posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 09:54 PM
I think that the shots in the allotted time were possible, but Oswald never fired a shot that day. I think there were two shooters, neither of them
the man they tried to pin it on. One was on the grassy knoll, as many conspiracy theories go, and the other was positioned either on the 2nd floor of
the Dal-Tex building, or on the overpass somewhere...Basically somewhere up high. I also believe the story about the CIA agent who stated he procured
the rifles and radios for an operation around the exact same time, and that he had reason to believe they were for the Kennedy assassination.
There are also many discrepancies, such as the Tippit photo that they said was JFK, which obviously was not the case. There were also witnesses who
stated that Oswald was not the one to shoot the police officer. He was killed simply because he bore a striking resemblance to JFK. It was all
planned, relatively well. And there is way more than that. Plus all of those who died after the assassination, who all were in a position to know
things. Too coincidental to not be a conspiracy. I used to not believe this was the case, until I really started paying attention to the details, and
digging more into the little things that most never discuss about this case. At least those who do not know it very well.