The Donald Jeffries Show- Phil Nelson LBJ


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The Donald Jeffries Show 6-15-2022 Phil Nelson

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Phil Nelson served a stint in Brazil for the Peace Corps and after a career in the property-casualty insurance industry, he retired in 2003 and the idea for a book grew during the ensuing seven years. In that period, after reading dozens of books and other publications – and trips to NARA in College Park, Maryland, and the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas – his first book, LBJ: The Mastermind of the JFK Assassination was first published by Xlibris in 2010. That book traced Johnson’s entire criminal career, including his presidential years. A revised and shortened edition was published in 2011 by Skyhorse Publishing. Then a “sequel,” LBJ: From Mastermind to The Colossus was published in 2014, which focused primarily on Johnson’s tumultuous reign as president and included much of the material that had been removed from the first edition. His third book, Remember the Liberty! – Almost Sunk by Treason on the High Seas, was published in 2017, the fiftieth anniversary of the June 8, 1967, Israeli attack. His fourth book, Who Killed Martin Luther King? The Case Against Lyndon B.Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover is a reexamination of the original government case against James Earl Ray. Within his website/blog, “LBJ The Master of Deceit” Nelson has continued documenting numerous other reasons – including murders of other men whom

Johnson believed had crossed him, or feared they would expose his true nature. Nelson has presented new evidence that leads, arguably, to his involvement in the murders of Adlai Stevenson (1965), Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt (1967), and finally both Robert F. Kennedy and Thomas Merton. All of them he most likely used the services of the CIA in 1968 to accomplish those goals. Nelson and Don Jeffries discuss his fascinating research, concentrating heavily on LBJ and JFK.

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