Stone knows that Lyndon Johnson murdered President John F. Kennedy. Combining decades of insider political knowledge with cutting edge JFK assassination research, he lays out the case that Lyndon Johnson manipulated the situation in Dallas on November 22, 1963, and murdered Kennedy as he murdered numerous other victims along the way. LBJ was not just shooting his way into the White House, he was avoiding political ruin and prosecution and jail for corruption at the hands of the Kennedys.… (more)
Rumours about the assassination of Kennedy are multiplying. Conflicting statements made by the authorities, and the substitution of one "set of facts" by another in regard to matters of vital importance, make this inevitable. Now Thomas Buchanan has brought an acute mind to bear on what, true or false, has been published, and here presents a study of President Kennedy's assassination which may well come as close to the truth as is possible today. In any event, he presents a coherent view of what must surely be a landmark in the history of the U.S. and the Western world, fraught with consequences impossible to foresee through the present mists of confusion. [From back cover] The entire text of this report - extracts of which first appeared in "l'Express" of Paris - was filed in Washington in March 1964, with the President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy, headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren. This action was taken at the request of a staff member of that commission.