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The Conspiracy Behind the Deaths of Lincoln, JFK, RFK & MLK: Who Really Killed Them and Why


The Elite Serial Killers of Lincoln, JFK, RFK & MLK




Who really killed Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr.? Was it the work of lone gunmen or were there hidden forces behind these tragic events? In his book The Elite Serial Killers of Lincoln, JFK, RFK & MLK, Robert Gaylon Ross Sr. reveals the shocking truth about the assassinations of these four great men. He exposes the motives, conspirators, cover-ups, and evidence that point to a sinister cabal of powerful elites who orchestrated these murders to advance their own agenda.




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In this article, we will summarize the main arguments and findings of Ross's book and examine how these assassinations changed the course of American history and democracy. We will also look at some of the sources and documents that support his claims and show how he challenges the official narratives that have been presented to the public for decades.


The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln




The Motives and Conspirators Behind the Plot




According to Ross, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln was not a spontaneous act of revenge by a disgruntled Confederate sympathizer, but a carefully planned operation by a group of powerful elites who wanted to stop Lincoln's plan to rebuild the nation after the Civil War. These elites included bankers, industrialists, politicians, and secret societies who feared that Lincoln would undermine their interests and influence by abolishing slavery, issuing greenbacks (interest-free currency), granting land to farmers, promoting railroads, and protecting the rights of African Americans.


Ross identifies some of the key conspirators behind the plot as John Wilkes Booth (the assassin), Edwin Stanton (the Secretary of War), Andrew Johnson (the Vice President), Salmon P. Chase (the Chief Justice), Lafayette Baker (the head of military intelligence), Judah P. Benjamin (the Confederate Secretary of State), Albert Pike (the leader of Freemasonry), James Rothschild (the head of the House of Rothschild), and August Belmont (the agent of the House of Rothschild in America). He claims that these men were part of a network that spanned both sides of the Atlantic and had connections to various organizations such as the Knights of the Golden Circle, the Sons of Liberty, the Ku Klux Klan, and the Illuminati.


The Role of John Wilkes Booth and His Accomplices




Ross argues that John Wilkes Booth was not a lone gunman, but a hired agent of the conspirators who had been groomed and trained for his role since his childhood. He says that Booth was a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle, a secret society that supported the Confederacy and advocated for the expansion of slavery. He also says that Booth was a Freemason who had been initiated into the Scottish Rite by Albert Pike, who gave him the mission to kill Lincoln.


Ross also reveals that Booth had several accomplices who helped him carry out his plan. He names some of them as Lewis Powell (who attacked Secretary of State William Seward), David Herold (who guided Powell and Booth), George Atzerodt (who was supposed to kill Vice President Andrew Johnson), John Surratt (who acted as a courier and spy), Mary Surratt (who provided a safe house and weapons), Samuel Mudd (who treated Booth's injured leg), and John Wilkes Booth Jr. (who posed as his brother after the assassination).


The Cover-Up and the Trial of the Conspirators




Ross contends that the assassination of Lincoln was followed by a massive cover-up orchestrated by Edwin Stanton, who was in charge of the investigation and the trial of the conspirators. He accuses Stanton of tampering with evidence, suppressing witnesses, fabricating testimonies, and manipulating the military tribunal that convicted and executed four of the eight defendants. He also claims that Stanton was involved in the murder of several people who knew too much or posed a threat to the conspiracy, such as Abraham Lincoln Jr., William H. Seward Jr., Lafayette Baker, Louis Weichmann, and John Wilkes Booth himself.


Ross also challenges the official story that Booth was killed by Union soldiers at Garrett's farm on April 26, 1865. He presents several arguments and sources that suggest that Booth escaped and lived under various aliases until his death in 1903. He cites the testimony of Finis L. Bates, a lawyer who met Booth in Texas in 1872 and later wrote a book about him. He also cites the affidavit of David E. George, a man who claimed to be Booth on his deathbed in Oklahoma in 1903. He also mentions the mummy of George, which was displayed in carnivals and museums as the body of Booth until 1977.


The Assassination of John F. Kennedy




The Motives and Conspirators Behind the Plot




According to Ross, the assassination of John F. Kennedy was not a random act of violence by a deranged Marxist, but a well-orchestrated coup d'etat by a group of powerful elites who wanted to stop Kennedy's plan to reform the nation and end the Cold War. These elites included bankers, industrialists, politicians, military leaders, intelligence agents, and secret societies who feared that Kennedy would undermine their interests and influence by abolishing the Federal Reserve System, issuing silver certificates (interest-free currency), breaking up the CIA, withdrawing from Vietnam, ending the arms race, exposing UFOs, and promoting civil rights.


Ross identifies some of the key conspirators behind the plot as Lee Harvey Oswald (the patsy), Lyndon B. Johnson (the Vice President), J. Edgar Hoover (the Director of FBI), Allen Dulles (the former Director of CIA), Richard Helms (the Deputy Director of CIA), James Angleton (the Chief of CIA Counterintelligence), David Atlee Phillips (the Chief of CIA Western Hemisphere Division), E. Howard Hunt (the CIA operative), Frank Sturgis (the CIA operative), David Sanchez Morales (the CIA operative), George H.W. Bush (the CIA operative), Clint Murchison Sr. (the Texas oil tycoon), H.L. Hunt (the Texas oil tycoon), Nelson Rockefeller (the Governor of New York), David Rockefeller (the head of Chase Manhattan Bank), James Rothschild (the head of the House of Rothschild), and Guy de Rothschild (the head of Banque Rothschild). He claims that these men were part of a network that spanned both sides of the Atlantic and had connections to various organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, the Mafia, and the Illuminati.


The Role of Lee Harvey Oswald and His Handlers




Ross argues that Lee Harvey Oswald was not a lone gunman, but a scapegoat who was set up by his handlers to take the blame for the assassination. He says that Oswald was a former Marine who had been recruited by the CIA and sent to Russia as a false defector in 1959. He also says that Oswald was a double agent who had infiltrated pro-Castro groups in New Orleans and Dallas under the supervision of David Atlee Phillips, who acted as his case officer.


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