To quote Swami and colleagues: "believing that John F. Kennedy was not killed by a lone gunman or that the Apollo moon landings were staged increases the chances that an individual will also believe 9-11 conspiracy theories."
Being someone who tried to research the JFK case a great deal I find it rather unfortunate It got a mention like that in all honesty.
Actually In all seriousness It's just plain dumb. I, and just about anyone else who's actually bothered to research this case in particular for, oh let's say, a whole 5 minutes (and I'd hazard a guess and say Swami wouldn't be one of those people), would be able to tell you something isn't quite right. Or something doesn't quite add up about the official story. Hell, even members of the Warren Commission (those responsible for the official story) itself highlighted such doubts about the authenticity of it. Independent researchers can quite literally tear the story apart and 99.999% prove, for one thing, that Oswald was not the shooter.. and wasn't even on the 6th floor at the time It was taking place. It's practically an impossibility.
Some witnesses report seeing more than one figure in the 6th floor at the time also - if true proves a conspiracy. Some witnesses claim to have seen a gunman from the grassy knoll, as well as hearing a shot and seeing smoke originating from this location. Not forgetting smelling gunpowder - If true can either show a second gunman or show that the OS is incorrect in there final conclusion. Jack Ruby can be proven to have had connections to Oswald and members of the crime organisations said to be involved prior to the assassination - proving the WC lied in at least this area of the case. And to top it all off an investigation conducted on the case in the mid-70's actually concluded that and I quote a "probably conspiracy" had taken place. These just being a couple of quick points about the conspiracy angle of the case...
Undoubtedly a conspiracy had taken place here here in one form or another and there's just no doubt that Oswald didn't fire the fatal shot at all. It's not crazy to suggest a thing - It's because It's so unbelievably obvious to see when you have all the facts. It really is unfortunate to see this case constantly fall into the "Crazy conspiracy theory" category, It certainly doesn't deserve to be there in my humble opinion.