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19 November 2006

JFK - LBJ : Amazing Assassination Accusation Interview ...

This coming Wednesday 22nd November is the 43rd anniversary of the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy.

And, This Old Brit is old enough to remember that terrible time almost as if it were only yesterday.

In the many years that have passed since that diabolical day in Dallas, much has been written regarding what did and did not actually happen. And, 'This Old Brit' has read much of it though by no means most of it, since to have done so would probably have consumed almost 43 years of his own life.

However, while freely admitting that he never for one minute bought the 'Lone Gun-man/Magic Bullet' version of the JFK killing, neither did he ever buy into any single so-called conspiracy theory.

But having recently been presented with what could well be claimed to be the most compelling (perhaps even the most convincing), related film/sound footage he has ever seen or heard -- he feels compelled to pass it on.

Therefore, without any personal comment, he does. Right here and now.

But first, please read this.

Madeleine Brown

( From Demopedia )

Categories: John F. Kennedy assassination

Madeleine Brown was a businesswoman who worked for Glenn Advertising. Later she claimed she had an affair with Lyndon B. Johnson. In 1988 she told Jack Anderson that: "In the fall of 1963 I was in the Carousel Club with other advertising people and Jack Ruby was saying that Lee Harvey Oswald had been in the club and he had been bragging that he had been bragging that he had taken a shot at Major General Edwin Walker".

On 24th February, 1992, Brown gave an interview on the television show, A Current Affair. Brown claimed that on the 21st November, 1963, she was at the home of Clint Murchison. Others at the meeting included J. Edgar Hoover, Clyde Tolson, John J. McCloy, Richard Nixon, Harvey Bright and Haroldson L. Hunt.

At the end of the evening Lyndon B. Johnson arrived: "Tension filled the room upon his arrival. The group immediately went behind closed doors. A short time later Lyndon, anxious and red-faced, re-appeared. I knew how secretly Lyndon operated.

Therefore I said nothing... not even that I was happy to see him. Squeezing my hand so hard, it felt crushed from the pressure, he spoke with a grating whisper, a quiet growl, into my ear, not a love message, but one I'll always remember: "After tomorrow those goddamn Kennedys will never embarrass me again - that's no threat - that's a promise."

Brown claimed that Lyndon B. Johnson was the father of her son, Steven Mark Brown. Barr McClellan later confirmed that Madeleine Brown received regular payments from Johnson via his Brazos-Tenth, his money-laundering corporation. In 1987 Steven Mark Brown filed a lawsuit against the estate of his father. This was unsuccessful and in 1990 he died of cancer.

Brown published her autobiography, Texas in the Morning: The Love Story of Madeleine Brown and President Lyndon Baines Johnson in 1997. In the book she claimed that Johnson was involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Madeleine Brown died on June 22, 2002.
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Now, watch and listen to what follows and prepare to be amazed -- at the very least, amazed.

Remember; you decide; your own verdict is yours.

The Madeleine Brown LBJ-JFK assassination accusation interview.

Talk about shock and awe, eh?

N.B. This video was placed on YouTube -- but has since been 'disappeared'.



Anonymous musings said...

Isn't she interesting? I feel she is absolutely genuine in the contacts she had with people. A reluctant mistress who would have preferred to be the wife - and a First Lady at that. The passion for Lyndon as described is totally believeable.

The disappearance - the "rendition" - of her son, while he was confirmed to be Lyndon's -- chilling and, again, believeable. Even though LBJ was dead at the time, there were those who still benefitted from his legend, people still in power because of him. Therefore -- his memory is to be controlled by obscuring the truth.

Now for the question of the money men behind the assassination... How interesting this compromise at the convention nominating Kennedy ... done in full knowledge that this was a path to power for LBJ.

One has only to remember the attempt on Reagan by a "lone nut" acquaintance of the Bush family, whose father was also in the oil bid'ness, and whose family had some legal matters hanging over their heads. Such matters can be considerable if one only recollects Enron and the long prison sentence of Skilling, the death of Ken Lay from a heart attack, and the previous suicide (?) of a key state's witness against the principals in the case, Clifford Baxter.

Texas. Ground Hog Day. When will the curse be lifted?

4:55 am  
Blogger markfromireland said...

Hi Richard,

o/t but have you seen this? Saudi arms deal inquiry closes in on secret papers

8:41 am  
Anonymous kiwi said...

