CONSPIRACIES IN MONTREAL
PART I: JOHN WILKES BOOTH
PHOTO GALLERY FROM
DE DALLAS A MONTREAL
Peoples on the street generally believe that President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by an isolated fanatic. In reality, his death was the result of an important conspiracy. An official inquiry on this matter ended with the hanging of four conspirators and four others were condemn to lifetime jail sentences.
Montreal St. Lawrence Hall hotel is the place were John Wilkes Booth, Lincoln’s assassin, was recruited by Confederates secret services, that first planned the President kidnapping, After the Sudists lost the Civil War, Booth is said to have take by himself the decision to assassinate Lincoln. Own of his accomplice, John T. Surratt, escaped via Montreal from where he departed to Italia and joined Papal Zouaves.