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Investigative journalist Edward Jay Epstein says he can prove that Bill O'Reilly was not present at the 1977 suicide of a JFK-related figure that the host said he witnessed.
He can prove it, because he was there.
In a searing takedown published in Newsweek on Monday, Epstein said it was "impossible" for the Fox News host to be there.
"O’Reilly’s insertion suffers from a reality deficiency disorder," he wrote. "I was the actual -- and only -- reporter interviewing de Mohrenschildt on the last day of his life."
O'Reilly has claimed on numerous occasions that he was present for the death of George de Mohrenschildt, a friend of alleged John F. Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald who took his own life on March 29, 1977.
During an appearance on "Fox & Friends" to promote his 2012 book, Killing Kennedy, O'Reilly said that he was just about to knock on the door of Mohrenschildt's daughter's house when he heard the gunshot go off. His former colleague, however, told Media Matters in February that O'Reilly was in Dallas at the time, nowhere near the site of the suicide.