Consummate political insider Roger Stone makes a compelling case that Lyndon Baines Johnson had the motive, means, and opportunity to orchestrate the murder of JFK. Scary crazy! I don't think we will ever know the truth about the assassination but this book is an interesting read. Bush - say killed JFK? I had never read a conspiracy book before, ever. Richard Belzer. It's a fascinating and chilling book.
After a stroke in 1958, he moved to a ranch home, some 70 miles east of Dallas, between Athens and Palestine. Readers Also Enjoyed.
Being VP denied Johnson the power and influence he had held in the Senate. Kate Skylark. Mar 25, 2014 Tom Stamper rated it really liked it.
Donald Trump. Indeed the bibliography and note section at the end of each chapter shows this-which I will come back to later. But what makes the book sizzle is his depiction of Johnson as a psychopath who had at least eight men murdered to protect and promote his political career.
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Stone is fairly audacious in his remarks about LBJ, including listing the 10 people he supposedly had killed and his endless trysts with female white house underlings. The Afterword provides better closure for the book than the last chapter on the sinking of the USS Liberty.