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C2CAM - JFK's 'Dr.Feelgood'


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In the latter half, author Bill Birnes talked about Dr. Max Jacobson, who developed a unique "energy formula" that altered the paths of some of the twentieth century's most iconic figures, including President and Jackie Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Elvis. Birnes detailed how Jacobson was an internal medicine specialist who was trying to find a cure for diseases using blood serum. Over the course of his research, he developed a treatment which was so powerful that it made people very sick, so he added methamphetamines to the formula to make them feel better. Via his friendship with film director Billy Wilder, Jacobson developed a clientele amongst the New York entertainment community which sought out his "special vitamin shots," as they were called.

Jacobson's most prominent 'patient,' was President John F. Kennedy, who turned to the doctor's formula as a means of relieving a variety of crippling ailments. According to Birnes, Kennedy began receiving the treatments when he was a Senator and utilized the formula prior to the infamous first Presidential debate with Richard Nixon which swung the momentum of 1960 election. Following his victory, Kennedy became increasingly reliant on Jacobson's drug cocktail, Birnes said, and even tried to get the doctor to move into the White House. As a result of his drug dependence, JFK became so erratic that the Vienna Summit with Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev became a diplomatic disaster and Kennedy later had a "psychotic break" during a visit to New York. Birnes theorized that the CIA's weariness over Kennedy's drug habit, and the reckless behavior it caused, ultimately led to his assassination.

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Guest Robert Morrow

JFK was most certainly a meth addict patient of the celebrity meth dealer drug doctor Max Jacobson. But that is not why he was murdered. LBJ's personal reasons, Cold War reasons - particularly Cuba policy, and preservation of the oil depreciation allowance were the big reasons.

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