Kennedy Assassination Archive Files

The JFK assassination keeps conspiracy theorists on their toes. Even after fifty-six years! I have never believed that Oswald acted alone. There are so many theories that have been around for years. Speculation as to who was actually responsible for the assassination; from Castro to the mafia, our own CIA and even VP Johnson.

I don’t know the truth. I just believe that Oswald was the scapegoat. Did he participate? Probably so, but he was a pawn that was sacrificed for someone or something much bigger.

The release of some of the Warren Commission’s files lends credence to the theory that Oswald was indeed a patsy. However, the documents released just keep the conspiracies alive. They provide no definitive evidence but at the same time they provide enough information to cause one to question Oswald as being the lone perpetrator in the assassination. The mystery continues.

What are your thoughts?

6 thoughts on “Kennedy Assassination Archive Files”

  1. You kill the assassin and then you kill the assassin’s assassin. Darn right there’s more afoot.

    Who and what we’ll probably never know. It been proven that the shots Oswald made are possible by a skilled marksman. Who was above him though? Who knows.

  2. In general I’m not a huge fan of giant conspiracies because people talk and brag, and I’m very skeptical of the idea that something this important could have been kept secret for so long. I can see the JFK assassination being the work of more than one killer though, especially given the oddities involved.

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