More On The Assassination Of President Kennedy By the Secret Service and Others Including a Crucial Photo and Important Book Review
By The Anonymous Physicist
First I present my review of the 2011 printing of “Murder From Within: [Subtitle]: Lyndon Johnson’s Plot Against President Kennedy” by Fred T. Newcomb and Perry Adams.
The history of this book is that the authors began researching the JFK Assassination in the 1960s and by 1974 had written their book, that three publishers backed out of printing at the last minute. The authors then photocopied some 100 copies and mailed them to the US Senate and House leaders. From these, others made bootleg copies and more people were able to read it, in the ensuing years. (I had unsuccessfully tried for years to get a copy, but am disappointed now.)
For 1974, it was ahead of its time for revealing the Federal Govt involvement and cover-up in the Assassination. Other books have since supplanted it. Of course, the near totality of those other books deliberately deny what anyone can see in a decent version of the Zapruder film, that SS Agent Greer fired the fatal head shot that killed Kennedy. So in that sense it is still good; however it also contains much disinformation and omitted information, and has not been updated except perhaps for one or two things only.
Some of the fascinating claims made in this book regarding the assassination itself are that SS Agent Greer deliberately shot and tried to kill Texas Gov. Connally. And that Connally had a gun and shot back at the driver. Newcomb and Perry also wrote that the first shot in the plot was fired from the V-P’s car by that SS Agent/driver. And that this was to start the whole assassination and also caused everyone to turn toward the back as a distraction, while the PLANNED murder of President Kennedy was to be by the driver.
So there are many false statements interspersed with some good important facts in the book. I have made clear that while Greer definitely shot Connally, that was an accident, and indeed was the reason why Greer then brought the limo to a standstill! Their claim that Connally was deliberately shot is absurd. E.g., it is well know about the heated argument JFK and LBJ had the night before when LBJ tried to get his cohort Connally exchanged in the limos with Senator Yarborough. And also how Connally was involved in picking the precise route and speaking sites. Also I am sure that Greer doing the final deed was a contingency plan only, and was only needed as Clint Hill disobeyed orders and ran up to try to save JFK.
The book was a huge let down, as it did not have more detail on the witnesses who said they saw Greer shoot Kennedy. A disappointment, as this is what I bought the book for and expected to read. I do not know if this was excised from the 1974 version or if there never was more on that. The online sources, in this matter, have almost as much as is in the book on the witnesses who were near the limo or who overlooked it. Of course, these online sources got that from the earlier version of this book. But it seems that the authors only took the witnesses quotes from the Warren commission documents or had phone conversations with those witnesses. Nonetheless they were the first ones to point this out to the American people and the world.
Then despite having some 40 years to get the book typed and edited or proofread, it is printed with many errors. From its opening “Forward” [sic], to its missing illustrations (Figures) or mislabeling of some, to pages improperly ordered and numbered, there are so many errors herein. (A book can have a foreword, there is no noun called a forward.) But before I could get perturbed about that, I deduced the clever PsyOp with this new/old book. By not making (m)any changes, the new author/publisher, Tyler Newcomb makes it look like the original asserted that LBJ was the mastermind alone; when I believe that was not the subtitle in the original.
Curiously, there is very little to be found online, or in the book, on the biographies of the two authors. Fred Newcomb, now 82 or 83, and ill, was in a Hospital (his son had indicated elsewhere that it was a V.A. Hospital, not in the new book); and therefore he was in the US military. I wonder if he was in military intelligence like, JFK “researcher” James Fetzer. As I have many times explained, the entire industry of JFK Assassination authors, books, articles, museums, websites, forums, blogs, etc. are run by the intel agencies.
In communications with Fred’s son, Tyler Newcomb, the latter wrote that both he and his father believe that the whole assassination and follow up was the work of some 6-10 “rogue” people. This is one of the most obvious and stupid lies one can imagine. The book itself names more people than that, and all the circumstances indicate how widespread this all is. The book implicates Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Air Force people and many others.
And I have made clear to people how pervasive and massive secret society control of the USA —and the world is—and how far back and where it ultimately leads to. I had also wondered how, back in the 60’s and 70’s, extending to this day (regarding Fred, as Perry died decades ago), the two authors were not killed for stating that SS Agent Greer fired the fatal head-shot that killed President Kennedy. Just as with the writings of Medical Examiner, Dr. Cyril Wecht, the “rogue element:” palaver is put out along with elements of their story that are incorrect and perhaps ludicrous, and meant to destroy the truth from within. Just as the book’s title itself says!
Here for completeness is a website and eyewitness quotes.
“These are the witnesses whose statement to Mr. Newcomb and sometimes the Warren commission included the words "in the car."