Amazing is an understatement. It will be later today before I can watch it right through, but what I've seen so far is mind blowing ~ yet entirely believaable.

11:56 am  
Anonymous Rosemary said...

I've watched this. The video could do with some editing to organize and eliminate the duplications ... but it does appear believable.

However, I have never believed Johnson was responsible, at least not in a direct way. I suppose the anger she describes in Johnson's voice may have been because he learned about it and there was nothing he could do to stop it. (or the price for doing so would be too great).

After all, this woman has her own reasons to want to seek revenge after what happened to her son.

It makes me want to read the new LBJ biography by Bill Moyers that is just now coming out. Moyers was on Johnson's White House staff when Johnson was President. He surely has things to say about the JFK assassination. I feel pretty certain Bill Moyers would not have gone to work for LBJ if he believed LBJ was into having people killed.

One other reaction -- looks like you can't tell much difference between the Mafia and the Texas Democrats. (And we already know Texas Republicans are terrible!) Of course I'm talking about the politicians, not the regular people.

2:40 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THanks Richard,

I will watch the video later. Always interesting material on your blog. I remember vividly the day JFK was assassinated. I come from a christian community in Lebanon and they juts loved JFK. I was 5 years old and the church bell went on in a mourning mode and I asked people around me who died and I was told that the president of the united states died and that was Johnson who killed him ! Women in my village were wearing black and cursing Johnson. This is a very vivid memory of my childhood as much as the moon landing.

5:15 pm  
Anonymous Charles said...

A VP is only ever a single heartbeat away from being President. As is Dick Cheney today. I shudder at the thought. As if the current incumbant isn't bad enough.

I've always thought that the average American never seems to attach enough importance to the choice of VP - for the most obvious of reasons.

6:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very interresting.

I don't have time right now find and post links but google's made for the job if anyone's interested enough to use it.

Here's a few thoughts.

GWH Walker Bush was a young ambitious man at this time. He worked for and later became boss of the CIA. And later of course, President himself. And later still, his son did too. Not to mention another of his sons becoming a state Governor - Florida - where the voting chicanery ensured GWB's 'selection' to the presidency.

Also, GHW Bush is one of the very few people who (still) claim they don't remember where they were or what they were doing on that fateful that day.

You find by digging that a phone call from Dallas, shortly before the killing happened, was placed 'fingering' certain people. That phone call is officially on the record. The callers name? A Mr George Bush. Though not himself, according to GHWB.

And as for lots of 'relevent' Cuban connections ~ well, GHWB had them in abundance. As his son Jeb, as Florida governor has had for a long time ~ and indeed still does.

And I haven't even mentioned oil ~ once.

There's a single person's lifetime's work here for anyone so inclined.

6:31 pm  
Anonymous xxx said...

Aaaand anon, and everyone else ...

Don't forget that one of the handpicked members of the infamous Warren (whitewash) Commision set up to 'investigate' (hha, ha - that's a good one), the JFK killing, was a man named Gerald Ford.

Yeah, right. THAT Gerald Ford. You know, the one who also just happened to soon become annother. unelected US President.

And some naieve people STILL think they get to choose their presidents.

And some people STILL are stupid enough to call others with much more common sense than themselves -- conspiracy nuts.

Ha! I know who I call the nuts. The 'coincidence' nuts. Talk about being as thick as a plank or as dumb as a pet rock.

7:55 pm  
Blogger bootlian said...

Oh, bugger!

Anonymous and xxx have stolen my thunder. They've mentioned all the things I thought I'd wow everyone with.

Awhr, never mind, I'll swallow my sour grapes ... good work guys. You too of course, Richard -- as always.

7:59 pm  
Anonymous musings said...

One of the ways in which people stumble on the whole assassination story is to find a lot of reasons why the ambitious LBJ would never have actually had Kennedy killed. Well, of course he would never have consciously been part of a plot which might have been uncovered! Look at the blackmail potential there.

Just as high rollers bid discreetly at auction, I am reasonably sure that if you are a person whose skids have been greased to come to power, you are not going to hold up your paddle very obviously when something is afoot.

This is why such things are so hard to "solve." Solutions are for much smaller discrete crimes against the state. People vs. Someone. Crown vs. Someone. There are no cases which take the other form, unless it is the endgame of a regime. And Johnson was just getting started, as was, apparently, Texas.

8:00 pm  
Anonymous Griffon said...

The Wink

9:17 am  
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6:17 am  

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