Why another JFK Conspiracy Theory? Because the Truth is still being missed -- after nearly 60 years!
Our website is different because we ground our observations and opinions firmly upon the sworn testimony within the Warren Commission Hearings and Exhibits. Confirmation or contradiction, the answer has been hidden in plain sight all along.
The Dallas Right Wing has long confessed.
Do we accept the 1968 results of Jim Garrison? The answer is yes and no. Garrison was 90% right -- but he was denied the crucial data to solve the mystery. So, at the very end his conclusions were mistaken.
According to Dr. Jeffrey Caufield (2015) the esteemed Jim Garrison had once targeted General Walker as a suspect -- but suddenly and without warning switched to the CIA as main suspect.
Jim Garrison was brilliant when it came to all events in New Orleans during the summer of 1963. It was his duty as District Attorney. But the solution to the JFK murder mystery can only be found in Dallas, and not in New Orleans. Regardless of all of Garrison's clues.
In all of Dallas, only one prominent citizen would come forward to cooperate with Jim Garrison, namely, Deputy Roger Craig. He finally succumbed to his fifth ambush.
Who killed JFK?
It was not the Dallas Police Department -- although we detect some rogue policemen in the plot. It was not the Dallas Sheriffs Department -- although we detect some rogue deputies in the plot.
Same with higher offices.
Wherever the circles overlap among Minutemen, JBS, Police, Deputies, and Friends of Walker, we should expect to find more than one plotter.
Jim Garrison was right about everything that had to do with New Orleans. But the answer wasn't in New Orleans. The answer was in Dallas.
The CIA did not kill JFK !
Neither did the Mafia!
Neither did J. Edgar Hoover!
Neither did LBJ!
Neither did Fidel Castro!
Neither did Khrushchev!
We say: the resigned General Edwin Walker was the far more likely suspect!
The JFK Kill Team was entirely rooted in Dallas. All the shooters were volunteers. None were paid. They were all grim devotees of rogue Bircher politics.
In our opinion, the head of the Dallas plotters was the resigned US Army General Edwin Walker. Walker was the only US General to resign in the 20th century.
Walkers' vendetta against JFK and RFK was personal. They had sent him to an insane asylum, ruining his political future. His biggest ally in Dallas was H.L. Hunt.
Directly under Walker were Sheriff Bill Decker, Captain Will Fritz and Chief Jesse Curry. Their subordinates, who were select, loyal volunteers, acting without pay, were the foot soldiers in the JFK assassination, according to our research.
The Dallas plot could never succeed without the help of the Dallas FBI and the Dallas Secret Service.
This mainly means FBI agent James Hosty and Secret Service agent Forrest Sorrels. In our opinion, these men acted in betrayal of Washington DC headquarters of the FBI and Secret Service. They knew what Walker, Hunt, Decker, Fritz and Curry had planned, and they held back these facts from their superiors in Washington DC.
That was the key to the operation -- that the FBI and Secret Service in Washington DC would operate on missing information.
The unifying theme for all the participants was the rogue Bircher dogma that JFK (like Presidents Eisenhower, Truman, and FDR before him) was a Communist traitor.
That's the basic theory of this website.
Jason Ward and I want to thank Harry Dean for his courageous journey since 1965, identifying General Walker and the Radical Right as major players in the JFK Assassination.
We also thank Dr. Jeff Caufield and Bill Simpich, because their scholarly research has supported our theory for years.
--Paul & Jason
Connected to Oswald in 1963
General Edwin A Walker is barely remembered today but in the early 1960s he was the face of the anti-integration Right.
See a more recent look at Gen Walker in Politico
Harry Dean is one of the last remaining witnesses to the conspiracy to frame Oswald and is an adviser to this website
Dr Caufield explains that when President Kennedy escalated conflicts with General Edwin A. Walker and his radical-right segregationists, he (Kennedy) produced a chain of events leading to the assassination.
primary sources predominate
Most of the evidence here is from the FBI or sworn witness testimony.
2017-2018 new unseen releases implicating the Radical Right
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