Or, How "Some People DID Talk but Others Chose Not to Hear" NOTE: The multiple images of documents below may be adjusted to increase the type size for easier reading, by holding the cursor over the image, then "right-click" and select "open image in new window." Then go to the new window and "left-click" over … Continue reading In Defense of “Tosh” Plumlee: How His Critics (unintentionally) Help to Vindicate Him —And His Story of “That Day”
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?
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.
~ 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
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
This insightful essay correctly states how the 1999 Memphis civil court proceedings, brought by Dr. William F. Pepper, frightened the Clinton Administration and then-AG Janet Reno's Justice Department and nearly exposed the buried secrets of Dr. King's assassination. And how it had shakened the Deep State to its core. That essay also explains why they … Continue reading “Anatomy of a Washington Post Editorial” – A New Essay About a 20-Year Old WAPO Excoriation
Ironies Abound in Memphis today, as the Daily Memphian Publishes Photo of Jessie Jackson Installing a Wreath at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Admonishing Citizens to "Get Involved" Civil Rights Leaders Memorialize Martin Luther King's Birthday Last Year Given the known fact that many current-day leaders of the civil rights campaign harbor doubts (while … Continue reading MLK Day 2020: The Mythmaking Continues . . . On Steroids
Among the many exemplars of how these long-time "friends and neighbors" believed their powerful government positions enabled them to do anything they wished to do — from the mundane to the most unthinkable acts — the following items succinctly illustrate the point. Item #1: An Illustration that needs little further elaboration: Given that both of … Continue reading Some Insights into the Depravities of Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover
A Case Study Examination of How LBJ’s Exhortations To Punish War Protestors Produced Torture Methods Akin to Gestapo Tactics ~ Hat's Off to William Auth, (1942-2014) Editorial Cartoonist for the Philadelphia Inquirer ~ COINTELPRO Unbeknownst to the public – or, initially in the 1950s, even the higher-level officials of the Department of Justice – the … Continue reading One of the FBI’s Most Illegal Hoover Era Operations: COINTELPRO — Put on Steroids by LBJ and Hoover
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