by Burke McCarty, ex-Romanist
Introduction The introduction to the book
Chapter 1: Destruction of this Republic Plotted By European Monarchists
Chapter 2: The "Society of Jesus," the Engine Of Destruction
Chapter 3: "The Saint Leopold Foundation" Spy System
Chapter 4: The Turning Point in Lincoln's Life
Chapter 5: When the Pope was King
Chapter 6: Lincoln Takes up the Burden
Chapter 7: Assembling the Chosen Assassins
Chapter 8: The Blackest Dead in American History
Chapter 9: The Trials of the Assassins by Documentary Evidence
Chapter 10: The Capture of the Arch Conspirator—John H. Surratt
Chapter 11: The Trial of John H. Surratt
Chapter 12: Summing it all up: Two and Two
|"I know the Jesuits never forget nor forsake. But man must not care how and where he dies, provided he dies at the post of honor and duty." ~Abraham Lincoln ("50 Years in the 'church' of Rome" by Charles Chiniquy pg. 472).|
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was assassinated by well-known stage actor John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865, while attending the play Our American Cousin at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C.
Ford's Theatre where Lincoln was assassinated.
Lincoln's Funeral Procession down Pennsylvania Ave in Washington D.C.
Original 'WANTED' Poster.
John Harrison Surratt, the nineteen-year-old son of Mrs. Mary E. Surratt, who was chosen by the Jesuits as the arch conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, had studied three years in preparation for the Roman priesthood at the Sulpician Fathers monastery, at Charles County, Maryland, previous to the breaking out of the Civil War. The Sulpician Fathers is a branch of the Jesuit order. (He also Took Refuge in a Catholic monastery after the assassination of President Lincoln. Which was the usual duty of a monastery. To hide criminals from the law under the protection of Rome. His mother hung from the gallows as shown in the picture below.)
Four Hanged in conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln.
There were more involved. Read about it here.
Photograph of Washington, 1862-1865, the assassination of President Lincoln, April-July 1865.
Payne, alias Wood, alias Hall. And yet had another name, LEWIS THORTON POWELL Arrested (Later Hanged) as an associate of Booth in the conspiracy / Alexander Gardner.
"IF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE COULD LEARN WHAT I KNOW OF THE FIERCE HATRED OF THE PRIESTS OF ROME AGAINST OUR INSTITUTIONS, OUR SCHOOLS, OUR MOST SACRED RIGHTS, AND OUR SO DEARLY BOUGHT LIBERTIES, THEY WOULD DRIVE THEM OUT AS TRAITORS!" ~ABRAHAM LINCOLN 1864.
More Photographs of Washington, 1862-1865, the assassination of President Lincoln, April-July 1865. Photograph includes woman. Washington, D.C. The four condemned conspirators, Mrs. Surratt, Payne, Herold, Atzerodt, with officers and others on the scaffold, guards.
Washington Navy Yard, D.C. Michael O'Laughlin, a conspirator, manacled.
Washington, D.C. Signal Corps officers lowering flag at their camp near Georgetown; Gen Albert J. Myer, in civilian dress, at right of pole.
(Close up of the men to the right.) What is that man doing with his hand?
Washington, District of Columbia. Group of Signal Corps officers in camp near Georgetown.
April-July 1865. Left to right: Capt. R.A. Watts, Lt. Col. George W. Frederick, Lt. Col. William H.H. McCall, Lt. D.H. Geissinger, Gen. Hartranft, Asst. Surg. George L. Porter, Col. L.A. Dodd, Capt. Christian Rath.
Washington, D.C. Officers at door of Seminary Hospital (formerly Georgetown Female Seminary),
30th St. at N, Georgetown (above)
Lisbon's Jesuit prisoners after they were expelled out of Portugal.
McGuire, Father (Jesuit), of Georgetown University in 1866.
Curley, Father (Georgetown University)
Rev. Father Curley
Taft and Hadley in academic dress at Yale, New Haven, Conn.(above)