Malcolm (Mac) Wallace,For Consideration
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2012-01-10 14:53:36 UTC
Part of Documentary of JFK assassination
For Consideration

Malcolm (Mac) Wallace,
The Permanent Investigations Committee continued to look into the case
of Billie Sol Estes. President John F. Kennedy now began considering
dropping Lyndon B. Johnson as his running-mate in the next
presidential election. Rumours began to circulate that Terry Sanford
of North Carolina would be the next vice president.

According to Barr McClellan it was now decided by Edward Clark that
the investigation into Billie Sol Estes and Bobby Baker had to be
brought to an end. McClellan claims that Clark recruited Wallace to
organize the assassination of John F. Kennedy. When Johnson became
president he managed to bring an end to the Senate investigations into
Estes and Baker.

McClellan later claimed that the killing of Kennedy was paid for by
oil millionaires such as Clint Murchison and Haroldson L. Hunt.
McClellan claims that Clark got $2 million for this work. The death of
Kennedy allowed the oil depletion allowance to be kept at 27.5 per
cent. It remained unchanged during the Johnson presidency. According
to McClellan this resulted in a saving of over $100 million to the
American oil industry. Soon after Johnson left office it dropped to 15
per cent.

Wallace went to work for Harry Lewis and L & G Oil. In 1970 he
returned to Dallas and began pressing Edward Clark for more money for
his part in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. According to Barr
McClellan it was then decided to kill Wallace. "He had to be
eliminated. After driving to see his daughter in Troup, Texas, he went
by L & G's offices in Longview, Texas. There his exhaust was rigged
for part of it to flow into his car."On 7th January, 1971, Malcolm
Wallace was killed while driving into Pittsburg, Texas. He appeared to
have fallen asleep and after leaving the road crashed his car. Wallace
died of massive head injuries.

2012-01-12 13:11:26 UTC
Well you never know..recently a murder from the fifties was
Sadly, this is the best Lazboy can do to show conspiracy in the topic at
"Cowards die many times before their deaths;
The valiant never taste of death but once.
Of all the wonders that I yet have heard,
it seems to me most strange that men should fear;
Seeing that death, a necessary end, will come when it will come".

Julius Caesar (Act II, Scene II).

To borrow a phrase, "if the best and the brightest" could see fit to
sweep this crime under the national rug, then what kind of a nation
exactly is it that maintains such a rug, and what else is under it?

Franklin Roosevelt said "The truth is found when men are free to
pursue it." For all of us, what is needed is not merely freedom from
external pressures, but also freedom from perhaps-comforting myths
that stand in the way of real understanding. The study of the JFK
assassination, and particularly its coverup, has much to tell us about
the nature of power and information control in our society. That this
is a roundabout way of learning such things may be a valid criticism.
But that such matters are important seems beyond question.

--- Lasting Questions about the Murder of President Kennedy
--- Rex Bradford

Rex Bradford is a computer game developer who has become the self-
appointed electronic archivist of the assassination of John F.
Kennedy. He began scanning relevant documents and making them
available online and on cd-rom in 1999. He founded History Matters to
make them freely available. He has also written several essays and
given talks at the annual conferences, particularly on the "Oswald
Mexico City trip" and the medical evidence.

Rex is now Vice-President of the Assassination Archives and Research
Center, created its website, and has published several CD-ROMs of
document collections. Most recently, he is a consultant and analyst/
archivist for the Mary Ferrell Foundation, which has undertaken an
even larger scale document archive project, along with other materials
including essays, introductory pieces for newcomers, photographs, and