posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 12:08 PM
It's a tough subject for me because I have read the book you just finished and I found it compelling. Much like the JFK movie, based on the Garrison
actions. It's hard to argue.....
Then again though, I also read "Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy" by Vincent Bugliosi. In that book, almost every
aspect of conspiracy theory is systematically looked at, turned different ways, and generally torn apart. That too is a very compelling book with very
well thought out evidence. Bugliosi also has a history and background in his own right for credibility.
So..where is the truth? Well... I don't think Oswald was more than a front man. Maybe he knew he was a part of something larger....maybe he never
did. Maybe he was entirely willing and maybe it came as a shock out of nowhere that he was the man of honor for the whole thing. The only thing I know
for sure is that files exist on this and they exist by the truck load with classification dates good for a few more decades, last I knew.
Our Kid's kids will know what really happened.....at least someone might, someday.