In the days after President John F. Kennedy was shot, there were rumors that the government or other powerful entities may have killed him. These rumors were quickly quashed as hysteria and conspiracy-mongering. However, there is still a lot of evidence that suggests that John F. Kennedy was assassinated by a conspiracy involving the US government or other powerful entities.
The most compelling evidence that the official narrative is false comes from witnesses to the crime.
The FBI and CIA covered up their misconduct around the assassination. The Warren Commission was tasked with investigating JFK’s death, but it was a whitewash, not an investigation at all. Furthermore, it failed to interview over 100 witnesses who contradicted its conclusions or had information that could provide insight into what happened on November 22nd, 1963. Among them were Robert Oswald (Lee Harvey’s brother), Sargeant Tom Tilson (who rode in President Kennedy’s car), Abraham Zapruder (who filmed most of Kennedy’s motorcade), many bystanders who were present at Dealey Plaza and saw shots coming from different directions than what has been claimed by government reports – including Loran Hall who witnessed two men running along a grassy knoll immediately after shots rang out at 12:30 pm CT on that day – and even doctors working at Parkland Hospital where JFK was rushed after being shot just minutes earlier outside Texas School Book Depository Building No 7 located approximately 2 miles away from Dealey Plaza! Most damningly is how much evidence shows how these doctors lied under oath during their testimony before Congress later on down this road when they said they didn’t know anything about any conspiracy theories surrounding JFK’s assassination whatsoever…
Lee Harvey Oswald.
Lee Harvey Oswald was a communist, had recently returned from a trip to the Soviet Union, and was an employee of the Texas School Book Depository. He had also recently become disillusioned with his chosen political movement, which explains why he quickly volunteered for this assassination plot.
Oswald’s wife, Marina Oswald Porter, testified in front of the Warren Commission (a body set up by President Lyndon Johnson) and said that her husband had “definitely” been planning something like this for some time.
The President’s body.
You may have heard that the President’s body was not in the casket at his funeral and burial. If you have, you were lied to by the government and powerful entities for national security reasons.
The truth is that the President’s body did not travel from one location to another via car or plane but had been replaced by an actor who was paid handsomely for his services. There are books about this conspiracy, like “JFK: The Case For Conspiracy” by Mark Lane (1967). There is also a movie based on this book, called “The Parallax View,” directed by Alan J. Pakula (1974). You can watch it here.
You might be wondering why so many people would go along with such a scheme if they knew what they were doing was wrong, mainly since some of those who participated later admitted their guilt under oath before Congress during public hearings on assassinations carried out by government agencies themselves (and therefore cannot be prosecuted without violating national security).
No magic bullet.
The evidence of a conspiracy is overwhelming. First, the bullet that hit Kennedy’s head was not found; the Warren Commission claimed it disappeared before they could collect it. However, this makes little sense since the autopsy doctor noted that he had removed all fragments from Kennedy’s skull. Second, if one looks at photographs and diagrams of JFK’s wounds (including those taken during his autopsy), one will see that there was no entrance wound high on his back or shoulder where CE399 supposedly entered him. This would be expected if CE399 had been fired from behind Oswald’s sniper nest because then there would be no way for it to have gotten into this position without exiting first. Finally, we know for sure what happened to CE399 after Oswald allegedly shot JFK: It passed through Governor Connally’s wrist and thigh before lodging in his thigh bone, as reported by both Connally himself and other witnesses who saw him being rushed off under police protection after being shot himself earlier in Dealey Plaza.”
There is more evidence that there was a conspiracy to kill the President than the shooting could have happened in any other way.
Here are just a few examples of the evidence that there was a conspiracy:
- Evidence that Oswald did not act alone. The Warren Report could not prove that Oswald shot the President but failed to demonstrate that anyone else did. In addition, there is no credible evidence showing how Oswald could have shot Kennedy from where he was standing on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository building; nor does any witness recall seeing him holding a rifle at this time or place. However, there is ample photographic and acoustic evidence proving that multiple shots were fired during President Kennedy’s assassination; thus disproving any claims by police officers present at Dealey Plaza when they testified before Congress that only three shots were fired in total (the number includes one shot fired earlier than those which killed President Kennedy).
And there you have it! If you are still unsure whether there was a conspiracy to kill JFK, please feel free to do your research and come to your conclusions. There is no need for me to convince anyone of anything; I just wanted to present all the evidence I found in my research on this topic.