Did Oswald Act Alone – JFK 45th Anniversary
Posted by LOTGK on November 21, 2008
As the motorcade turned left from Houston Street, throngs of people lined the street waving and cheering at president John F. Kennedy and his lovely wife Jackie. Being a warm day in Dallas, Texas, the limo they traveled in was a convertible model.
Hundreds of people had camera’s snapping away at the president as he rode passed smiling and waving to the crowd. Abraham Zapruder was one of them. He was filming the presidents motorcade. An instant later, all hell broke loose. Shots rang out, the president slumped over, people dove to the ground covering up, police officers and secret service men shouting as the black limo carrying the president sped away toward the triple underpass.
What happened next is what conspiracies are made of. Many witnesses claimed to have seen and heard smoke and the sound of a gun shot coming from the grassy knoll. Some people heard 3 shots, some four, and some five shots. Some people claim to have seen suspicious people lurking around that seemed out of place such as a man with an open umbrella on a sunny day.
Keep in mind, it was total pandemonium. People just witnessed their president gunned down and murdered. Of course there would be inconsistencies with their recollections of events that just transpired.
Tomorrow is the 45th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Lee Harvey Oswald was captured and questioned and was the number one suspect and then was brutally gunned down on national live television by Jack Ruby as he was being transported to a more secure location. Before Oswald died, he yelled out that he did not kill the president and that he would not be a patsy. This is a telling statement by Oswald. If Oswald did not act alone, that meant their was a cover up and a conspiracy.
Forty Five years later, the debate continues. My own blog, the Grassy Knoll Institute, is directly tied to the Kennedy conspiracy. There are generations born since that only have history books and the media to learn the facts or what is believed to be the facts.
I want to know what my readers believe.
Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone in assassinating president John F. Kennedy or was there a second gunman that fateful day, November 22nd, 1963?
Please leave your answer in the comments section.
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL