Silencing the Lone Assassin

Silencing the Lone Assassin

Silencing the Lone Assassin

Silencing the Lone Assassin

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The assassination of John F. Kennedy has received more attention and analysis perhaps than any other single event, much less murder, in American history. While officially, according to the Warren Commission, Lee Harvey Oswald alone assassinated JFK, other investigators, researchers, and authors have pointed fingers at the CIA, FBI, Mafia, anti-Castro Cuban exiles, pro-Castro Cubans, military industrial complex, ultra-right-wing activists, and yes, even President Johnson! In fact, if every shooter from even half of all the conspiracy books were actually present in Dealey Plaza when JFK's motorcade passed through, there would have been more lead flying around than at Gettysburg! Kennedy's limo would have had more bullet holes than Bonnie and Clyde's Ford' when deputies gunned them down. Some authors are grossly in error, purposely distorting the truth or simply lying in their endeavor for the “quick buck!” In one of the books I read on the subject the author stated that lie personally interviewed the “confessed assassin” of JFK. He further stated that he had to travel to Europe to do this because that's where the “assassin” was hiding out. Others even falsify documents or photos. For example, I can't believe how well Mary Ann Moorman's Polaroid photo of the “grassy knoll,” taken when the motorcade passed, has been so stunningly “enhanced” over the years. When first examined it was difficult to distinguish what the fuzzy images behind the picket fence (to the front and right of the motorcade) actually were, although conspiracy theorists insisted one was someone shooting at JFK. A recent so-called “enhancement” clearly shows a man in uniform, who has come to be known as “Badgeman,” shooting towards the president. In a few years, with more “enhancements” (can I call them “doctored photos?”) . . .

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