- Hardcover: 424 pages
- Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing; 1 edition (November 6, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1626363137
- ISBN-13: 978-1626363137
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 9 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 1,367 customer reviews
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The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ Hardcover – November 6, 2013
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—Former U.S. Attorney David Marston
I think this is probably the most definitive book . . . the most speculation free and certainly the most rubbish free work I have ever read on the subject. You would be doing yourself an enormous favor to get it, read it, digest in, and maybe read it again.
—John B. Wells, Coast to Coast
Any serious student of politics or history should read Roger Stone's stunning new book The Man Who Killed Kennedy.
—Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
Roger Stone nails LBJ for JFK murder!
—James O' Keefe III, journalist, filmmaker
Stone's evidence is compelling and fascinating.
—Dick Morris, political author, commentator, and consultant
GREAT book, you have it covered very well.
—Phil Nelson, author of LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination
Roger Stone is likely the only person who both had access to higher levels of government and is willing to stake his reputation on this particular theory.
Stone’s indictment of Lyndon Johnson deserves to be taken more seriously than anyone else’s.
Has evidence Lyndon B. Johnson arranged John F. Kennedy's assassination
—Daily Mail UK
—Sunday Times of London
America's biggest cover-up exposed after 50 years!
Bombshell new evidence!
After 50 years, Stone exposes the truthLBJ did it.
Backs up the bombshell claim of President Lyndon B. Johnson's former mistress, that LBJ was the power-crazed mastermind behind the assassination of the man he replaced in the White House, John F. Kennedy!
LBJ was far more evil, ruthless and unbalanced than we were told.
—South Florida Post
—East Orlando Post
Stone's book will change American history forever!
—Robert Morrow, historian
About the Author
Mike Colapietro is an investigative journalist and researcher who received his bachelors from Eastern Connecticut State and is studying for Masters from the University of South Florida. His work has appeared in the Tampa Bay Times, Smoke Magazine, and Yahoo.com.
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Although many of us thought LBJ was behind the assassination from the very beginning, Stone’s presentation of the wide involvement is revealing --- if true. But remember, just because it’s a conspiracy theory doesn’t mean it wasn’t an actual conspiracy. Especially when the theory is too massive to ignore.
I'm not a conspiracy theorist though I have become an historical revisionist, e.g. Germany was not responsible for the start of The Great War, but Stone leaves no doubt in my mind that 1) Johnson was a gross and disgusting man, 2)he was probably crazy, and 3) he was involved in killing Kennedy. Yes, he had plenty of help with malcontents from the CIA, and from Hoover who was facing forced retirement, from his crooked Texas attorneys, and the mob. Stone very well documents the story of how involved mob characters were in government. The latter being a real shocker.
The book is well documented and easy; no, make that fun, to read. I highly recommend it.
Oh by the way there was a conspiracy to create the Federal Reserve Bank, that's as far as I'm willing to go with the conspiracy theory stuff.
By the way guess what happened to the guy who shot from the grassy knoll. That's right he did have something in common with the patsy Oswald.
Johnson hated the Kennedy's. His paranoia led him to believe that JFK and the rest of his staff held him in disrepute and simply ignored him which given Johnson's "character" is not difficult to believe. Johnson's lack of any of the qualities that make a man human and his connections with the criminal element of his time it is not beyond the pale to believe Johnson would go on to engineer the assassination of JFK. Johnson wanted the presidency and would do anything to obtain it.
While there have been scores of books written on the JFK assassination many fall short in making this connection. It's a fascinating and horrifying story of a ruthless mad-man who would stop at nothing to get what he wanted including the murder of his own sister.
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