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Crucial New Evidence Proves That Johnson and Hoover Bribed Percy Foreman to Force James Earl Ray to Plead Guilty

Six weeks after my book Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? -- The Case Against Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover was published, John Curington published his memoirs, H. L. Hunt, Motive and Opportunity, about his career working as H. L. Hunt's "right-hand man." Within that book, he explains how Percy Foreman wound … Continue reading Crucial New Evidence Proves That Johnson and Hoover Bribed Percy Foreman to Force James Earl Ray to Plead Guilty

Lyndon Johnson’s Criminal Financial Activities – 1937 to 1963

It is a generally understood – if not well-known on a detailed level – part of LBJ’s “other legacy”: That through his highly skilled manipulative abilities, he had become the inventor of dozens of under-the-table frauds against the federal government (i.e. taxpayers).  Most of them were so well-hidden that they were never exposed and adjudicated.  … Continue reading Lyndon Johnson’s Criminal Financial Activities – 1937 to 1963

Connecting the Dots: The Three 1960’s Patsy-Assassins to CIA’s MK-ULTRA

Within my books relating to the three “major” 1960s assassinations, we establish that Lee Harvey Oswald,[1] James Earl Ray,[2] and Sirhan Sirhan[3] had all been subjected to various sorts of mind control under the CIA/MI operation known as MK-ULTRA and its numerous related sub-sets.  Many other essays, magazine articles and books have documented this point, … Continue reading Connecting the Dots: The Three 1960’s Patsy-Assassins to CIA’s MK-ULTRA

Why LBJ Chose Not to Run for Reelection in 1968 – Then Attempted to Retract it

(Excerpted and reedited from Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?) When he was twelve years old, Lyndon Johnson proclaimed to some friends, “Someday, I’m going to be president of the United States."  Thereafter, he was never shy about repeating that statement to anyone willing to listen and, with time, his resolve never lessened: In … Continue reading Why LBJ Chose Not to Run for Reelection in 1968 – Then Attempted to Retract it

A Guest’s Essay: “An Incredible Journey,” by Jim Feliciano

Penn Jones Jr. – As a Frequent Correspondent, and Personal Friend I would have to say, if there was anyone who "took me under" and was the guiding light where I needed to go early on, it was Penn Jones, Jr. I used to spend hours with him on the phone, we corresponded back and … Continue reading A Guest’s Essay: “An Incredible Journey,” by Jim Feliciano