Mystery Still Surrounds JFK Assassination
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JFK Assassination Remains Uncertain After Nearly 60 Years
The official version is that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas by a “lone nut” acting alone: Lee Harvey Oswald. So why does uncertainty linger about the President’s murder?
Oswald never confessed. Most assassins have a political motive and proudly confess. Oswald was interrogated for hours and never confessed. On the Friday night of the assassination, Oswald said in custody, “I didn’t shoot anybody. I’m just a patsy.” On the video, take a look at :42 and :43. For those two seconds, …