Something new might be the bizarre and off-the-wall notion, which I have always believed, that Oswald pulled the trigger, that he acted alone, and that he was not part of any conspiracy.
However, if there was some sort of conspiracy, I have long thought that Manuel Piñeiro, Castro's spy chief during the early 1960's may have at least known something about it.
The best marksmen in the world couldn’t make the shots that Oswald supposedly made on Kennedy. That was proven long ago. Plus Oswald was using a POS Mannlicher-Carcano rifle isn’t that accurate.
Even the PBS TV program “Nova” that looked into the assassination they determined that the audio evidence shows that there was more than one shooter.
One of the pieces of evidence that was ignored was a shot through the windshield of Kennedy’s car. Now where did that come from?
Did you see any of the motorcycle cops running along side or in front of Kennedy’s car?
Why was the Secret Service agents that stood on the back of Kennedy’s car were told to stand down?