Last month, Amazon sent us an email asking if we would consider permitting FFF’s book The Kennedy Autopsy, which I authored, to be considered for Amazon’s Prime Reading program. According to the email, “Prime Reading promotes authors and their books to Amazon’s most engaged customers. We have a limited number of spots available in the program and we’re delighted to offer you the opportunity to increase visibility for your title(s).”
Of course, we agreed, and we were recently advised that Amazon had decided to include The Kennedy Autopsy in its Prime Reading program from September 1 through December 1. In return for a fee of $500, FFF agreed to waive any sales revenue during that period of time.
The Kennedy Autopsy has been FFF’s all-time best seller. The book details the fraudulent autopsy that the U.S. national-security establishment carried out on the body of President John F. Kennedy on the very evening of the assassination.
I learned the full details of the fraudulent autopsy in Douglas Horne’s massive five-volume book Inside the Assassination Records Review Board. Horne’s book was a watershed event in determining who orchestrated the assassination.
Horne’s book is not an easy read. But I have no doubts that anyone who works his way through all five volumes will reach a firm conclusion: that the assassination was actually a highly sophisticated regime-change operation carried out by the U.S. national-security establishment.
My book, The Kennedy Autopsy, is simply an easy-to-read introduction and synopsis of Horne’s massive work. I dedicated the book to him.
Why does the fraudulent autopsy tell us the who of the assassination? As I have emphasized many times since the publication of my book, there is no innocent explanation for a fraudulent autopsy. None. No one has ever come up with one. And no one ever will, especially given that the plan for a fraudulent autopsy was launched at Parkland Hospital immediately after Kennedy was declared dead.
That was when a team of well-armed Secret Service agents, implicitly threatening to kill anyone who got in its way, forced its way out of Parkland Hospital with Kennedy’s body. In the process, those well-armed agents overrode the vehement objections of Dr. Earl Rose, the Dallas County Medical Examiner, who pointed out that Texas law required him to conduct the autopsy. But that Secret Service team didn’t care what Texas law said. The only thing it cared about was getting the body out of of Parkland and taken to Air Force One at Dallas Love Field, where new President Lyndon Johnson was waiting for it.
Johnson took Kennedy’s body to Maryland, where he delivered it into the hands of the military.
Why the military? Because the military’s job was to conduct a fraudulent autopsy and, equally important, to keep it secret by classifying everything top secret.
The secret scheme worked well for some 30 years. And then in the early 1990s the Assassination Records Review Board came into existence to enforce the newly enacted JFK Records Act, which mandated that the Pentagon, CIA, Secret Service, and other federal agencies disclose their long-secret assassination-related records to the public. Horne served on the ARRB’s staff.
Once the ARRB released military or former military personnel who had participated in the fraudulent autopsy from their vows of secrecy, the dam of secrecy broke loose. That’s when the evidence of fraud came pouring forth.
For example, the ARRB discovered the existence of a former Marine Sergeant named Roger Boyajian. He told the ARRB that his Marine team had brought the president’s body into the Bethesda morgue at 6:35 p.m.
Why was that a problem?
For some 30 years the military had claimed that the only time the president’s body had been introduced into the Bethesda morgue was at the official entry time of 8 p.m., when the autopsy officially began. Boyajian’s statement meant that the military had been lying about that for some three decades.
Moreover, sneaking the body early into morgue and then lying about it necessarily meant that the military was up to no good during that approximately 1 and 1/2 hour period of time when it secretly had possession of the president’s body — i.e., from 6:35 p.m. to 8 p.m. Horne’s five-volume book and The Kennedy Autopsy detail what they were doing to Kennedy’s body as part of their fraudulent autopsy during that earlier period of time.
It’s worth noting that Boyajian had retained an onion-skin copy of the after-action report he submitted to his superiors immediately after the weekend of the assassination. He delivered a copy of his report to the ARRB. The report confirmed that Boyajian’s team carried the president’s body into the morgue at 6:35 p.m.
Not surprisingly, the military never delivered Boyajian’s report to the ARRB, as the JFK Records Act required it to do.
It’s also worth noting that Boyajian’s statement was corroborated by statements from members of the Navy team that carried the president’s body into the morgue at the earlier time, as well as by Navy enlisted personnel who were helping x-ray the body during that initial 1 1/2 hour period of time. They had been forced to sign written vows of secrecy promising never to disclose what they had seen and done, but the ARRB released them from those vows of secrecy.
It’s also worth noting that Boyajian’s statement was confirmed by a memorandum from Gawler’s Funeral Home that was prepared soon after the assassination. Gawler’s was the most prestigious funeral home in Washington, D.C., and conducted the Kennedy funeral. The ARRB discovered that memorandum.
It’s also worth noting that one of the three pathologists who conducted the autopsy, Army Lt. Col. Pierre Finck, later confirmed that when he received a telephone call from Commander James Humes, another of the autopsy pathologists, asking Finck to come to the morgue to assist with the autopsy, Humes told him that they already had x-rays of the president’s body. Finck stated that Humes’s call came in at 8 p.m. At the risk of belaboring the obvious, since 8 p.m. was the official entry time of the body into the morgue, the only way they could already have had x-rays is if the body was there earlier, as Boyajian, the Navy team that carried the body in early, Gawler’s Funeral Home, and the Navy personnel who assisted with the x-rays attested.
Horne later wrote a book for FFF entitled JFK’s War with the National Security Establishment: Why Kennedy Was Assassinated, which details the vicious war that was being waged over the future direction of the United States and why Kennedy, as part of that war, was ultimately deemed by the U.S. national-security establishment to have become a grave threat to “national security” (just as ten years later Chile’s president, Salvador Allende, in a vicious war with both the U.S. national-security establishment and his own national-security establishment, would be deemed to be a threat to Chilean “national security.”)
I later wrote a supplemental book entitled The Kennedy Autopsy 2, which further detailed the fraudulent nature of the Kennedy autopsy as well as how the fraudulent autopsy affected Lyndon Johnson’s plans to run for reelection in 1968.
Why is the Kennedy assassination still relevant today? It’s a straight line from the assassination and all the lies that undergird the assassination to the Afghanistan debacle and the eighteen years of lies that undergird that debacle. The sooner the American people come to understand that, the quicker we will restore a society of liberty, peace, prosperity, and harmony to our land.