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Lyndon Johnson's Role in the JFK Assassination

• https://www.fff.org, by Jacob G. Hornberger

With the publication of Douglas P. Horne's massive 5-volume book Inside the Assassination Records Review Board, the national-security establishment's role in the assassination has now been established beyond a reasonable doubt. That's because Horne meticulously detailed the fraud in the autopsy that the U.S. military carried out on Kennedy's body on the very evening of the assassination. Horne served on the staff of the ARRB in the 1990s.

Examples of autopsy fraud set forth by Horne (which are summarized in my book The Kennedy Autopsy) include (1) sneaking JFK's body into the Bethesda Naval morgue before the official start of the autopsy in order to perform pre-autopsy surgery designed to hide evidence of shots having been fired from Kennedy's front and (2) two separate brain examinations, the second of which involved someone else's brain rather than Kennedy's. Horne's findings have now been reinforced and built upon in a new book, The Final Analysis by David Mantik, M.D., Ph.D. and Jerome Corsi, Ph.D.

At the risk of belaboring the obvious, there is no innocent explanation for a fraudulent autopsy. It necessarily means criminal culpability of the national-security establishment in the assassination itself. There is no way around that. That's how we can definitively conclude that the JFK assassination was one of the national-security establishment's patented regime-change operations based on what have become the two most important words in the American political lexicon — "national security." See FFF's book JFK's War with the National Security Establishment: Why Kennedy Was Assassinated."

But what about Johnson? Was he just an innocent beneficiary of the assassination? Actually not. The circumstantial evidence establishes beyond a reasonable doubt that Johnson himself was up to his neck in the assassination. Johnson had three primary roles in the assassination.

The first role was to get JFK's body out of Dallas and deliver it into the hands of the military. Keep in mind that JFK's murder was a state criminal offense. At that time, it was not a federal crime to assassinate a president. Therefore, no federal agency had any jurisdiction over the crime. That includes the Pentagon, the CIA, and the FBI.


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