Nixon’s Dirty Trickster: LBJ Killed JFK | Interview with Roger Stone

Abby Martin speaks with former Nixon White House advisor and self-proclaimed ‘GOP Hitman’, Roger Stone, about his new book ‘The Man Who Killed Kennedy’ as well as his career behind the scenes of dirty politics.
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3 Comments on "Nixon’s Dirty Trickster: LBJ Killed JFK | Interview with Roger Stone"

  1. Haystack | Nov 6, 2013 at 8:51 am |

    I had this thought recently…We know that prior to the assassination, Oswald had visited the Cuban embassy, talked to a KGB guy, etc…but this information was withheld from the Warren Commission.

    Suppose that Castro/the Soviets either planned, enabled, or were aware of the plot, and the coverup was to prevent the American people from knowing this because it would lead directly to war. The Cuban Missile Crisis, after all, had just happened. In this case, it would be a benevolent conspiracy, and the culprits “the usual suspects.”

    • gustave courbet | Nov 9, 2013 at 11:45 pm |

      Kennedy was the best friend the Soviets could ask for in an American leader. He proposed a joint US-USSR space program at the height of the cold war. And the Russians weren’t well positioned to pull extra secret service men off the president’s car.

  2. gustave courbet | Nov 9, 2013 at 11:48 pm |

    Stone uses the “Chicago Democratic machine” as an example of shining legitimate democratic process and to repudiate the ‘hanging chad’ argument. Not the best example…

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