LBJ had JFK killed. Are you Stoned?

Oh Brother. You will see this kind of stuff all over before November.

Roger Stone: LBJ had Kennedy killed | The Daily Caller.

Legendary Republican operative Roger Stone claims in his new book that Lyndon Johnson arranged John F. Kennedy’s assassination, and that Richard Nixon and Johnson had a documented relationship with Lee Harvey Oswald’s killer, Jack Ruby, years before Ruby shot Oswald in the basement of Dallas police headquarters in 1963.

Stone, who worked for Richard Nixon’s Committee to Re-elect the President in 1972 and later served in the Nixon administration, claims in his forthcoming book that Johnson, then a congressman, instructed Richard Nixon, then a congressman, to hire Ruby on the House of Representatives payroll in 1947.

Stone, a flamboyant Libertarian who enjoys posting quotes about himself, has been pushing this idea for a while. A quick search shows this on his “Stone Zone” site back in 2010 where he says: “We don’t know who did murder Kennedy. We have pretty well established it was not Lee Harvey Oswald. We have also established that it certainly was not Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone.”


The new book will be out in October, right before the 50th anniversary of the assassination. Wonder if it will have evidence. Wonder if it will be speculation or supported by sources? Wonder if it will just be hearsay? Nah, can’t say I really do wonder. There’s got to be a lot more to get me interesting than a book with a sensational story for sale.

  7 comments for “LBJ had JFK killed. Are you Stoned?

  1. @realitydriven
    May 11, 2013 at 7:27 PM

    Even the government are “conspiracy theorists” when it comes to JFK.

  2. RDW
    May 11, 2013 at 8:52 PM

    Well frankly, with the largely circumstantial evidence regarding Oswald, and no trial to examine the records from, and an investigation that closed very rapidly, as I consider things, and a frame missing from Zapruder’s home movie when it was returned, the best I could come up with regarding the assassination would be that there is not enough evidence to conclude that Oswald absolutely, positively shot JFK. The evidence would lead me to believe that Oswald was probably looking down the barrel of a rifle when Kennedy died. That he hit him is not a certainty. If there were someone else shooting at Kennedy, Oswald very well might have seen it happening. It might very well be that Oswald was, as he stated, a patsy. That’s my opinion. And to answer your question : No, I’m not stoned. Not even drunk.

  3. spookyparadigm
    May 11, 2013 at 9:50 PM

    “Stone Zone”


  4. Patrick
    May 11, 2013 at 10:58 PM

    The HSCA concluded that Oswald alone assassinated JFK. They concluded that the single bullet theory was correct. Supposed audio evidence was brought to them late in their investigation purporting to prove a fourth shot, so the committee concluded that there must have been another shot for which there was no other evidence, and thus there must have been a conspiracy. Subsequently it was shown that the audio evidence was faulty. There was no evidence of a fourth shot. So there was no conspiracy, at least not as concluded by the HSCA.

    Fifty years later the evidence for Oswald acting alone holds up. There’s NO evidence for any other scenario. For Oswald we have loads of evidence. Receipts, prints, witnesses, the murder of Tippett. etc. Oswald did it alone. No other conclusion is possible after 50 years of investigation by legions of investigators determined to prove otherwise.

  5. Randolph
    May 12, 2013 at 9:00 AM

    It’s well known that LBJ was very ambitious and had a vicious temperament. I was never convinced of the conventional theories about the JFK assassination. I’ve seen some excerpts from Roger Stone’s book on the assassination and it looks very convincingly that LBJ was behind it. I’ll read it before before making a judgement .. Why not order your copy ?

  6. May 12, 2013 at 11:37 AM

    You don’t have to be Stoned to figure out LBJ had JFK killed- All I ask is that people READ my book before arguing with it’s conclusions. “The Man Who Killed Kennedy- the case against LBJ : will be available Oct 1

  7. F89
    May 12, 2013 at 8:48 PM

    We see that you have come to a different conclusion than history and previous research has, so without reading it, we can argue against it, using previous research and history. Now if your evidence holds up against scrutiny, it may change minds. If your book stands the test of time, I’l borrow it form the library.

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