I agree. The police ran up the grassy knoll and there was no one up there, no one running away from the fence, no smell of firearm discharge, no casings...
That has always been a difficulty for those trying to sell the idea of a grassy knoll shooter. I thought the X-Files offered a (quite fictional) way around that difficulty by putting the assassin inside that drainage thing on the knoll itself, but of course I'm not too sure that didn't come out of the paranoi- er, conspiracy literature.
I was amused by a book I saw at the enormous chain bookstore the other day. I started to read a chapter I selected from the TOC, and found a guy ranting about how a 6.5 millimeter fragment wasn't removed from what was left of the brain tissue, as if it were significant.
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