John F Kennedy’s assassination

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was publicly shot and murdered on November 22nd, 1963, in Dallas, Texas.  Vice-President Lyndon B Johnson succeeded him.  Officially, a lone gunman by the name of Lee Harvey Oswald shot the president, acting alone.  However, numerous theories abound that Kennedy was the victim of a larger conspiracy.  While the media portrays these as simply fringe lunacy, opinion polls show over 70% of the American public believe their 35th president was the victim of a conspiracy.  So what is true?


The following documentary examines the footage, forensic and other evidences and definitely concludes who is guilty, and who is not.

That is actually the sixth episode in a series.  The first five are below:

The following are the 7th, 8th and 9th episodes:

There can be little doubt as to the truth: Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy.  There is a video on YouTube showing footage that clearly shows the men in Kennedy’s entourage DUCKING shortly before Kennedy was shot.  Unfortunately, I can’t find it.  There was also one (posted by 666Jesuit666) explaining possible Vatican connections to the assassination, but I can’t find that, either (perhaps forcibly taken down).

Lyndon B Johnson’s mistress, Madeleine Duncan Brown, would in later years reveal that he was involved in the plot to kill Kennedy (I think that is mentioned in the last video).  She said he hated Kennedy and had an intense desire to be president.

Documents about JFK’s death released by President Donald Trump also revealed that the police in Dallas were anonymously tipped off about the pending presidential assassination – and did absolutely nothing about it.

A week or so before his death, Kennedy said that there was a conspiracy in his country to enslave every man, woman and child, and that he would expose them before leaving office.  He never got the chance.




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