Evidence of Second Shooter in J.F.K. Assassination Released

Former Attorney for Lyndon Baines Johnson Releases Evidence of Shocking,

High-Level Assassination Conspiracy Via Website And Forthcoming Book

Sep 19, 2003, 01:00 ET from Hannover House

    NEW YORK, Sept. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in
 the J.F.K. assassination, says former L.B.J. attorney Barr McClellan, and he
 has posted new evidence on a website promoting his forthcoming book, "Blood,
 Money & Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K."
     (Photo:  http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20030919/NYF031 )
     McClellan states that images posted on the website www.BarrMcClellan.com,
 identify fourteen match points to a finger print found at the Texas Schoolbook
 Depository with that of a known assassin, Mac Wallace.  The website also
 matches a police composite of a suspect involved in an earlier murder with a
 photograph of Wallace.
     The most compelling evidence of all, says McClellan, is not posted on the
 website but is presented in his book, due Sept. 30th from Hannover House.
 Photographs, personal memos and other legal records in the book document the
 payments and maneuvers orchestrated by Texas power broker Ed Clark Law Firm to
 compensate Wallace and others for their part in the assassination of John
 Fitzgerald Kennedy.  The book also identifies the money-laundering corporation
 used by Johnson.  The Clark Law Firm handled most of the personal, business
 and political transactions for then Vice President Lyndon Baines Johnson, who
 succeeded to the role of President immediately following the death of Kennedy.
     Barr McClellan represented President Lyndon Johnson and his interests from
 1966 through 1971.  He served primarily through Texas power attorney Edward
 Clark and Johnson business attorney Don Thomas, advising on political
 strategy, campaign contributions, attorney-client privilege issues, television
 and labor disputes.  He was also personal attorney for Clark in seeking an
 assassination bonus from Big Oil interests in Dallas, an effort that included
 two major lawsuits.
     McClellan's insider knowledge of deals coordinated by the Clark Law Firm
 assisted in locating the evidence of the assassination conspiracy to benefit
 Johnson.  A major breakthrough, McClellan reports, was the donation of
 thousands of unedited documents concerning L.B. J. from the Clark Estates to
 Southwestern University.  The release of these documents helped lift the veil
 of client-attorney privilege that had blocked many researchers from
 understanding of what happened surrounding the assassination and L.B.J.'s
     "When I had the necessary corroboration, it was time to complete the
 book," McClellan said, "because the terrible injustice done to John Kennedy
 and to the American people had to be revealed."  McClellan added that "only by
 knowing what happened will we be able to make the necessary improvements in
 our legal systems."
     "Blood, Money & Power: How L.B.J. Killed J.F.K." will be released Sept.
 30th in a 464 page hardcover edition for $24.95 list retail.  Eric Parkinson,
 President of publisher Hannover House, reports that the book will be available
 at most bookstores and chains, or may be ordered online at many top sites
 including Amazon.com, BAMM.com, BN.com and WalMart.com.
     Digital images of ASSASSINATION EVIDENCE graphics are downloadable at:
     Images of BOOK JACKET and AUTHOR also posted on website and accessible.

SOURCE Hannover House