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Oswald Didn't Kill Kennedy

  • Date Submitted: 01/28/2010 04:05 AM
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“The Warren Commission concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, killed President Kennedy.   Do you agree?”







Contrary to the Warren Commission’s findings, Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, did not kill President John F. Kennedy.   There are several crucial areas of evidence, which prove Lee Harvey Oswald did not kill the president.   Numerous eyewitness accounts show that the shots came from the direction of the grassy knoll (Jack Hill), and not from the Texas School Book Depositary.   The number and timing of the bullets fired again prove that Oswald, acting alone, did not kill President Kennedy.   Oswald also could not possibly have had the opportunity to shoot President Kennedy, and the rifle in question could not have been used by Oswald in the assassination.


Countless witnesses of the assassination say that the direction of the bullets came not from the Texas School Book Depository, as was stated in the Warren Commission’s findings, but rather from the grassy knoll (Jack Hill).   Jean Hill, who was standing on the south side of Elm Street, had an excellent view of the presidential limousine, and, more importantly, an excellent view of the grassy knoll.   Less than an hour after the shooting, she said “The shots came from the hill [the grassy knoll] – it was just east of the underpass.”   Charles Brehm was an ex-soldier and another eyewitness to the assassination.   He was standing on the south side of Elm Street and was behind and to the left of the limousine, when the fatal shot occurred.   Brehm saw a piece of Kennedy’s skull blown backward and to the left.   The told newsmen that “the shots came from in front or beside the President” – the direction of the grassy knoll.   Bill Lovelady was another witness to the shooting.   He was standing on the front steps of the Texas School Book Depository Building.   He said sounds of shots came from “right there around that...

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