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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LBJ had a lot to gain. I seriously doubt he would have become president had the assasination not occured. I agree that the fatal shot that day came from the front. I also think that Oswald was just what he said, "a patsy". I don't think he fired a shot that day, but was set up to take the fall. LBJ was ruthless and at his worst on 11/22/63 (in my own personal, correct opinion).
I don't see Carl Albert in that photo.
And in 1963, John McCormick was Speaker.
Better yet, just read the book
"Six Seconds in Dallas".
It proves he was also shot from the front.
Now we can add LBJ to the FBI, the CIA, the Mafia, George Bush the Elder, and anyone else who supposedly killed Kennedy.
I have never seen the photo of the "three tramps", or any reference to it before.
Can anyone here put it up for all to see?
I don't know if I believe the story, but it is at least as credible as what Earl Warren and Jerry Ford cooked up.
My thoughts, too. The story indicated that the son needed cash and the best taker he had was Costner for $100 a day. Yikes! Of course his father knew who killed Kennedy- that's why he was worth three figures a day for info! Otherwise, the son would have hopped off the gravy train. I chuckled at the "murder of Che" line and reminded myself that it was in Rolling Stoned. Quite a story- I do hope they got around to confirming it and asked Hunt if it was accurate. Oops- he's dead. I do hope the son had the foresight to have the old guy draw a map to Jimmy Hoffa's body as well.
Is that like a "numchuck"?
I always thought it was the family of Diem getting even for his death. Politics is a generational thing yonder and JFK upset their applecart big time.
Oswald killed Kennedy by himself...end of story.
Don't fall into this conspiracy trap the Democrats have fomented all these years in an effort to make his presidency more important than it was. People like to believe in a conspiracy because A) it's more fun, and B)the leftist media, teachers and cultural elites don't want to believe that some lone kook did there guy in.
The author would have felt right at home in Loose Change.
Two of the 'three tramps' look amazingly like Frank Sturgis and E. Howard Hunt.
Johnson's longtime mistress also said he knew the night before that the assassination was planned.
It is availabe on Amazon. He was LBJ's personal lawyer in Austin, and in position to know. You don't have to believe it but it is good reading!
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