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LBJ and the Kennedy Killing Paperback – October 22, 2013
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Lyndon Johnson murdered John Kennedy and James Tague, deep in the heart of Texas, brings you all his decades of JFK research and insider connections to critical JFK witnesses and tells you what happened.
The book is well researched, high quality and easy to read. A 433 page book; it is composed of 101 short, easy to read chapters that go over the critical issues in JFK research.
It has primary research that is found nowhere else in JFK research.
Chapter 87 the Escape is an important one. Tells how shooters on the 6th floor TSBD used and elevator to escape, because they sure were not on the stairs running down.
Lyndon Johnson - the primary perp - Clint Murchison, D.H. Byrd, Barr McClellan, Madeleine Brown, Billie Sol Estes are all covered.
James Tague is someone who has spent a lot of time with Madeleine Brown, perhaps the most important witness ever in the JFK assassination. Madeleine for decades said LBJ told her that Dallas, TX oil men and the CIA killed JFK.
Chapter 79 the KGB chapter is another important one as well. The KGB were some of the best JFK researchers because they were about to be framed for it by LBJ and US intelligence, the Machiavellian and actual perps.
Get this book! Great for both adults and interested children. It will make the perfect Christmas gift or perhaps the perfect Halloween gift for someone from the LBJ Library.Read more ›
LBJ and the Kennedy Killing is the most welcome book I have read on the Assassination, great research and references. Don't fail to read this masterpiece on the JFK Assassination. The truth of it, hits home.
Along with now several authors before him, Tague's call on LBJ and all his cronies appears to be well and truly on the money. And the book once again invites the inevitable question especially as we get closer to the Anniversary - viz. when will America wake up to the reality of Number 36, not just with JFK's offing, but the whole nine yards of arguably the most execrable, amoral, evil human being to ever have the keys to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? And to think one of those "cronies" Edward Clark, at LBJ's behest, became the US Ambassador to our own country Australia - a country by the way that has supported America in every war it has waged since 1945 including the one that LBJ started - makes my blood curdle.
Having said that, the Kindle edition I read has to be the worst editing job I have seen in any book! I'm sorry I can't be gentler than that in my review herein, as I love to support indie publishers as well as credible authors. The structure within and across chapters is an unholy mishmash, the grammar, punctuation, syntax, spelling etc. is all over the map, and whole clumps of narrative are inexplicably repeated, several times over, again within and across chapters.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has nothing to do with LBJ and the Kennedy killing. A muddled mess of a book.Published 7 months ago by Krisp
Purchased from Mr Tague personally prior to his passing. Great book although self published but to my knowledge he was one of the first to place the blame on Lyndon Baines Johnson... Read morePublished 11 months ago by James Maze
I watched a History Channel show produced in the last 2 years that had an interview with Tague in which he stated that Oswald shot JFK. Read morePublished 12 months ago by George Gentry
He was there and he changed world history. And Tauge is right, when you are telling the truth, writing becomes easy.
This is his testimony. Read it.
A very informative book on a subject with so many unanswered questions.Published 14 months ago by Jimmy Barlow
Tague became a friend of mine a short time after his book was written. He was a better car salesman than a writer, but what he wrote had the ring of truth. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ann Rinker
Somebody help me understand how this is "the best" or even very useful book on the assassination. For a witness who's had 50 years in Dallas to percolate the truth, Tague has... Read morePublished 15 months ago by James N Johnson