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First is a conspiracy I heard of, which is that JFK didn't die in Dallas. Can somebody explain this theory.
"He handed it to Jackie saying, 'We're heading into nut country today'. O'Donnell took the paper to a window and reread it. The President prowled the floor. Abrubtly he paused in front of his wife. 'You know, last night would have been a hell of a night to assassinate a President', he murmured. He said it casually, and she took it lightly; it was his way of shaking off the ad... 'I mean it,' he said now, building the daydream. 'There was the rain, and the night, and we were all getting jostled. Suppose a man had a pistol in a briefcase.' He gestured vividly, pointing his rigid index finger at the wall and jerking his thumb twice to show the action of the hammer. 'Then he could have dropped the gun and the briefcase--' in pantomime he dropped them and whirled in a tense crouch-- 'and melted away in the crowd.' Source www.orwelltoday.com...
The Pepsi conference is Nixon's reason for being in Dallas. Nixon was in Dallas on the day of the assassination is important because there is evidence that Nixon told three different versions of how he found out about the shooting in Dallas. Nixon's Three Stories of Where He Was on November 22, 1963 : Researched by Fletcher Prouty It is a well known article. www.prouty.org...
But what does Nixon being with Pepci Cola in Dallas around the time of the JFK assassination have to do with it in theory?
As you know, JFK narrowly beat Nixon in 1960 with the help of a powerful democratic mastermind named Larry O'brien. en.wikipedia.org...'Brien
Now the Nixon connection to JFK I am completely confused by since I don't really know much about watergate. I just heard of this.
In 1968, Vice President Hubert Humphrey appointed O'Brien to serve nationally as the director of his presidential campaign and by Howard Hughes to serve in Washington as his public-policy lobbyist.
Committed to the principle that political parties are fundamental to the American political process, O'Brien was elected in 1968 and 1970 by the DNC to serve nationally as its chairman. John H. Meier, a former business advisor to Hughes, collaborated with Hubert Humphrey and others to use Donald Nixon to feed misinformation to his brother, the President. Source: Larry O'brien wiki