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#1 Ron Crane

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Posted 10 February 2016 - 10:21 PM

What are some thoughts on LBJ and whether he either knew of plans to kill JFK or actually was in on it. His placing Dulles on the Warren Commission smells to me.


I'm sure you all have seen the photo of a guy winking at him at the swearing in ceremony on the plane. Thoughts?


Personally I don't think he knew or was in on it. At least that's what I want to think.

#2 Greg Burnham

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Posted 10 February 2016 - 10:57 PM

There is no substance to the claim that "LBJ was the mastermind" of the assassination. There is some anecdotal evidence of foreknowledge. Many citizens of Texas, particularly in the Dallas area, but elsewhere, too--immediately--not only suspected, but actually ASSUMED that LBJ was behind the actual murder, such was his reputation in his home state.


However, there is overwhelming evidence of his complicity in the crime of obstruction of justice in which he actively participated in the cover-up, including his appointing the Warren Commission.

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#3 Ron Crane

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Posted 10 February 2016 - 11:20 PM

Thanks Greg I agree. I just watched your intro video and listened to the Hoover/LBJ audio. Very good intro and the audio was fascinating

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#4 Larry Trotter

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Posted 12 February 2016 - 12:41 AM

I believe the referred to wink on AF1 was from US Congressman Albert Thomas, and being a native Texan myself, I believe I understand the action and what it was meant to express. And, in my opinion, it has no meaning relative to the JFK Assassination other than the fact that LBJ was now POTUS.


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