Jackie Killed JFK?

Saying Jackie shot JFK since 2010!


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2010 Book, "Jacqueline Accused" by Rich Jackson

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on June 26, 2012 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Got some comments on my other Jackie site - www.JackieKilledJFK.wordpress.com - from a guy who

self-published a book accusing Jackie of murdering her husband in broad daylight in Dealey Plaza

purely for her own private reasons...no big conspiracy involved, Rich Jackson claims.  He kindly offered

me a free copy for my review so when I receive it and have read it, I'll write something here about its

credibility.  To see his comments, try going here; to view his site and blog, go here.

I sure am looking forward to reading the whole book!

Clint Hill's Memoirs

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on April 5, 2012 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (0)


Maybe Hill wrote this to counteract the growing grass roots belief that Jackie shot JFK that day as my own website asserts.  I think it's very probable he was privy to the plot and her part in it and was merely helping her achieve her assignment and is still helping to maintain the cover up.   If the truth ever does come out publicly, Hill would have some 'splainin' to do!


Mae Brussell

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on February 4, 2012 at 3:35 PM Comments comments (1)

I'm dabbling around in the audio recordings of Mae Brussell, a tireless researcher

from the past, who exposed the ugly underbelly of high-level members of the

elite with something to hide in regard to the JFK assassination and other related

intelligence operations.  Here's just one from which to launch your own search.

Hot JFK Assassination reading!

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on January 17, 2012 at 11:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Absolutely LOVED "Me & Lee," by Judyth Vary Baker!  LHO has become so real to me that I'm half in love with him myself!  I truly grieve for his violent end and the loss of his good name, for he was an intelligent, sincere, and honest young man.

Reading the book led me to Judyth's website and to all the You Tube video interviews she's made, as well as audios of her interviews on Internet radio.  What a strong, forthright, passionate, and intelligent woman!  She's very brave and willing to face the hardship of a life of exile due to threats against and attempts upon her very life.

There's a Facebook page called, Vindication for Judyth Vary Baker," where Judyth herself sometimes posts, and which contains all sorts of random theories and links.  I joined it and look forward to some interesting exchanges there -- maybe with the writer/scholar herself!

I also wandered onto George de Morenschildt's rough draft manuscript online, "I Am a Patsy!" where he attempts to vindicate his young friend and comrade, Lee Oswald, while struggling to paint himself as just your everyday Russian immigrant and not an international spy!  Even with typos galore, George has a very engaging style that almost fooled me into believing he wasn't an intelligence agent and Oswald's handler in the affair (as well as probably Jackie Kennedy's and her mother's!)

Just read Roger D. Craig's manuscript online -- "When They Kill a President."  Couple bombshells to be found there.  It makes it more interesting when you realize his untimely death was probably orchestrated by enemies he made for not backing down from some inconvenient truths!

Right now, I'm also reading Russ Baker's, "Family of Secrets," tracing the history of dirty dealings by the illustrious Bush Dynasty.  The JFK assassination, which has some Bush fingerprints on it, plays a hidden but major role in the shaping of the invisible government that the Bushes were part of and still exists today.

And, next on the agenda is, "Dr. Mary's Monkey," by Edward T. Haslam.

Whew!  And all this in addition to editing a manuscript for the reprint of a book by a Christian missionary to China, and returning to work after having had major surgery a few weeks ago!  But, hey, you only live once (at least here on earth)!

Christmas Wish Come True: "Me & Lee"

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on January 6, 2012 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (0)

I got my Christmas wish and my son bought me a copy of "Me & Lee: How I Met,

Loved, and Lost Lee Harvey Oswald," by Judyth Vary Baker.  It's a fascinating book

that's difficult to put down, not only because it gives the reader a glimpse of who

Lee Harvey Oswald really was, and what kind of character he possessed,

but also details the shocking account of the author's participation in

a secret CIA-sponsored laboratory experiment to create and test

a cancer-causing bioweapon with the intention of using it to eliminate

Fidel Castro!  There are some ramifications of this project that impact the

world today!  I myself fully intend to revise certain sections of this site to reflect

what I've learned from this inside look at events in New Orleans and

Dallas.  Anyone who wishes to exponentially increase their inside knowledge

of the JFK assassination conspiracy absolutely MUST read this book.

