Warren Commission: Conversation with J. Edgar Hoover
|Speaker:||Lyndon B Johnson|
United States. Warren Commission.
Investigation of the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy.
LBJ and J.Edgar Hoover
(Director, FBI). Johnson wants to avoid a presidential commission and briefs Hoover
on his view that a Texas inquiry would be adequate with the full cooperation of
the FBI. Selected Telephone Conversations Concerning the Special Commission to Investigate
the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy (the Warren Commission) President
John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963. Shortly thereafter,
the House of Representatives and the Senate considered independent investigations
of the assassination and the murder of Kennedy’s putative assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.
To trump these congressional efforts, President Lyndon Johnson decided to form a
A comment about the recordings. These recordings vary dramatically in audio quality.