Kennedy Assignation Conspiracy
An assassin (s) bullet tragically gunned down John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president, on November 22, 1963. The United States government wants us (the public) to believe that only one man killed him. This man, Lee Harvey Oswald, was used as a scapegoat for one of the biggest conspiracies of our time. The evidence is clear that Oswald was not the killer at all but the United States government is concealing crucial documents that would lead us to the real assassins and the evidence showing that more than one person shot at Kennedy in Dallas.
The evidence is clear that Lee Harvey Oswald did not even fire a shot at President Kennedy that day. According to Jim Garrison?s book On the Trail of the Assassins, ?The most obvious and compelling piece of evidence exonerating Oswald was the ?nitrate? test he was given on the night of the assassination.? He also explains this test: ?Simply put, this test reveals the deposits of nitrate on an individuals cheek when he or she has fired a rifle.? This test showed that Oswald did not fire the weapon he was accused of firing at all that day.
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