After being summarily thrown out of the upcoming 1964 World’s Fair project, presumably at the instruction of JFK himself, billionaire H.L. Hunt turned to John Curington, his attorney, and said, “I’ve about got a belly-full of those Kennedy boys. They both need to go.” A few months later John Kennedy would be dead, followed by his brother a few years later.
Formerly undisclosed and privileged information suggests that one man could have had the motive and opportunity to influence the untimely deaths of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, along with the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.
For the first time, John Curington, lawyer to Haroldson Lafayette "H.L." Hunt Jr., divulges once-private information to author Mitchel Whitington, that substantiates the fact that a conspiracy could have indeed existed.
Come explore a previously-untold story – the story of John Curington – that may fill gaps in the tragic tales of these important national figures, and provide information that has never been unearthed before. Read it for yourself, and be the judge as to whether H.L. Hunt had both the motive and opportunity to have influenced the deaths of such prominent men.