reply to post by hollyavila
Well thank you for reading what you did read.
It was a long post and I’m grateful for anyone taking the time out to read any part of this thread!!
And believe me when I say I really do wish I did get to the bottom of this as it's frustrating as hell merely speculating on who I think is involved
and not knowing for sure but if I had to guess I'd 100% say the vice president had played a huge part in it all honesty. J Edgar Hoover also...
Just take this short video for example.
He directly hints at the vice president and would you believe it, Ruby dies not very long at all after this.
From my OP:
Ruby in the video even says "When I mentioned about Adlai Stevenson, If he was the vice president there would never have been an assassination
of our beloved president."
Reporter: "Would you explain again"?
Ruby: "Well, the answer is the man in office now"
The man in office at this time was Johnson, the previous vice president.
Now have a look at this claim from Howard E. Hunt (CIA official)
E. Howard Hunt, a former CIA agent who organized the Watergate break-in, earning him the name "plumber" states in his book, American Spy: My
Secret History in the CIA, Watergate & Beyond, due out in April, that "LBJ had the money and the connections to manipulate the scenario in Dallas and
is on record as having convinced JFK to make the appearance in the first place."
"He further tried unsuccessfully to engineer the passengers of each vehicle, trying to get his good buddy, Gov. [John] Connolly, to ride with him
instead of in JFK's car – where...he would have been out of danger," writes Hunt.
Hunt concludes, "Having Kennedy liquidated, thus elevating himself to the presidency without having to work for it himself, could have been a very
tempting and logical move on Johnson's part."
Hunt passed away also not long after this.
And Johnsons own mistress even claimed that on the night prior to the assassination that Johnson told her:
"After tomorrow those SOB's will never embarrass me again, that's not a threat, that's a promise"
At the time Robery Kennedy was giving information to Time magazine on Johnson’s corruption deals and was more than certainly on his way out of
office, maybe even into a prison cell. After the assassination these reports were never published.
He also referred to these who will never embarrass him again as the Irish Mafia, in other words he’s indirectly hinting at the Kennedy’s as they
were of well known Irish descent. (A fellow Kennedy (RFK) also died not long after this and the third Kennedy Brother (Teddy Kennedy) also almost died
in the Chappaquiddick incident again not long after this giving the impression someone was out to get them perhaps?).
These people were also said to have been at this meeting.
From my OP:
Members present at the meeting according to Madeleine were figures such as J. Edgar Hoover, Clyde Tolson, John J. McCloy, Jack Ruby, George
Brown (of Brown and Root), numerous mafia kingpins, several newspaper and TV reporters, Richard Nixon and maybe more but I'm not 100% sure on that.
Notice a few well known names in there?
Jack Ruby, J. Edgar Hover (the head of FBI at the time) and Nixon (the man Kennedy beat at the elections and the man who eventually became president
Now, these are just a couple of reasons which only scratch the surface and I
recommend you read this post to see all this but a bit more in depth
Scroll down till you reach the title "- CIA, the Mafia, LBJ, the overthrowing of the president and the patsy " as this is the section I'm
recommending for you to read if you have time of course.