The Conspiracy Between John Wilkes Booth and the Union Army to Assassinate Abraham Lincoln

The Conspiracy Between John Wilkes Booth and the Union Army to Assassinate Abraham Lincoln by Robert Evans Arnold M.D. 1792873581 9781792873584
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The information in this book is based entirely on the eyewitness accounts in the National Archives and not on the newspaper accounts of 1865. The eyewitness accounts are far different than the newspaper accounts and for this reason were kept from the public by the U.S. Army until 1965 when they became available in the National Archives. The newspaper accounts of 1865 were based entirely on what Joseph Holt told them and could best be labeled "fake news." If you are interested in a factual account of Lincolns assassination, this is the only book available. As an added bonus the contribution of the African-American community of 1865 to apprehend the conspirators is well documented. John Morris was a colored worker in Fords Theater and their efforts are best described by his sworn statement " The colored people believe Mr. Lincoln to be the best friend that we had. I would go to the point of my life to find out the murderers." Again, this is the only publication with these facts. I have included the photocopies of the statements which also indicate that the Fords were involved in the conspiracy to such an extent that Col. Burnett had Harry Ford put in solitary confinement. Read and judge for yourself whether the Union Army got away with the most infamous murder in the history of the United States.The only book ever published that records the effort of the African American community of 1865 to bring the conspirators to justice. Their affection for Abraham Lincoln was so great that they ignored the retribution that was certain for defying the government conspirators and seven African Americans were arrested and put in prison. This is the story of the assassination whose perpetrators were hidden for 150 years. The meticulous preparations of the conspirators are brought to light by the documents and evidence that was collected at the time, but obscured from public view in the national archives.

Author: Robert Evans Arnold M.D.

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 406

Publisher: Independently published

Publication Date: 2019-01-17


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