Skip to comments.What actually happened to Camelot
Posted on 02/04/2013 6:52:17 AM PST by varmintman
There are a couple of dozen competing conspiracy theories as to what happened to JFK and until recently I'd assumed they were all more or less equally plausible; that no longer appear to be the case, this one is a whole lot more plausible than any of the others.
That fingerprint of Mac Wallaces at the shooting scene IS a match:
and the story about the 5-year suspended sentence for killing the golf course owner does check out:
There is no way any of us could just kill somebody with a pistol, turn himself/herself in, and walk off with a suspended sentence a couple of weeks later. That was an experiment: LBJ and Ed Clark had created the machinery to treat the law as if it were a joke both at state and national levels, and were testing it out, worst possible case somebody they didn't really care that much about went to prison or was executed. As things turned out, the whole system worked, and was in place in 63 when they needed to get rid of John Kennedy.
This book also indicates that a large number of the demoKKKrats whose names were familiar in the 1950s including Truman, Abe Fortas, Hugo Black, Earl Warren, and everybody involved in that "Warren Commission(TM)" were heavily complicit in LBJ's affairs.
McClellan of course is not just some other clown with another theory, he was a member of the A Team.
Soooooooooo, it was LBJ who dropped the “magic bullet” onto Governor Connally’s gurney?
My part of the plan always work!!
As a teenager in 1963, many of us thought that LBJ might have had a hand in it. This is nothing new, but if it could be proved it would put a cap on that corrupt piece of steaming mythology known as the kennedys.
That was then, in the now and present — FUBO & FAD
Three shooters including Oswald (who was basically a designated fall-guy/patsy), the other two equipped with then state-of-art collapsible sniper rifles with real scopes.
By A team, I mean Ed Clark’s legal firm.
>>By A team, I mean Ed Clarks legal firm<<
Well, Mr. T is just a good a suspect as anyone.
About 15 years ago, after looking at all the conspiracy theories, the backgrounds of the individuals within each one, and how the whole thing played out over the following years, I came away with the assumption that the most plausible explanation is that it was LBJ.
But by then it was distant history.
Kennedy had been having an affair with a communist spy and the story was about to get out. Think about what that would have done to the Democrat party at that time. Add in all the other Kennedy debacles, and the Democrat party would have been in the can. It wasn’t just Johnson, though he had the most to gain from it. It was the Democrat party.
I haven’t read the book but I have seen the video of LBJ on Air Force One being told Kennedy has died in the hospital. His first reaction is a huge exuberant grin then he sees the reporter filming in the back of the compartment and immediately puts on his grief face. That video, shot on film originally, was kept secret for years. It surfaced on the internet a number of years ago and was gone inside 6 mo. to a year. You can’t find it now but it exists.
We know it wasn’t the Soviets, who regarded Kennedy as a patsy when it came to arms treaties & therefore valuable to them, & they would have kept Castro on a short leash for the same reason.
Hope Robert A. Caro lives long enough to finish his multivolume opus on Lyndon Johnson. Just how evil LBJ really was is only now being realized.
With JFK, it was more like “Came-a-lot.”
The dem party in general does not appear to have been in on the assasination and when you think about it, if any more than a half dozen or so people had ever known anything about it, the whole thing wouldn’t have worked.
The really good ending here would be for Tarantino to make a film based on this book.....
There were more than a half dozen people who knew about Kennedy’s communist mistress. Ask your family and friends if JFK had a communist spy girlfriend. Yes, big secrets can be kept for a long time.
That isn’t what I meant. What I said was that no more than a half dozen or so could have known about the assassination plot.
You could very well be correct. I don’t know for sure one way or the other. I have been trying to make the point for the past year that the majority of people in the Democrat party (including many wealthy, powerful and smart people) tend to ignore any wrongdoing by their party because they feel that the Democrats are working towards a higher goal. Would some powerful and influential Democrats have looked the other way as LBJ had Kennedy removed? I think so.
And yes, I've read the books/seen the films/attended the lectures/been to the site, so don't tell me to go study up and then get back to you.
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