I believe the CIA eventually will admit to killing President John F. Kennedy, who the agency feared. The CIA didn't like what Kennedy was doing, so it killed him.
I do not believe the official story of what happened that day in Texas — that a lone gunman, almost 100 yards away with a cheap rifle, could so accurately shoot a moving target twice. Like Lee Harvey Oswald, I was trained to shoot in the Marine Corps, and no one was trained so well as to hit a target like that. I also don't believe the “magic bullet” that supposedly struck both the president and Texas Gov. John Connally.
As citizens of this great country, we have to realize there is always more than meets the eye, especially when it comes to our politicians. Our government will lie to us in a heartbeat. We have to figure out what is the truth and what is not. Maybe before Election Day, we'll study the men and women trying to be our leaders and find out who they really are and what they are all about.
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