The Mysterious Murder of Texas Deputy Sheriff Sam Smithwick, a man "Who Knew Too Much" And Notes on an Important News Article: "Something's Rotten in the State of Texas" Colliers magazine — June 9, 1951 In 1951, Colliers was one of the several widely-read, nationally distributed news and entertainment magazines in the United States. Authors … Continue reading Something’s Rotten in the State of Texas
An Examination of how LBJ’s Friend Percy Foreman Guaranteed James Earl Ray’s Lifetime Sentence – While Earning a Lifetime “Keep Out of Jail” Card for Himself Percy Foreman, Famed Defense Attorney, Used Extremely Illegal Methods to Free Murderers — Except for the Case of an Innocent James Earl Ray, where He Used Those Methods to … Continue reading UPDATE: Did Famed Attorney / LBJ Friend Percy Foreman Blackmail Jimmy Carter?
A New Archive of Old Documents from Author's Library A new "Page" has been added to the Menu that appears at the top of all pages as noted in the headline above. As time permits I will be adding pages, from old magazines and newspapers I've collected over nearly two decades, which were used in … Continue reading Announcing New Page: “Curating LBJ-Related Historic Documents”
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
The famed "Gonzo Journalist" Hunter S. Thompson first used his famous phrase "Fear and Loathing" in the essay he wrote immediately after he heard of JFK's assassination. Among other things, Thompson accurately predicted that: "We now enter the era of the shitrain, President Johnson and the hardening of the arteries","This is the end of reason, … Continue reading Fear and Loathing in Dallas: 11/22/63