Because 59 witnesses would have to conspire to present the same consistent account, the most ridiculous and obvious conspiracy theory of all is coming from the Lone Gunman Conspiracy Theorists.
By Independent Press|January 6th, 20152017-01-03T22:51:59+00:00
The Men Who Killed Kennedy, a nine part documentary on the John F. Kennedy assassination by Nigel Turner, censored by the History Channel under pressure from the Lyndon Johnson estate. It is by far the best researched and irrefutable authority on the events leading up the killing, those responsible, and what it meant for America.
By |August 14th, 20142016-12-18T09:17:46+00:00
March 2, 1967: The voice speaking is Johnson's, the caller was Connally, who phoned regarding the Jim Garrison investigation into the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Johnson notes one of Jimmy Hoffa's lawyers went to one of their "mutual friends" to discuss the Garrison case; warning that Hoffa "would tell all the story" about the JFK assassination after November of '67. Johnson's own lawyer admitted, and detailed how Johnson was responsible for the assassination. This, in addition to several damning White House tapes and other powerful evidence available to the public.
By Independent Press|June 4th, 20142017-01-02T21:16:42+00:00
"It all sounded so believable, because the CIA were going to tell the full story. The public is not astute enough to realize that the press had subtly turned against Kennedy. Two powerful friends who liked John F. Kennedy and wanted to help JFK fight the elite were taken out before Kennedy was assassinated. Senator Estes Kefauver, whose Crime Commission had discovered the 1932 deal that Onassis, Kennedy, Meyer, Roosevelt, Lansky and other Illuminati--Mafia figures had made. Kefauver was poisoned so that he had a secret poison induced "heart attack" on Aug. 8, 1963."
By Independent Press|October 11th, 20132017-03-20T15:02:00+00:00
“As a matter of fact, the Warren Commission’s inquiry into the assassination started off with a completely unacceptable philosophy for a democracy like ours. One of its stated objectives was to calm the fears of the people about a conspiracy.”
By Independent Press|March 1st, 20132016-12-29T17:50:24+00:00
In 1967, Jim Garrison's case against Clay Shaw wasn't just about Shaw. Shaw was a way to get to a much larger fish: Johnson. And Johnson knew this. The Garrison case implied Johnson was to blame for Kennedy's assassination, and the findings in that trial actually helped lead to Johnson's refusal to run in 1968...despite Shaw's acquittal. At the time of the assassination and until his death, Johnson was represented by a law firm partnered by Barr McClellan, the author of "Blood, Money & Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K.". So in terms of credibility, you can't get a better source: the very lawyers who defended Johnson against accusations of complicity. An interesting quote by the author, Barr McClellan: "When asked if he was concerned for the safety of his twin sons, he said: 'The Democrats are pretty much out of power, really, in the state of Texas. So...they're in good shape.'" (Barr McClellan is father of the present White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan)