Question about quarrel LBJ-JFK
Posted 03 September 2004 - 10:53 AM
It says (in the text below the movie, when it runs) that on the night of november 21, 1963, Johnson and JFK had a heated argument in the Hotel Texas Ft. Worth. That Johnson insisted that his friend John Connally ride with him (LBJ) in the rear vehicle. That Kennedy refused and was furious.
Is there any source or merit to this story?
Posted 03 September 2004 - 02:35 PM
Posted 04 September 2004 - 07:34 AM
Similarly, while Posner et al insist Connally's movements from Z-150--Z-190 are indicative that he heard a shot, it's just as likely, due to the fact that NO ONE else seems to have heard this shot, that he was anxiously looking back and forth in anticipation of a shot he knew was coming.
Additionally, in his autobio Connally engages in a little obfuscation (Larry's word). While insisting that the WC was right, except about the order of the shots, he suggests that Oswald's fine shooting can be explained by the fact that he had been seen at numerous rifle ranges practicing. This supposition is of course refuted by the fact that Oswald did not have access to his rifle during this period, and that the WC rejected that any of the range-shooters were Oswald (as that would entail an accomplice to hold onto his rifle between practice sessions.)
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