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Murder from Within: Lyndon Johnson’s Plot Against President Kennedy

Written in 1974 Murder From Within will show what actually happened to President Kennedy, the consequences of his murder, and what action Americans can take to protect their institutions from further internal assault. The problem of usurpation from within and illegitimate and bloody transfer of power is as old as political history itself. Betrayal from within from the leaders own inner circle dates all the way back to Julius Caesar and Jesus Christ. Centuries ago, several Roman Emperors were killed by their own Praetorian guards. This plot, which involved only a handful of high officials and a few Secret Service Agents, called for President Kennedy to be maneuvered to Dallas and executed in public. His body was then forcibly removed from the control of the Dallas Coroner and flown to Washingon, D.C. to a military hospital. There, autopsy findings were supervised to foil a later investigation and implicate a scapegoat. The plot required a high probability of success. Therefore, it was self-contained: carefully recruited members of the Secret Service- the President’s guards- murdered him. The portability of a motorcade allowed the assassins to escape and the evidence to remain under their control. With their obvious cover as guards, the Secret Service could ensure that the planning would result in the replacement of one chief executive with another who now had the power to cover the crime up. The scapegoat for the crime was placed near the motorcade by being told to look for work at locations on one of two likely parade routes. Once he had a job, the motorcade was planned to pass in front of where he worked. In this way, it would appear that he had found his position by accident. To plan the route first and then place the scapegoat in position would raise serious questions in an investigation about his prior knowledge. Seven years in the making Murder From Within shows exactly and in detail how a small high l

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  1. W. Green says

    Fascinating Book: The Elephant in Living Room USA

  2. E. H. Pitcher says

    NOTHING LESS THAN THE ACTUAL SOLUTION TO THE GREATEST MURDER MYSTERY OF ALL TIME! After seeing references to this work in virtually every credible book on the subject, yet being unable to find it anywhere after a six-year search, I had to travel to the United States Library of Congress to read the original manuscript – the result was a spellbinding experience. Newcomb and Adams had the wherewithal and the courage to be out in front on the matter of Secret Service culpability – something that the so called “research community” has only recently come to grips with thanks to Palamara, Robertson, Bolden, Horne, Lane, and others.In Murder From Within – written in 1974 – Newcomb and Adams pinpoint the simple elegance of the plot that ensured its success – men widely perceived as responsible for protecting the president were compromised and a statistically impossible, systemic failure took place on Elm Street to allow the assassination to occur – and worse. Then, these men, who failed so completely (or did they), suddenly snapped into action by brutally seizing the prima facie evidence and delivering virtually all of it back to the LBJ White House before the sun rose the next day. (Newcomb and Adams also point out that the first hand LBJ shook on arrival at Andrews Air Force base was Secret Service Chief James Rowley.) They later provided their version of these events – in which they were criminally negligent – to Johnson’s commission supposedly investigating the crime of the century – who took their statements as expert testimony against the self-described patsy. Despite the massive failure and illegal actions, agents involved – along with their chief – received high honors or positions of greater resposibility.Given that many Americans are ignorant of world history, the concept of an American praetorian guard scenario has yet to gain traction. In fact, proponents are attacked and the topic is often censored from popular JFK assassination forums. Thus, a willingness to consider Newcomb and Adams’ Secret Service scenario has become the litmus test as to who the gatekeepers are among these often strange and reactionary internet personalities.Many do not realize that these two men were among the very first to collect evidence that raised the question as to whether or not any shots came from within the presidential limo – literally taking the question to the two agents who were inside the limo, and who controlled JFK during and after the assassination. From these recorded interviews, one might say that they reacted nervously when questioned on this point, and the question has endured ever since. (See “Bill Greer Speaks” on Youtube, as well as the Canadian interview of Roy Kellerman.) Many who seek to dispel this theory – with really no basis other than their “esteemed opinion” – would rather you believe that Bill Cooper was the originator of such an assertion. We should expect their heads to remain in the sand and that they will remain mute now that this book is published – just as they have done with Horne.Open minded readers will be surprised to compare the observations in this early work with and . Watching the stabilized Zapruder film available in , you will see William Robert Greer turn toward JFK at the precise moment necessary to deliver a “coup de gras”, and it does appear that this agent’s posture is attuned to such a task. Further, you’ll discover a pattern of actual witness testimony and evidence that suggests a handgun was fired at JFK from close range. Hill heard a handgun fired into a hard object – witnesses heard or saw shots fired from the president’s car – Parkland doctors reported a wound caused by a high velocity handgun fired at close range (see ) – a .45 caliber slug was reportedly recovered from the scene – “driver” William Greer stuck to the president’s corpse like glue – guided the so called “autopsy” – and kept the president’s clothing locked in his locker in the White House Garage.Additionally, these men pioneered many observations regarding the blatant and crude alterations to the extant Zapruder film. They also filled in a wealth of details on other photographic inconsistencies – including the fascinating discovery that perhaps a train was utilized as the getaway vehicle for the sniper team. Body alteration was another component of the crime that they introduced in great detail – the FBI…