To order it from Judyth Vary Baker's website, click here.

NOTE:  When you get to the end of the book, have tissues handy!

Another Anniversary of the Heinous Assassination of our President

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on November 23, 2011 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Today, November 22, 2011, we mark another anniversary of the day one of the best leaders of this nation was killed.  He took bullets to the brain to stop him from preventing Zionist Israel from getting their desire to thoroughly infiltrate the United States of America through internal lobbying and carefully placing their agents in positions throughout the Federal Government, national media outlets, education, judicial system, etc.  From that day -- November 22, 1963 -- forward, they have succeeded in doing just that, resulting in a United States that has become merely a pawn to a small, arrogant, but "super-power" in the Middle East.  John F. Kennedy would have rued the day this was allowed to happen.  There will come a day when Zionist Israel will decide they've used us up and they will then destroy us and deliver us to one of the nations we're indebted to, such as China.  Then the end will come for the United States of America.

My son was in Dallas a couple of weeks ago on a business trip and knowing that I had never visited Dealey Plaze myself, he made time during his trip to see it for me and take a couple of photos.  (I tried to post them here but for some reason the image uploader isn't working, so they're posted on the Random Thoughts page.)  The incriminating "X" is still on the pavement where President Kennedy was murdered in cold blood so that Zionism would prevail in its plan of world domination using our military might.

Jackie Not as Classy as She seemed?

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on November 13, 2011 at 11:15 PM Comments comments (2)

A friend sent me this article by Christopher Hitchens with his take on Jackie's image as revealed by her taped interviews with Arthur Schlessinger, Jr., shortly after JFK's assassination.  Here's my response after reading it:

"Thanks for this.  It does have a certain jealous ring to it, but if Jackie appears less than the classy lady she'd projected before the assassination, maybe it's because holding a gun to your husband's temple and pulling the trigger tends to tarnish a woman deep down.  Probably her bitterness about now having to keep up the tawdry charade for the rest of her natural life was a bit wearing; that's why she later jumped at the chance to retreat to Onassis' island; and when she return, she effectively erected a wall of privacy around herself that few could breech."

Can you imagine how difficult it would be to stay in the public eye with that immense guilt hanging over you...unless you were able to reduce it to a fairytale that even you didn't believe.


New Book by Oswald's Alleged "Lover"

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on October 23, 2011 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Just read about a new book by a woman who claims she was Oswald's lover just prior to the JFK assassination may shed some light on the enigma that was Lee Harvey Oswald.  Judyth Vary Baker insists in her book, "Me & Lee - How I Came to Know, Love and Lose Lee Harvey Oswald," that Oswald would never have killed the president.  I'm sure there will be countless reviews of the book, both pro and con, but this article gives the gist of it quite nicely, as well as a link to Baker's blog. Take some time to explore the videos and articles on Judyth's blog -- what a treasure trove!

This book is on my Christmas wishlist!  I salute and will support any writer who defends the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald was an American hero just trying to do his job but he was marked for elimination just as much as JFK!  For more information on the innocence of Lee Harvey Oswald, go to:  WHY LEE HARVEY OSWALD?

Interesting Post by Chuck Baldwin

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on August 28, 2011 at 6:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Jackie O: "A Conspiracy Nut"?  Chuck Baldwin's article displays a logic I admire.  His assertion that the JFK assassination marked a turning point in America's history after which control of this country was seized by a "criminal cabal" is something I heartily agree with; but I'll go a step further and name that cabal as being a Zionist mafia that has infiltrated the furthest reaches of the government.  Every major decision made today has as its goal the furtherance of a one world government with its central location and operation the state of Israel.  Until political writers like Chuck get the courage to identify the enemy, they're just spitting in the wind!

Possible reason for locking up tapes in the first place

Posted by jackiekilledjfk on August 18, 2011 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

As I just posted in Random, Related Thoughts, it occurred to me last night that perhaps Jackie used the interview tapes she made with Schlesinger, Jr., and then ordered locked up, as a form of "insurance" to force LBJ to keep any promises of protection and silence he may have made to her to get her cooperation in the murder of her husband, JFK.  As long as he never really knew what was on those tapes, Jackie and her kids were safe from harm, both physically and reputation-wise.  I'm sure Jackie well knew what a ruthless criminal LBJ was and that he had killed to silence before!


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