In the first (hardback) edition of "Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?" I failed to fully examine what I presumed to be fact -- that the plotters would not have had any valid reason for mis-stating the date of James Earl Ray's arrest. I accepted the "official storyline" even while pointing out that there … Continue reading Correction Pending to “Who Really Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?
Located remains of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner on August 4, 1964 In my book Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.?, I detailed not only William Bradford Huie's central role in framing James Earl Ray as MLK's assassin but noted a number of earlier instances of his long-term association with J. Edgar … Continue reading How Checkbook-Journalist William Bradford Huie Taught the FBI How to Catch Murderers: PAY THEM OFF, and call them CI’s!
Is that E. Howard Hunt in Dealey Plaza shortly after JFK's Assassination? Indubitably. In his deathbed confession, E. Howard Hunt implicated Lyndon Johnson in the plot to kill Kennedy. In fact, Hunt put him at the very top of the "org chart" of that cabal, implicitly naming him the "Mastermind." Was it mere serendipity that … Continue reading The Assassination of JFK: Who was the “Mastermind” — Johnson or Dulles?
In the summer of 1963, the publicity-seeking bearish economist eliot janeway visited the major financial centers, warning of coming changes in the political leadership of the nation. in retrospect, it appears that he was preparing that industry for a coming storm. According to Wikipedia, Eliot Janeway became famous in the late 1960s for his dire … Continue reading How LBJ Tasked Economist Eliot Janeway to Prepare the Financial Industry for a “Regime Change”
(A Primer: Condensed, and recompiled from Who REALLY Killed MLK?) The Culmination of Months of Planning: Dr. King Takes the Bait (Act I) After having to cancel his snowed-out Memphis visit in support of the sanitation workers that had been scheduled for March 22nd, Dr. King spent a week in New York recruiting volunteers for … Continue reading Traces of Lyndon Johnson’s Personal Involvement in MLK’s Assassination – PART 2
Part 1 (of 2) Talk of a RFK/MLK Presidential Ticket was LBJ’s "Worst Nightmare” Go to Amazon Page A Primer, condensed and recompiled from Who REALLY Killed Martin Luther King Jr.? People who have not intensely studied President Lyndon B. Johnson (i.e. the great majority, if not nearly the entirety, of the population) fail to … Continue reading Traces of Lyndon B. Johnson’s Personal Involvement in Martin Luther King Jr.’s Assassination
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. He visited Admiral Chester Nimitz, a Hill Country native, who signed the forms necessary to install … Continue reading Lyndon B. Johnson’s World War II Service – and “War Experiences”