- Mary Moorman - school teacher standing next to Jean Hill. She said she saw Greer shooting back but thought he was shooting back at the assassin. SOURCE: Warren Commission and taped interview by Fred Newcomb.
2. Jean Hill - Jean Hill saw what happened too, but when she tried to bring up the subject of a gun being fired in the car, Senator Arlen Spector (a 33rd degree Mason) would change the subject or say "it's time for a cup of coffee."
3. Austin P. Miller - Texas Louisiana Freight Bureau, who stood on the railway overpass overlooking Elm Street was asked by Arlen Spector where the shots came from: His reply was "from right there in the car." Senator Spector just went on to the next question, never asking Miller any specifics. From: Warren Report, New York Times edition, p. 82.
4. Clinton J. Hill. Jacqueline Kennedy's bodyguard reports in Vol. II, pp 138-139 of the Warren Commission Volumes: "I jumped from the car, realizing that something was wrong, and ran to the presidential limousine. Just as I reached it, there was another sound. I think I described it in my statement as though someone was shooting a revolver into a hard object...it seemed to have some type of echo."
5. Hugh Betzner - Had picture published in Life magazine and was standing right next to the drivers side of the motorcade: He saw a gun in the hand of one of the secret service agents and heard a sound "like firecrackers going off in the car.”
Regarding the current JFK Assassination meme that LBJ was the sole mastermind, the book omits that LBJ threw himself to the floor of his limo at the outset, and thus in no way was in charge, as he feared he might be killed as well. And his later resignation also gives the lie to the nonsense that he was in charge of anything. LBJ was just another perp following orders. But certainly was integral to the plans of the PTB in killing Kennedy, in doing the War on Vietnam, and primarily in creating massive numbers of nuclear bombs and ICBMs. The latter being part of the hidden designs of those in ultimate control of Mankind.
At the end of the book, the authors actually make some decent proposals. They would like to see the elimination of both the Vice-Presidency and the SS (Secret Service). They cite the US Constitution and indicate that the Founders only wanted the VP to temporarily fulfill the duties of the Presidency, until an actual new President would be elected. They assert that taking over the Office of the Presidency was not in the Constitution. Somewhat of a moot point now, after the passing of the 25th Amendment. They would like to see the Office of the V-P eliminated or certainly to not have that office be “next in line,” as that is too conducive to the assassination of a President. Of course, all that again begs the issue of total secret society control of the US Govt.
The authors wrote that the Secret Service should also be abolished, and that the President should be afforded the right to have his/her own protection. This would prevent the SS from killing (or facilitating the killing) of any more Presidents, as it is all too easy for them to do now. To those that are naïve, even Jackie when asked why she didn’t say what she knew said, “The Secret Service have my children.” Indeed, this book details the massive Secret Service “protection” that Gov. Connally was “afforded” in Parkland Hospital, with SS agents with machine guns even on the roofs at all times. Connally was a prisoner the book asserts until he parroted the lies the SS and the regime put out about the murder, cover-up and takeover.
This photo actually made it to the cover of the NY Times the next day. It was a bit cropped, but nearly all of it was published. Then for years, all books on the Assassination either left it out or printed it cropped so as to hide what is there. And to this day, to my knowledge, ALL books that print the full picture STILL do not mention what is there!
And that is once again the case with “Murder From Within.”
Now we clearly see that the lead car had first sped up well ahead of the JFK limo—when it was supposed to be directly in front. Then we see it has its break lights on. As 20 witnesses have stated the JFK limo came to a stop, so did this lead car. In that car were driver, Dallas Police Chief Jesse Curry, Secret Service Agent in charge of the route Winston G. Lawson, Secret Service Agent in charge of the Dallas office, Forrest V. Sorrels, and Dallas Sheriff Bill Decker who had ordered all his man not to protect the President or help with the route. Their vehicle was a closed one.
Then note the man we see in front of the back of the stopped lead car. No one ever mentions him. It appears that half of his body is above ground, and that perhaps half is in a sewer. The Secret Service were supposed to solder closed all manhole covers beforehand. Note that he is either holding a rifle, or a bazooka, or has a very long right arm and is pointing. This photo alone proves that the Secret Service, the Dallas Police and the Dallas Sheriff were involved in killing President Kennedy. And you can be sure with the full weight of the Federal Govt coming down on them if those in control of the Federal Govt were not calling the shots in Dallas, no local Police Chief would be part of a small plot.
Final verdict: Much of the upper echelon of the Federal Govt was in on the Assassination, as were the upper echelons of the Dallas Govt and Police Depts All part of Secret Society control of the USA and the world.