  3. Steve Summers says

    The original source of some pioneering JFK assassination research–finally into print. I’m pleased to discover this book has finally been published as a respectable volume. The 1974 edition was a low-budget “down & dirty” run of 100 copies intended for distribution to responsible public officials whom, it was hoped, would act on the (quite shocking) information within. At that date many books had credibly challenged the “Lone Nut” theory made official by the Warren Commission, but none worth reading had proposed a comprehensive alternative explanation of the How, Who & Why of JFK’s murder.The authors’ expectations–that their well-documented (but uncomfortable) facts would quickly trump the officially endorsed (but comfortable) myth–were disappointed. The fearful reluctance of elected officials (and even the news media) to reopen the Pandora’s Box of this American coup d’etat was not so obvious then. It didn’t help that the book openly identified an evident conspiracy within the Secret Service and spelled out the names of high ranking suspects–including LBJ. The book’s straight-to-the-point outline of what they believe happened in Dallas in 1963 was brief, and probably inclined some readers to suppose it equally thin of evidence. Not so. The documents footnoted would fill probably fill two more books if they’d all been published as appendices. A fully developed exposition would have likely bent a bookshelf.”Murder from Within” was more than an alternative to the Warren Commission’s version of the crime. It included a groundbreaking exploration of the gaping chasm between the Dallas Doctors’ and the Bethesda Pathologists’ descriptions of JFK’s wounds. The book posited this conflict as the result of an interim alteration of President’s body five years before the David Lifton’s bestselling “Best Evidence” made the same point with even more powerful evidence.Newcomb and Adams’ contention that (some) U.S. Secret Service agents’ were centrally involved in the killing, and that the orgin of the fatal shots was from within the limousine remains controversial today and was even more so in 1974. But before you dismiss these conclusions as crackpot notions, consider their evidence. However implausible the idea on its face, the theory is supported by more facts than you might expect. There are eyewitnesses, nose witnesses (who smelled gunpowder at street level), and some very astonishing frames within the Zapruder film.There are counterintuitive aspects of this theory which will give skeptics pause (e.g.,”How could Gov. and Mrs. Connally not not have noticed this?”), but their narrative addresses these, so keep your mind open till you’ve read the book. It may be a shocking conclusion, but it’s not the work of fantasts in tin foil hats pointing toward an invisible army of pluripotent conspirators. Their conclusions are well anchored in evidence and their conclusions drawn with strict parsimony–largely from the Warren Commission’s own evidence and from contemporaneous news sources. Their scenario may or may not describe the final truth about the shots’ orgin, but it’s a good competitor for the Grassy Knoll shooters, and way more credible than the WC’s infamous Single Bullet Theory.The authors were also were first to note that nearly all of the physical evidence linking Oswald to the crime was highly suspect, and that much of it shows credible evidence of forgery and was mostly produced by a suspiciously small subset of investigators. Here are two obscure discoveries from the vast official archive the WC’s published evidence: a first time showing of a rarely noted map that Oswald used in his remarkably prescient job hunt in October of 1963–that took him up and down two potential motorcade routes days before they were even planned in D.C.A second neglected document shows that Oswald apparently suspected he was being set up as a “patsy”–as he would describe himself to reporters in the Dallas jail. It’s a photo of package which Oswald mailed to himself at a fictitious address shortly before the JFK visit–a not uncommon spook trick to sequester sensitive items from an expected hostile search. The package wrapping was found (emptied of content) in the post office after his death. The Warren Commission filed this hot potato FBI report without comment in their 29 volumes of unsorted documents.Many of the revelations within this book were adopted by later researchers (particularly the Z-film alterations and other photographic forgeries), so if you’re well informed on the subject, don’t be surprised if some of it seems dated. These were incendiary discoveries in 1974. If some magical election day begets us a Congress with a spine, and an honest investigation uncovers the truth about the 1963 events in Dallas, this book may suddenly become a collector’s item.(This may be already happening: I’m told that copy #40 of the first 100 (sent to Senator Russell Long in ’74) recently turned up on ebay…

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