Skip to comments.The Last Confessions of E Howard Hunt
Posted on 03/28/2007 11:29:12 AM PDT by meg88
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What a great story. I don't believe a word of it.
Watch the Zapruder film and the photos of LBJ (it is hard to when you are so focused on JFK)
The zapruder film proves the head shot came from the front (I went to college ror Physics- no one can tell me different)
I stopped at "Rolling Stone".
Even if it's true, why would LBJ want that ? Not just power lust, has to be more.
He says this like it's a bad thing...
I went a little further than that.
I stopped at "murder of Che Guevara"
Maybe you are referring to the photo of Speaker of the House Carl Albert winking at LBJ (who is smiling at Albert) as LBJ is being sworn in as President aboard Air Force One? Jackie is in the photo, too, of course. She's not as happy as LBJ.
Also, if you have seen the photo of the Three Tramps, you will notice the similarity between Hunt and one of the Three Tramps. But actually, the article implies Hunt was grateful to not be "directly involved," even though he was (according to Saint) in Dallas that day and appeared to be one of the Three Tramps. Kind of an inconsistency, I guess.
Loved this article. Very interesting.
I've long suspected LBJ might have been involved. He was ruthless and unscrupulous, like the Klintoons.
Something more? How about to avoid going to prison with Bobby Baker? How about his connections to Mac Wallace and some murders? Those are a couple of my guesses.
Lucien Sarti (born Corsica, died April 27, 1972 in Mexico City) was a drug trafficker and killer-for-hire involved in the infamous French Connection heroin network. He was named on the television series The Men Who Killed Kennedy as one of the men who shot U.S. President John F. Kennedy. The series aimed to critically analyse the evidence in the assassination and attacked the official government conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald had acted alone in killing Kennedy. In one of the late episodes of the series, aired in 2003 on The History Channel, French prisoner Christian David named Sarti as one of three French criminals hired to carry out the assassination of Kennedy on November 22, 1963, when he was interviewed by author Anthony Summers. David's account was verified by Michele Nicoli, a former associate of David's who is currently in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's witness protection program. Sarti was the only man David explicitly named, as he had been killed by police in Mexico City in 1972. The trio had all been working for heroin trafficker Auguste Ricord at the time of Kennedy's death, a known client of the Marseilles underworld. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucien_Sarti
***I stopped at "Rolling Stone".***
I read the whole thing, and the ONE thing that stands out for me is ROLLING STONE.
Gee, I wonder where this writer stands on the ideological spectrum...
LBJ was looking at going to the slammer...
"Saint" trying to figure out how to get a big payday for himself, look out for a movie or a book based on this "startling new information."
"Saint" needs to get his story straight, though. So was Pop one of the tramps or did Pop refuse to be involved in the plot? Oh, foolish consistency!
i always thought it was jackie........hell hath no fury like that of a woman scorned...
I believe the part about Costner being a numbskull...
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