Who Ordered the Kill? By 1992, Clint Peoples, previously a captain in the Texas Rangers, had become a US Marshal. As he continued his investigation of the Henry Marshall … Continue reading The Murder of Clint Peoples
Four years ago, President Trump promised to release the JFK assassination files, more than once, even right up to the date that had been mandated by the 102nd Congress with the passage of the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection in 1992 -- October 26, 2017. Thanks to Mike Pompeo, then head of the CIA, … Continue reading Will the JFK Assassination Files EVER be Released? It Depends . . .
Last year (2019) in a few conferences that I attended, I showed the video of an appearance on the Today Show of Dexter King, Dr. King's younger son, who explained the King family's motives behind their cooperation with Dr. William Pepper in conducting a civil suit against Lloyd Jowers, for his involvement in the plot … Continue reading Who’s the More Credible, Dexter King or David Garrow? You Decide.
Purists will remind me it was actually a luncheon, but we'll let the title stand, given the great double entendre to the movie with that title, And of course we'll probably never know for sure who approved the choice to invite Ms. Kitt to the White House (though she explained in the video below that … Continue reading Lady Bird to LBJ: “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”
Untold Texas Stories About the JFK Assassination BY SARA PETERSON AND K.W. ZACHRY Fascinating Personal Insights by (mostly) Texans of the JFK Assassination. This book uniquely presents a widely diverse cross-section of personal anecdotes from – and about --numerous people having personal direct experiences related to the assassination of President John Kennedy. It is an … Continue reading Book Review: The Lone Star Speaks
Partial Copy of Newspaper Dated 8/20/1978 — Full Article Presented Below (pages 2-3) Fifteen years after JFK's assassination the world awoke to the news from the House Selection Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) that the man who had been "in the middle" of the Watergate burglary scandal was now suspected as having also been involved, mysteriously, … Continue reading E. Howard Hunt’s Presence in Dallas on Nov 22, 1963 — and the Veracity of His Confessions Forty+ Years Later
The only true "hero" in the quest for justice for the crimes of Lyndon Johnson was Texas Ranger (later U.S. Marshal) Clint Peoples. Yet he was unable to "close" his 22-year case until eleven years after Johnson died, in 1984, with a small but significant victory in a grand jury hearing which heard his evidence … Continue reading The Secret Files of Clint Peoples, the Indefatigable Texas Ranger on LBJ’s Trail for Decades
William Manchester’s elegant description of Lyndon Johnson – using metaphors of field generals attacking fortresses and baseball analogies of LBJ playing center field – is presented verbatim below as a refreshing break from detailed analytical discourses singling out one of his manipulations, deceits, or treasons. In the immediate aftermath of President Kennedy’s assassination, Lyndon Johnson … Continue reading Putting Lipstick on a Wild Boar: An Abstract Verbal Portrait of LBJ, by Artist Wm. Manchester