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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Why Was JFK Assassinated?

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has joined the ranks of skeptics and “conspiracy theorists” who believe that a lone gunman was not solely responsible for the assassination of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy. Kennedy said his father, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, believed the Warren Commission Report was a “shoddy piece of craftsmanship”

“The evidence at this point I think is very, very convincing that it was not a lone gunman,” he said, but he did not elaborate on what he believed may have happened.

John F. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, while riding in a motorcade through Dallas.

Robert F. Kennedy, while celebrating his victory in the California Democratic presidential primary, was shot and killed on June 5, 1968, at a Los Angeles hotel. He was supposedly the victim of another “lone nut.”

RFK’s assassination and the circumstances surrounding it have spawned almost as many conspiracy theories as his brother’s murder five years earlier.



Anonymous said...

Most news put out by the government is slanted. They should know.

Anonymous said...

Oswald did it.Millions of dollars have been made by enshrouding this issue with mystery,but he shot Kennedy,all by himself,just like the New York Times stated on 11/23/63.

Anonymous said...

In an investigative program shown in the early 1990s it was reported that a guy involved in the Mafia admitted on his death bed that he was involved in Kennedy's death. A lot more was shown to prove Oswald did not act alone. The program is usually shown in November near the anniversary of Kennedy's assassination.

Anonymous said...

One word as too why!!!..his stand against FED AND TAKEOVER BY THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD AND the beginning of the ELIMINATION OF GOLD STANDARD..the whole controversy is a smoke screen to cover this attack by globlist ..who cares who pulled the trigger..Think

Anonymous said...

Look up the Gemstone file.Larry Flint was almost killed because of it.A good read.

Anonymous said...

I know the Oliver Stone movie had drama added to the story. The only person who challanged the results of the Warren Commission was Garrison.

The whole trial hinged on Clay Shaw admitting he used the alis Clay Bertrand, however, he hadn't been read his rights and that confession was not allowed to be used as evidence.

If you watch the credits at the end of the movie you will see that years later the CIA released information that exposed Clay Shaw as a CIA operative. Something he always denied.

IF the Warren commission was right, and Oswald was a lone shooter, why do they still hold millions of documents on an event that happened over 50 years ago?

What is it in those documents that they don't want the public to know? Until the rest of those documents are released the conspiracy theories will not go away.

lmclain said...

1:48...there have been THREE books that hit the New York Times bestseller list detailing (with public records, offical government reports, and official government documents DOCUMENTING the cover-up, the misinformation, and the lies surrounding JFK's assassination. The CIA, without question, again -- without question -- murdered the President. Do some research. The governments OWN records, testimony, actions, and documents prove it. Its impossible to call it "conspiracy theory" when it is our own government indicting themselves with their own paperwork and records.