"The Assassination of President Kennedy" will explore the key conclusions of the controversial Warren Commission, as well as the shocking impact of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, ahead of the 50th anniversary on November 22.
This is once again a mainstream media overdose of disinformation... It was triangular fire and the shooters were expert snipers. Possibly ex-Military. JFK had 5 major enemies and all were dangerous. Anyone who believes a single word of this program is living in a dream world. The enemies were: Federal Reserve, CIA, Military, Wall Street, and the Oil Industry. Add to that mix a few wealthy rednecks. This was almost as bad as the PBS documentary Tuesday and Wednesday. I was 23 when this happened and traveled several hundred miles by bus to witness JFK's funeral procession. It is possible, LHO never fired a shot that day. And I have met and had a heated discussion with Vincent Bugliosi and told him his book about Oswald being the lone assassin was going to cause him to lose all the credibility he gained by prosecuting Charles Manson and writing the book: "Helter Skelter". Finally, the Secret Service broke the law by taking the president's body from Parkland Hospital. At the time it was a local crime. We will never know who ordered it, but only a fool will believe the "lone gunman" story.
Anyone who has spent more than 15 minutes researching this case knows how biased this program was. The smear campaign against Garrison was revealed long ago. Nice work CNN, still trying to appease your corporate masters.
I don't believe the truth will actually be revealed. They(the war machine), the industrial complex will not let that happen. They still have control over the country and don't want to let go. Speak the truth and let it be known you treacherous enemies of freedom.
The rifle Lee Harvey Oswald owned was not capable of being fired in such quick succession even by a marksman which Oswald was NOT. It could not be done. The gun was inferior. Don't know what really happened but Oswald could not have accomplished what has been and continues to be presented at fact. An impossibility with that model.
President Kennedy was a true leader in whom we had confidence. He inspired us to greatness as individuals and as a nation. He averted a nuclear war in the Cuban Missile crisis, a very dark and dangerous time for the world. His establishment of the Peace Corps and the Vista programs gave citizens the opportunity to make the world a better place and continue to do so to this very day. He was a great president who impacts us to this very day.
My Late Uncle Cecil McWatters was the driver of the Dallas Transit bus that stopped and pick up lee Harvey Oswald. My Uncle was taken off the bus later on that morning by the FBI and the Dallas police to identify Oswald in a line up. He identified him by the jacket Oswald was wearing. My Uncle Cecil later testified at toe Warren Commission hearings. The bus transfer ticket found in Oswald's jacket that identified my uncle as the bus driver can be viewed on the internet along with my uncles testimony .
Ask what JFK's best friends Powers and O Donnel thought or RKF one of the last things he said the Presidency would bring his brothers true killers to light...he was killed that night coincidence.....ask the 54000 US soldiers who died in Vietnam
If Lee Harvey Oswald was such a good shot, how did he miss General Edwin Walker who was sitting down and not in a moving vehicle? He was also closer to the General then the President. Oswald was a crappy shot and truly a PATSY!!!!
Amazing.....not once was the House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) which investigated the assassinations of JFK and MLK and concluded that the president was assassinated possibly as the result of a conspiracy mentioned on CNN. Great job sanitizing history CNN. It's called....selective reporting.
Conspiracy? Three words: Military Industrial Complex. They benefitted the most from anti-war JFK being removed from office. War is big business. Even our beloved Walter Cronkite changed his mind about Vietnam and how our leaders were handling that after a few years. One thing I was thinking while watching the special tonight was how very few female roles models there were for young women who dreamed of entering politics or the press in the 1960s and 70s. Quite shameful. Still much progress to be made for women in both those arenas.