It’s been 50 years since John F. Kennedy was assassinated, and there’s still more questions than answers surrounding the ordeal.

As many are aware, the “official narrative” has been that Lee Harvey Oswald was a lone gunman who took out JFK on his own. Ever since his murder, that’s what we’ve been told by politicians, pundits, and federal law enforcement officials alike, however, that narrative has been completely ripped to shreds with the release of 3,000 never before seen documents about the killing.

The bombshell revelation will be enough to shake patriots to their core as they realize there was a much larger conspiracy to murder the deceased President than one man going off the rails.


True Pundit reported:

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This is not pretty.


But it is likely President Donald Trump understands what Kennedy comprehended, which now appears to have led to his murder:

The out-of-control shadow government in this country threatens the fabric and the future of the United States.


The paragraph reads:

POTITO said the “Surgeon General’s report” on the assassination stated the first bullet entered the President’s throat below the adams apple clearly showing that two persons were involved with the first shot being fired from the bridge across the park way in front of the car. To further substantiate this, POTITO said there was a bullet hole in the wind shield of the President’s car.

This is truly shocking, and obviously not the same narrative we’ve been fed for decades, and that J. Edgar Hoover proclaimed must be defended to the world by any means necessary.

NBC reported:

“There is nothing further on the Oswald case except that he is dead.”

FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover dictated that line in a memo he issued on Nov. 24, 1963, the day Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald as the gunman was being transported to the Dallas County Jail after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

Referring to Nicholas Katzenbach, the deputy attorney general at the time, Hoover dictated: “The thing I am concerned about, and so is Mr. Katzenbach, is having something issued so we can convince the public that Oswald is the real assassin.”

It’s not clear from the memo whether Hoover thought there might have been a conspiracy but didn’t want it to be known or whether he sincerely believed Oswald acted alone and hoped to head off public fear and confusion.

Hoover also indicated that his concern may have been influenced, in part, by diplomacy, dictating that there could be serious international complications if the public thought Oswald might have been part of a larger plot.

The multiple shooter theory was also reinforced in 2012, when Douglas P. Horne of explained in detail what happened to the original windshield in the President’s limo – Ford Motor Company was forced by the government to make a new one and destroy the one with the alleged bullet hole – and how there’s significant video evidence showing the original windshield with a bullet hole in it as it sat outside the hospital Kennedy was rushed to after being shot.

Horne wrote, in part:

In 2009, I believed I had discovered new evidence in the JFK assassination never reported by anyone else: convincing photography of the through-and-through bullet hole in the windshield of the JFK limousine that had been reported by six credible witnesses. I revisited that evidence today, and am more convinced than ever that the bullet hole in the limousine windshield is what I am looking at in those images. But the readers of this piece don’t have to take my word for it — you can examine the images yourself, and make up your own minds. The evidence is contained in one of the banned, suppressed episodes of Nigel Turner’s The Men Who Killed Kennedy — episode 7 in the series, called “The Smoking Guns,” which was aired in 2003, and then removed from circulation by The History Channel in response to intense political pressure by former LBJ aides Jack Valenti and Bill Moyers.

I’ll tell you about the stunning evidence I have found in that episode at the end of this article, but first we need to set the stage by reviewing the eyewitness testimony about the damage to the windshield observed the day of JFK’s assassination, on Friday, November 22nd, 1963; as well as three days later, on Monday, November 25th, 1963.

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Take from all of this what you will; however, with the release of the latest files on JFK, it seems more apparent than ever that Oswald wasn’t a sole actor.


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