Skip to comments.Who Killed JFK?
Posted on 02/04/2009 11:49:12 AM PST by patriotgal1787
Do you believe that the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy was the result of shots fired by a lone assassin from the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository?
Or are you one of many who believe it was a conspiracy that involved the highest levels of our government?
The case is not closed regarding what actually happened on that fateful day.
The late President Gerald R. Ford, the last surviving member of the commission admitted that the CIA destroyed pertinent documents, covering up the investigation of the assassination, in a recently published book.
Tim Miller, the book publisher who helped author the text, believes there was a conspiracy and that Ford knew even more than he told his publisher and the world. Ford shares many other breath-taking admissions with the reader in this, his final book, written three years prior to his own death.
What did Ford say about the "single bullet theory," the Zapruder film, and Oliver Stones movie, JFK?
"Who killed John F. Kennedy?"
Tim Miller joins us to discuss tonight at 9 p.m. ET -- link to the show here.
Kennedy was a liberal Democrat so there was no brain for the National Archives to collect in the first place.
Intel conference record lists the 20 or so conspirators by name and researchable. From the book Regicide.
OPERATION ZIPPER” was the code name of the assassination plot of John F. Kennedy, President of the United States of America.
The 98 pages long paper entitled “OPERATION ZIPPER Conference Record” is a long list of decisions and activities of various U.S. authorities in a CIA-conducted project. All major facts behind the Kennedy assassination are found in the “Zipper” Document. For the first time, the motives of those who organized and instigated the act are clearly and decisively exposed, as are the names and official positions of those who directed the killers. This document was probably produced by the five CIA top officials mentioned in the distribution list (McCone, Angleton, Carter, Crowley, Harvey) in order to cover themselves, since this document clearly proves that the assassination of J. F. Kennedy was anything else but a private plot by a few CIA senior officers going rampant.
No, but brain matter and bone spewing forward do.
In an age of (sometimes) $3.00 agallon gas, our government can't make AMTRACK pay its own way. Of COURSE our government isn't competent enough to pull it off.
“I’m pretty sure he killed John Lennon and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr”
Nah dude, John Lennon really was some secret group, and a bang up job they did too. Lennon helped kill millions of vietnamese.
With DMLK it was just some stupid racist guy.
I never thought of that. Good answer!
Classic fanboy mistake. The crew of the Dwarf brought FUTURE Kennedy back to assassinate PRESENT Kennedy from the grassy knoll as the red-headed policeman; he disappeared because he no longer existed.
Good band, tho.
I think the “Staged Moon Landing” crowd who deny everything plausible are the real nuts....anyone who believes what the government says, at face value, is the real dupe.
Who killed JFK? I dont know. I do know that: A: It wasnt me B: Doubt Oswald did it himself
Isn’t there supposed to be some cache of papers that go public sixty years after his death, or am I remembering some other lame conspiracy theory?
I have seen the film, several times. The computer modeling shows that for there to be a single shooter that the bullet has to turn several corners. It will be on the History Channel again before long. Lets watch it again.
Now that you mention it I never saw Bush riding around in a covertable....in Dallas or anywhere else...you may be on to something.
Tactically your conclusion is absurd. Many techniques for effectively enforcing silence are well understood. The only real variables here are scale, both in numbers of people and numbers of years. But with enough motivation, money and power, it certainly could be accomplished.
So the real subject of examination should be for any evidence of the existence of enough motivation to pursue such a huge suppressive effort. Of course, this is precisely the subject which is never examined, in the name of world-weary "common sense" (one of the most effective suppression tactics of all).
But if it were to be explored, I think the fact that there were so many different parties that wanted Kennedy killed is very interesting. It brings to mind the plot of the 1974 movie "Murder on the Orient Express (Sean Connery, lots of stars and lots of fun - check it out and ponder it's ending).
Many years ago, back in the 1960’s I read an article in POPULAR MECHANICS or some similar magazine written by Congressman Gerald Ford.
He said in the article that one piece of evidence was a thread caught on the buttplate of the rifle that exactly matched Oswald’s shirt at the time of the assasination.
Dork,er Geek. LOL
There’s a book I read called the “JFK Assasination tapes” which are just transcripts of tapes from LBJ’s oval office pertaining to the aftermath of the assasination. It’s basically original source history as the words are LBJ’s and his interlocutors, as opposed to some author’s version of what did or didn’t happen.
Having read this book I am sure of one thing - which is that LBJ wanted the Warren Commission to be a blue ribbon rubber stamp of the lone nut theory. The idea was to get as many eminence grise on board as possible, to get it done quickly, and to get the report written and accepted as fact. Truth seeking was not part of the agenda - meaning finding the “truth” was not what the exercise was all about. And LBJ twisted quite a few arms to further that end.
This is not speculation. This is historical fact.