Christopher Fulton, a successful American developer in Vancouver, Canada, was labeled a threat to U.S. national security, placed on the FBI’s most wanted list, arrested, extradited, and interrogated without counsel; he was then viciously prosecuted and federally incarcerated. Christopher Fulton is the last survivor of the U.S. government’s ongoing attempt to finalize the suppression of Robert Kennedy’s unsecured evidence from JFK’s assassination, as detailed in the book, The Inheritance.
Christopher Fulton unwittingly unlocked some of the mysteries that have surrounded JFK’s life and death for more than 55 years when he acquired personal items JFK’s secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, had kept locked away for years, at the request of Robert Kennedy. These included JFK’s secret Oval Office recordings.
These non-secured materials, including a Cartier watch JFK had on at the time of his assassination, had the ability to alter the course of U.S. politics and history, according to Mr. Fulton. Following Mrs. Lincoln’s passing and the transfer of these materials to Mr. Fulton and his subsequent meeting with JFK Jr. who had plans to acquire the evidence and expose the truth about JFK’s death, the U.S. Government intervened, and put Christopher Fulton right in the middle of the Assassination Records Review Board’s investigation under President Bill Clinton. Though promised by President Donald Trump to be released, the files related to Mr. Fulton’s experience remain sealed or missing.
Now a free man, Christopher Fulton tells his story and how this experience has impacted his professional and family life, how being brutally attacked and incarcerated brought him face-to- face with the nation’s cruel penal system, and how a political agenda can overrule justice. While there is much discussion in the nation about a “Deep State”, Christopher believes he came up against it by accidentally, opening a hidden chapter in U.S. history.
ABOUT CHRIS FULTON: Christopher Fulton was born in 1965, just outside Washington, D.C., into a family with rich military history. He was on his way to being accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis but chose a career in commercial construction. His discipline and diligence took him to the top of the high-rise construction industry in Vancouver, British Columbia, where at age 33, during the height of his success, he was extradited and spent years in federal prison for his possession of the physical evidence related to JFK’s assassination. His wife, Michelle Fulton, helped him write a memoir of the experience, called The Inheritance: Poisoned Fruit of JFK’s Assassination (Trine Day, ISBN#: 978-1-63424- 217- 2). The Fultons reside in California with their two children and rescue dogs.
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