Skip to comments.Did RFK Steal JFK's Brain?
Posted on 10/21/2013 9:16:30 AM PDT by Impala64ssa
Author claims theft was bizarre cover-up
A lot of JFK-related material will be released in the weeks ahead of the 50th anniversary of his assassination but this allegation is definitely going for the craziest: A new book claims that the president's brain was stolen from a secure room in the National Archives by his brother, then-Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. When authorities realized the footlocker containing the brain was missing in 1966, an investigation uncovered "compelling evidence" that RFK and his assistant, Angie Novello, were the culprits, James Swanson, author of End of Days: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy, tells the New York Post.
Some conspiracy theorists claim the brain was stolen to conceal facts about the assassination, but Swanson believes the brain-swiping was an effort to protect the president's reputation. "My conclusion is that Robert Kennedy did take his brothers brainnot to conceal evidence of a conspiracy but perhaps to conceal evidence of the true extent of President Kennedys illnesses, or perhaps to conceal evidence of the number of medications that President Kennedy was taking," says.
was it...Abby Normal?
Yes no one will say he was mediocre to poor as a POTUS, not to mention all the things Teddy did to fubar us that stay with us today. It wasn't Camelot, it was may have been something else with Rot at the end of it...
One assumes that JFK actually had a brain to steal in the first place.
I wonder if he stuffed it down his pants ala Sandy Berger ...
“Some conspiracy theorists claim the brain was stolen to conceal facts about the assassination, but Swanson believes the brain-swiping was an effort to protect the president’s reputation.”
I don’t think anything is too crazy with the government anymore. I seem to remember some years ago that Teddy ‘The Swimmer” had JFK’s original sarcophagus drilled full of holes, towed out to the deepest part of the Atlantic by a naval vessel and sunk so that it wouldn’t end up in the wrong hands or on Ebay.
In the History Channel JFK assassination series, an individual who claims to have been present at the Walter Reed autopsy of Kennedy describes a number of very strange things that happened during the conduct of that procedure.
Among other things, he said that there were non-medical personnel in the room as observers, and at least one of these individuals had veto power over every step of the autopsy.
Ok I have a question: Who would have had the MOST to “profit” from JFK’s demise? Answer that one and you will get MUCH closer as to WHO the REAL killer(s) was/were.
There is testimony on film in “Best Evidence” and in the book of the same name by David Lifton of TWO guys who were in the room in Bethesda who were conducting x-rays of JFK and who stated there was no brain in the skull. One of the radiologists insists he put his hands inside the cranium and said “my God, look at the size of the hole.”
The lefties are stealing stuff from the National Archives to this day.
Sandy underpants Berger is just the tip of the iceberg.
Uncle Teddy had John -John’s body burned and the ashes dumped in the sea without autopsy or anything else.
Probably to hide the drugs.
Given this involved an assassination of a President what you described makes perfect sense to me. Trust no one and place observers with the President’s body wherever it goes.
Here's Ted's brain.
JFK’s tax cuts finally took us out of the Great Depression.
He at least took good advice on monetary matters; that is what got him assassinated.
JFK: [regarding the scar on his head] That's where they took a piece of my brain. They got it back in D.C. in that God damn jar. [pause] I got a little bag of sand up there now.
Elvis: But Jack...uhh, no offense but...Elvis: President Kennedy was a white man.
JFK: That's how clever they are. They dyed me this color, all over. can you think of a better way to hide the truth than that?
-- Elvis Presley and John F. Kennedy, in Bubba Ho-Tep
Not to be insensitive, but if this is true, there wasn’t much to retrieve after JFK was shot in the head.
What would you do in that situation?
And Oswald couldn't have done the shooting because he was recording his version of "Long Tall Sally" at the time.
How would RFK know that the brain would show all these ailments. was he a DR. Too?
Oswald DID have music plans the night of the JFK assassination:
Lee Harvey Oswald had purchased a ticket for the Dallas show on the morning of the 22nd...
No, but he did sleep at a Holiday Inn Express.
My buddies and I as teenagers in 1963 answered that on as we enjoyed the chilly afternoon out of school. We already knew who had the most to profit and most of our parents felt the same way. Can you spell LBJ. It sure wasn’t like we had any real admiration for JFK; that was for dimwit democrats, old ladies, catholic nuns, and the rich and famous with whom he hung out.
3 who come to mind;
2 Organized Crime
The first two together
Maybeeeee...all of the above.
The reason Teddy’s burial plot at Arlington is guarded 24/7 is not fear of vandalism but to keep the winos away since to this day Scotch fumes continue to rise from the grave.
I have this horror movie scenario—The brain of Sen. Robert “Fighting Bob” La Follette (R-Wis.) has secretly been preserved at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. One day, some scientists do an experiment in which they transplant it into the head of a baboon. But to everyone’s horror, the baboon starts campaigning for president as a Progressive Republican.
Because he his brain is from the US and dates from 1855, the Supreme Court rules that the baboon is a natural-born citizen and cannot be prevented from running. Faced with the usual has-beens and never-will-bes that normally comprise the field of GOP presidential hopefuls, the baboon appears to be a shoo-in to become the party’s presidential standard bearer—and will be running against the the Progressive liberal that the Democrats always nominate. Can America be saved from the horrors of Progressivism?
That’s the dress she was sewn into, no zipper up the back of that piece.
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