prepping for JFK, a number of us were around as "technical advisors which was a bit of a joke, since Stone only listened to people with crazy conspiracy info. He also said he did not know whether it was Johnson or an aide who spoke on the phone." It seems unlikely that anything as memorable as a demand for a confession would be forgotten if it actually happened. And the most sensational: Lyndon Johnson called the operating room were Oswald was being treated and demanded a confession be extracted from the accused assassin. Peters repeated this speculation in a speech on the subject on 4/2/92, in a talk entitled, "Who Killed JFK? Whatever was happening was larger than any. They relied on their husbands for financial support and were expected to do a great deal in return. .
There was no doubt in my mind someone had tampered with the body, or the photographs." (p. Instead of going on and on about silly conspiracy-book factoids that Crenshaw repeats, it might be good to focus on one particular class of factoids that Crenshaw repeats. At 11:55 Central Time, Manchester ( The Death of a President ) notes that the Kennedys and the Johnsons met in the East Room of the White House and then proceeded to the ceremonies moving Kennedy's body from the White House to the Capitol. "The, story of an, hour " by Kate Chopin shows a different point of view about marriage. .
He was the first to tell me that LBJ ordered Oswald killed. This is perfectly reasonable, but then Crenshaw reports that Jack Ruby was in the Texas Theater at the time of the Oswald arrest! And then there was Paul Peters: Peters told author Lifton on 11-12-66, "I was trying to think how he could have had a hole in his neck and a hole in the occiput, and the only answer we could think (of) was perhaps the bullet. I believe there was a common denominator in our silence a fearful perception that to come forward with what we believed to be the medical truth would be asking for trouble. Then there is Crenshaw's "Conspiracy of Silence" thesis. It was there that he told me that Johnson had ordered the Parkland staff to "kill the son-of-a-bitch." It was decided to "drown Oswald in his own blood.e.
louise Mallard recognition of her unhappiness gives way to the "joy of freedom. What did you observe, if anything, as to the status of the neck wound when you first arrived? Mallard finds out her husband is (supposedly) dead. . All these silly conspiracy factoids could be blamed on Crenshaw's conspiracy-oriented coauthors Shaw and Hansen. 132 Crenshaw says that the damage extended around to the back.