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November 24, 2013

Allen Dulles, former director of the CIA and the member of the Warren Commission most knowledgeable of covert activities of every sort, was addressing in executive session the possible reception of......

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mikekerstetter

Nov-24-13 5:46 AM

I was just commenting on the conspiracy theories.....

Everything I've seen on the Kennedy assassination that makes sense is one that revolves around Oswald being the lone gunman.

Recently I saw a show that said one of the Secret Service people shot him 'accidently' from the car behind. But not one witness has ever come forth that has said they saw it.

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farmer

Nov-24-13 6:08 AM

"And would the Sun-Gazette's readers be surprised to learn that the most important book on the assassination to emerge in recent years, Douglas P. Horne's 2009 "Inside the Assassination Records Review Board: The U.S. Government's Final Attempt to Reconcile the Conflicting Medical Evidence in the Assassination of JFK" is nowhere to be found in any of the libraries of Lycoming County?"

So the conspiracy extends all the way to the TOP ? The JVB Library ? I'm shocked !!!

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eriklatranyi

Nov-24-13 7:36 AM

Oswald killed Kennedy.

Oswald was a member of the ACLU and a devoted Communist.

Liberals, who love communism, need to divert attention away from that fact with conspiracy theories and innuendo that it was conservative Texas that led to Kennedy's murder.

It clearly shows how liberals try to re-write history to protect communism while impugning freedom.

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CMReeder

Nov-24-13 7:42 AM

Some people can not accept that a very popular and powerful person representing America can be assassinated and just by one person acting on their own. Even though we have seen it time after time. A powerful person targeted and assassinated by one person.

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eriklatranyi

Nov-24-13 8:46 AM

Mr. Reeder:

I agree. It was one person, a devout communist and member of the ACLU that killed President Kennedy.

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hopeforfuture

Nov-24-13 8:50 AM

Never did believe the lone shooter theory. The secret service that one sounds more like the truth, but was it an accident? No one will ever know for sure. We lost a president who did inspire the country to greatness in the space program.

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underwood

Nov-24-13 10:45 AM

Like Mike, the truly scientific reports I’ve seen leave no doubt that Oswald was the lone shooter and anything else must be considered conspiracy theories with no real evidence to support them. The only thing not put to bed is Oswald’s true motive and the reason Ruby shot Oswald. If anyone wants to look for a conspiracy, that’s where they should be looking.

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mikekerstetter

Nov-24-13 11:10 AM

I've read the book 'I heard you paint houses' a couple of times. It's written by a former investigator who interviewed Frank 'The Irishman' Sheeran who was, according to the book, involved with both the Teamsters and the Mob. The book is basically the story of his life and, in the end, just before his death, he confessed to being the one who killed Jimmy Hoffa. A part of the book alludes to the fact that the killing of John Kennedy was a direct result of Bobby Kennedy's investigation of the Teamsters and the Mob, and that Jack Ruby was a part of the Mob. The book is interesting and compelling. But you'd have to read it and decide for yourself if you believe the connection.

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CMReeder

Nov-24-13 11:41 AM

We will never know Oswald's motives, he was killed before anyone could question him. Jack Ruby never changed his story about why he killed Oswald.

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USABorn

Nov-24-13 11:49 AM

hopeforfuture - 8:50 AM

"Never did believe the lone shooter theory. The secret service that one sounds more like the truth,"

The secret service one sounds more like the truth? "That a secret service man from the car BEHIND" shot Kennedy accidently? If that were true, how did Kennedy's head get blown BACK when the bullet hit, and a piece of his brain end up on the trunk BEHIND him?

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CMReeder

Nov-24-13 12:08 PM

Actually Eric you included communism and the ACLU.

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mikekerstetter

Nov-24-13 12:33 PM

USABorn-""That a secret service man from the car BEHIND" shot Kennedy accidently? If that were true, how did Kennedy's head get blown BACK when the bullet hit, and a piece of his brain end up on the trunk BEHIND him?"

So, USA, are you one who believes in a two shooter theory? The reason I ask is that if Oswald was the lone shooter his was a shot from the rear also.

All the evidence I've seen has said the entry wound was at the rear of his head. In a frame by frame analysis of the Zapruder film Kennedy's head moves forward on impact of the bullet and then snaps violently backwards as the skull comes apart at the exit wound.

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JohnZook

Nov-24-13 12:59 PM

I'm still trying to figure out how a full metal jacketed bullet can enter the back of a mans head and blow out the back of that head and exit the body intact. Please explain.....

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JohnZook

Nov-24-13 1:00 PM

Isn't the reason Jackie jumped to the trunk of the car was to collect the pieces of skull and brains?

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CaymanJim

Nov-24-13 2:21 PM

On the day he was killed, JFK was wearing his back brace which limited movement. This brace served to stabilize his back, minimizing his constant pain. As regards his forward and lateral movements after being shot,it can be said this brace held him in place, preventing him from eluding that fatal gunshot wound. Like many others out there, I also watched hours of programs devoted to the assassination. One discussion that disturbed me most was that JFK's security detail had been drinking the night before and an agent named Hickey, riding in the car behind the President, accidentally fired the head shot from behind that fateful day. Ballistics and trajectories verify this and prove Oswald didn't fire all the wounding rounds.

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mikekerstetter

Nov-24-13 2:48 PM

JohnZook-"I'm still trying to figure out how a full metal jacketed bullet can enter the back of a mans head and blow out the back of that head and exit the body intact. Please explain....."

John, you're confusing the bullet that struck Kennedy in the head with the so-called magic bullet, the one that hit him in the back, and hit Governor Connally. That's the one they called the pristine bullet. And it didn't blow out the back of his head, it was the right front/top/side of his head.

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mikekerstetter

Nov-24-13 2:57 PM

CaymanJim-"Ballistics and trajectories verify this and prove Oswald didn't fire all the wounding rounds."

More accurately, the show SUGGESTS that this is what happened. Like I said, not ONE witness in Dealey Plaza has ever come forward to report seeing Hickey fire the shot. One would think that if that were the case someone, one of the SS agents, someone in the plaza, someone somewhere there would have come forward.

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MrShaman

Nov-24-13 6:14 PM

"Allen Dulles, former director of the CIA and the member of the Warren Commission most knowledgeable of covert activities of every sort, was addressing in executive session the possible reception of the panel's conclusions:

"But nobody reads. Don't believe people read in this country. There will be a few professors that will read the record . . . the public will read very little." - H.C. (Harry) Nash

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Seriously....you'd reference the Granddaddy o' the T-Bagger-movement, in-reference-to conspiracies?????

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See:

Stephen Kinzer, Author, "The Brothers" [YouTube]

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USABorn

Nov-25-13 3:06 AM

mikekerstetter - Nov-24-13 12:33 PM

"So, USA, are you one who believes in a two shooter theory?"

NO! Nor do I believe Kennedy was shot "accidently" by a secret service agent in the car behind!

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