BARR McCLELLAN, the author of Blood, Money, & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK, joined S.T. Patrick to discuss LBJ’s inner circle and how he came to learn about their involvement in November 22, 1963. All of the major names are discussed: Ed Clark, Don Thomas, Billy Sol Estes, Mac Wallace, Madeline Brown, etc. McClellan also speaks candidly about his associations with Jack Worthington and Gordon Ferrie. From his tenure on Johnson’s legal team to Nigel Turner’s The Men Who Killed Kennedy: The Guilty Men to the Murchison Party to the argument over seating arrangements in Dallas, McClellan explains what he knew and when he knew it. Join Barr McClellan on episode 062 of the Midnight Writer News Show tonight.
Barr McClellan’s book, Blood, Money, & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK, can be purchased via Amazon.com, as well as many other fine booksellers.
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Scott Fulmer says
McClellan contradicts himself and unwittingly reveals the explanatory limits of the “LBJ did it” hypothesis when he says, both “He did it because he knew he could,’ and “He had no choice”. These simple, but important truths reveal the freedom and influence of a higher power shading LBJ’s place in the world, and it wasn’t JFK.