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"A must-read for any student of the assassination. lf you believe the Warren Report fiction now, you will not after reading this book."  —Robert Groden, staff photographic consultant to the House Select Committee on Assassinations and author, High Treason: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: What Really Happened


"Who better to tell of the coup d'etat of 1963 than James Tague, the third man wounded in Dealey Plaza?"  —Jim Marrs, New York Times–bestselling author, Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy


"'Not only was James Tague the third person wounded in Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, but James is a most credible JFK researcher who was a close friend of early Warren Commission critic Harold Weisberg and also friends with many LBJ insiders who indict LBJ for the murder of JFK."  —Robert Morrow, historian

About the Author

James T. Tague is recognized as one of the country's top researchers on the Kennedy assassination. He was an eyewitness to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the third person injured during the shooting, he sustained a minor injury from a missed shot meant for President Kennedy hitting the street in front of him and throwing debris into his face. His belated testimony before the Warren Commission about the missed shot caused the Commission to have to rewrite their report.  He is also the author of Truth Withheld: A Survivor's Story. He lives near Dallas, Texas.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Trine Day; First Edition edition (October 22, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937584747
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937584740
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 6.2 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,699 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Robert P. Morrow on October 24, 2013
Format: Paperback
This is the perfect book for someone who is new to the JFK assassination. Not only was James Tague one of three people wounded at Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63 - others were JFK killed and John Connally almost killed - but Tague is a very credible JFK researcher who was quite close to Harold Weisberg, one of the pioneering JFK researchers.

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.
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By Joe Hall on October 13, 2013
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This is a sobering story written by a man who's entire life was changed on 11/22/1963, as one of the few remaining live witnesses to the JFK Assassination. Who better to tell the story? Someone who had the ability to get to other witnesses for personal interviews no other person could get, and the range of his acquaintances, from the wealthy on down. Close acquaintances with other researchers like Harold Weisberg, insiders such as Billy Sol Estes and Madeleine Brown. This is James T. Tague's autobiography, who's story you can tell comes from the heart.
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.
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This book is very poorly written. The sentence structure and punctuation are amateurish. I suspect that Mr. Tague is self-publishing his books; and therefore, the manuscript is not going through the normal editorial process. He says as a preface that certain passages may be repeated, but the amount of repetition becomes annoyingly redundant. Tague titles his book "LBJ and the Kennedy Killing" but waits until the very end of the book to get to the point. I read a much better book last year called "LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination" by Philip F. Nelson that's more thorough, much more detailed and better-written. The one thing new I learned from Tague's book was the KGB report on the assassination; the Soviets came to the same conclusion...that LBJ was behind it. That's never been widely reported in the U.S., either.
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The above title is an excellent book as far as the all important content goes, and the author has his heart in the right place. Being the last man standing in the eyewitness stakes, he certainly has a very important, and truly unique story to tell, not something to be sniffed at when we consider the JFK Thing has been examined every which way from Friday 11/22/63 in the past fifty years. One of the most interesting segments of many deals with the Soviets and the KGB's assessment of the whole shooting match as it were. Priceless, worth the price of admission alone.

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.
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