reply to post by secretnasaman
In reference to Lyndon Baines Johnson, I submit the following:
1. Statement from Madeleine D. Brown:
"On Thursday night, Nov. 21, 1963, the last evening prior to Camelot's demise, I attended a social at Clint Murchison's home. It was my
understanding that the event was scheduled as a tribute honoring his long time friend, J. Edgar Hoover, whom Murchison had first met decades earlier
through President William Howard Taft, and Hoover's companion and assistant, Clyde Tolson.
The impressive guest list included John J. McCloy, Richard Nixon, George Brown, R.L. Thornton, H.L. Hunt, and a host of others from the 8F group.
The jovial party was just breaking up when Lyndon made an unscheduled visit. I was most surprised by his appearance, since Jesse had not mentioned
anything about Lyndon's coming to Clint's. With Lyndon's hectic schedule, I never dreamed he could attend the big party. After all, he had arrived
in Dallas on Tuesday to attend the Pepsi-Cola convention.
Tension filled the room upon his arrival. The group immediately went behind closed doors. A short time later Lyndon, anxious and red-faced,
I knew how secretively 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."
2. Other than "Oswald's palm print on one carton, 1 other fingerprint was found in the "Snipers Nest" which belonged to Malcomb E "Mac"
Wallace, a man with close ties to Lyndon over many years.
"A Texas-based assassination research group has publicly named a man believed to have left a previously unidentified fingerprint on a box making up
the so-called "sniper's nest" on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository.
At a May 29 press conference in Dallas, researcher and author Walt Brown said that the fingerprints belong to Malcolm E. "Mac" Wallace, a convicted
killer with ties to Lyndon Baines Johnson. The fingerprints have been officially unidentified since President Kennedy was assassinated in 1963.
Brown presented data showing a 14-point match between Wallace's fingerprint card, obtained from the Texas Department of Public Safety, and the
previously unidentified print, a copy of which was kept in the National Archives. The match was made by A. Nathan Darby, an expert with certification
by the International Association of Identifiers.
The Texas researchers forwarded their findings to the Dallas Police Department, who passed it on to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Copies have
also gone to Assassination Records Review Board, the federal panel created to oversee the identification and release of records relating to the JFK
DPD print (left) matched by Darby to unidentified print from TSBD (right)
Malcolm Wallace, convicted in a 1951 murder and suspected in others, has been linked to the 1961 death of U.S. Department of Agriculture investigator
Henry Marshall. Marshall was reportedly close to connecting Lyndon Johnson to fraudulent activities involving businessman and convicted swindler Billy
Lyndon Baines Johnson was a lying snake in the grass with his interview with CBS. His boys arranged the "Sniper Nest" to set up "a" Lee Harvey
He at the very least, was a major recipient and had prior knowledge of the assassination. At the most, he was in it up to his lyin' eyeballs.
[edit on 8-10-2009 by Oldnslo]