More Evidence Revealed of Clint Peoples’ Murder: The Testimony of His Secretary Georgia

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

Billie Sol Estes: A Sordid History Atoned: “Sol” Finally Vindicated — PART 2

~ 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

Billie Sol Estes: A Sordid History Atoned: “Sol” Finally Vindicated

~ 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

The Secret Files of Clint Peoples, the Indefatigable Texas Ranger on LBJ’s Trail for Decades

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

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

Robert Dallek’s “Limited Hangout” Revelations on LBJ’s Intrinsic Dishonesty and Duplicity

And Some Rare Glimpses of Truth and Honesty from Bill Moyers Some excerpts from Robert Dallek's 1998 article "Three New Revelations About LBJ" in The Atlantic magazine Robert Dallek Describes How LBJ Agonized About Vietnam The first sentence of Robert Dallek's article over two decades ago must have startled many readers: "URINATING in a sink, … Continue reading Robert Dallek’s “Limited Hangout” Revelations on LBJ’s Intrinsic Dishonesty and Duplicity

John M. Liggett: The Mystery of the Murderous Mortician

Revised Edition 12/4/2020 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 … Continue reading John M. Liggett: The Mystery of the Murderous Mortician