The controversal 2003 History Channel documentary accusing Lyndon Johnson of being behind the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kenendy.

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Jon Strickland ...
Narrator (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phyllis Bartlett ...
Herself - Parkland Memorial Hospital Switchboard Operator
Madeleine Brown ...
Herself - LBJ's Mistress
Walt Brown ...
Himself - JFK Assassination Expert (as Prof. Walt Brown)
Gregory Burnham ...
Himself - JFK Assassination Expert
John Connally ...
Himself (archive footage)
Charles Crenshaw ...
Himself - Surgeon (as Dr. Charles Crenshaw)
Nathan Darby ...
Himself - Fingerprint Expert
Will Fritz ...
Himself - Dallas Police Chief of Homicide (archive footage)
Steve Gillon ...
Himself - Historian (as Steve Gillon Ph.D.)
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Himself (archive footage)
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Herself - First Lady of the United States of America (archive footage)
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Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage)
Don Marshall ...
Himself - Henry Marshall's Son
Barr McClellan ...
Himself - LBJ Attorney
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The controversal 2003 History Channel documentary accusing Lyndon Johnson of being behind the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kenendy.

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17 November 2003 (USA)  »

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Two former Presidents and the widow of Lyndon Johnson asked for an inquiry into this episode which accused Lyndon Johnson of being a major force behind the assassination. See more »

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Ed Tatro: The Kennedy assassination was the end of faith in government, and so it's up to the little man to fight the odds. Davey Crockett; Sisyphus pushing his rock; someone has to keep fighting the odds, and even though you know the chances are that you're never going to get a resolution to what you're fighting for, you have to fight for it anyway. Just the principle of justice. Just the principles of American democracy. Don't give up, keep fighting.
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The Perfect Storm in Dallas
9 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This documentary emphasizes the motives of certain organizations, CIA, FBI, and the powerful people who were negatively effected during the Presidency of Kennedy. The implication is that these people were in a position to become big losers if Kennedy stayed alive. Interviews of people who witnessed certain meetings and the demeanors of those powerful people are included.

Whereas the typical home brew opinionated person tries to pick apart Lee Harvey Oswald as the killer, this documentary lays out the huge reasons that Kennedy was placed in a dangerous "perfect storm" and "suckered" into visiting Dallas Texas. The documentary says it very strongly that having JFK killed solved some very big personal problems for certain people who would have gone to jail, and lost their careers, if he had not been killed. And they just use facts to prove this.

The film features in person interviews of people who were close to the above important people. It gives an actual view of rooms, and places where certain events took place.

Remember that when police perform an investigation, they look for motives not simply the physical evidence. Physical evidence can be changed, polluted, manipulated, fabricated. This film is about motives. The motives displayed here are not easy or possible to refute.

The facts used cannot be argued or manipulated herein. Example: There was a tax loophole available to oilmen in Texas. Kennedy sought to end it. This would have a big impact on the local economy of Texas and anyone owning oil pumping land. Jimmy Carter finally did end it. Kennedy was shortly planning on ending it. He was never able to. More: LBJ disliked the Kennedys; and the Kennedys disliked LBJ. Find out why.

This documentary is riveting. It will help you to place all of the information surrounding the killing of JFK in a believable context with motives clearly laid out. The person Lee Harvey Oswald is hardly mentioned in this particular film.

I am glad that I lived long enough to see this. If you do not see videos on the JFK killing, this is THE ONE to see.


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