JFK 45 Years Ago in Dallas
Forty-five years ago, President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas. This tragedy remains one of the most controversial events in history. At the time, I remember hearing the news during school at John Muir Junior High in Burbank, California: "The President's been shot and killed!" rang through the halls and we didn't know what to think.
Today, I question just about every 'official' story told via the main stream news media and the JFK murder is no exception.
Chauncey Marvin Holt, recorded in 1997, just eight days before he died.
JKF's Murder Intervention Quote by John McCain... LISTEN!
WATCH VIDEO: JFK - The Cover Up
From The 30 greatest conspiracy theories - part 1
By H. E. Hunt
GMT 19 Nov 2008
"The 35th President of the United States was shot on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas at 12.30pm . He was fatally wounded by gunshots while riding with his wife - Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy - in a motorcade. The ten-month investigation of the Warren Commission of 1963 to 1964, the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) of 1976 to 1979, and other government investigations concluded that the President had been assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald - who was himself shot dead by Jack Ruby while in police custody.
"But doubts about the official explanation and the conclusion that Oswald was the lone gunman firing from the Texas Book Depository overlooking Dealey Plaza where Kennedy was hit surfaced soon after the commission report. Footage of the motorcade taken by Abraham Zapruder on 8mm film supported the growing belief that at least four shots were fired - not the three that the Warren Commission claimed. The moments of impact recorded on the film also suggested that at least one of the shots came from a completely different direction to those supposedly fired by Oswald - evidence backed up by testimony of several eye witnesses. Many believed that several shots were fired by gunmen hiding behind a picket fence on a grassy knoll overlooking the plaza.
"The assassination is still the subject of widespread speculation and has spawned numerous conspiracy theories, though none of these has been proven. In 1979, the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) found both the original FBI investigation and the Warren Commission Report to be seriously flawed. The HSCA also concluded that there were at least four shots fired and that it was probable that a conspiracy existed. However, later studies, including one by the National Academy of Sciences, have called into question the accuracy of the evidence used by the HSCA to support its finding of four shots."
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Clips from the 1991 movie "JFK"
Jim Garrison meets X - Part 1
Jim Garrison meets X - Part 2
Courtroom scene with commentary of Oliver Stone
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The Zapruder Film Clips
Interview with Mr. Zapruder
LISTEN to Interview with Jim Garrison