Byline: JULIAN BROUWER in New York
IN THE 40 years since America's most popular president was gunned down in Dallas, everyone from Fidel Castro to the Mafia has been blamed for the crime which shocked the nation.
But in the month when the world mourns the death of John F Kennedy, a bombshell new book is now pointing the finger at Lyndon Blaine Johnson - his deputy and the man who succeeded him as president.
Written by Barr McClellan, the father of current White House Press secretary Scott McClellan, the conspiracy book Blood, Money & Power: How LBJ Killed JFK, promises to offer photographs, copies of letters, insider interviews and even fingerprint evidence.
Veteran writer McClellan astonishingly alleges that JFK's right-hand man, LBJ, instructed the former ambassador to Australia, Edward A Clark - the shadowy boss of his private and business legal team - to head up the assassination operation and subsequent cover-up.
McClellan, 63, who was once a partner in the Texas law firm that served Johnson, said: "Johnson had the motive, opportunity and means.
"The book is about Johnson's role in the …