Special Report in Observance of the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination — Nov. 22, 2013
The assassination of John F.Kennedy arouses more controversy and skepticism among Americans than any other event of the last century. His death before the end of his term in office was a blow to the hopes and aspirations of many. JFK’s appeal was truly multi-generational which is why his death is hotly debated to this very day. He was not only a World War II hero, he inspired many with his writings in PROFILES IN COURAGE.
The Warren Commission Report (WCR) is the most questioned and doubted of all Congressional inquiries of the 20th century. There are so many obvious shortcomings and questionable conclusions contained in this report that it was destined to create many more doubts than sound answers. Because there are so many contested facts, it is now believed by many that a highly coordinated coverup took place at the highest levels of government.
“Single-bullet theory” undercut the credibility of the Warren Commission Report
The single greatest problem with the WCR was the advancement of the “Single-bullet theory”. This theory posited the notion that the same bullet struck both President Kennedy and Governor John B. Connally of Texas. The governor himself, an eye-witness and victim in the presidential limousine, insisted that he was struck by a different bullet than those that hit Kennedy…
by Michael Thomas – Read more at Warren Commission Report: High Level Coverup Of JFK Assassination?.