The Men Who Killed Kennedy: Season 1, Episode 9

The Guilty Men (2003)

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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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Episode credited cast:
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.)
Himself (archive footage)
Herself - First Lady of the United States of America (archive footage)
Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage)
Don Marshall ...
Himself - Henry Marshall's Son
Barr McClellan ...
Himself - LBJ Attorney


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

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This episode premiered in the United States in November 2003 during the week marking the 40th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. See more »


Gregory Burnham: There's no statute of limitations on murder. If they're still continuing to cover it up in twenty more years, that's obstruction of justice; it's a conspiracy. The men who killed Kennedy don't end with the people who pulled triggers.
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Why Johnson?
2 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Johnson and his wife were in the second car behind Kennedy's, just a few yards away. Do you really think Johnson would place himself and wife there when high-powered rifle bullets were flying around?

Johnson appointed Chief Justice Warren to head Commission. Warren was the only man in the United States who was co-equal to Johnson as the head of a separate branch of the government. If Johnson was guilty, why would he appoint the only man in the US that he could not influence?

Johnson himself told Walter Cronkite and others that he thought the assassination was a conspiracy. If he was implicated, why would Johnson repeatedly mention conspiracy to numerous people?

Oswald had associations with many govt types and organized crime characters. But no connections with Johnson. So if you think Johnson was involved, find a connection (if you can).

Conclusion: Johnson didn't do it.

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