posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 08:10 AM
I think most of the reviews of the Kennedy assassination that have taken place in the last couple of decades have been attempts to bolster the now
discredited conclusions of the Warren Commission. At best they leave room for doubt and at their worst they try to restate the findings of the
Recently, I heard a couple of interviews that Mark Lane conducted with witnesses that said that there was a shooter or shooters on the grassy knoll.
These people were in no doubt of what they saw and heard coming from that direction. The Warren Commission, in what they called "exhibits", which can
be found online, interviewed these people themselves and published accounts of the interviews along with the main body of their report.
In some cases these interviews are at considerable variance with what the witnesses told Mark Lane in his film recorded interviews. It is very clear
from comparing interviews that the Warren Commission attempted to confuse readers of the interviews by distorting and in some cases, outright
fabrication of information to the contrary of what the witness saw.
The Warren Commission feared exposure of the shooter on the grassy knoll and went to decisive lengths to make sure that, in its report, testimony of
that shooter's existence was covered up.
This is typical of Warren Commission "monkeyshines" on this subject and not the worst example:
SIMMONS said that he recalled that a motorcycle policeman drove up the grassy slope toward the Texas School Book Depository Building, jumped off
his motorcycle and then ran up the hill toward the Memorial Arches. SIMMONS said he thought he saw exhaust fumes of smoke near the embankment in front
of the Texas School Book Depository Building. SIMMONS then ran toward the Texas School Book Depository Buildidg with a policeman. He stopped at a
fence near the Memorial Arches and could not find anyone.
There is no doubt that a coup took place on November 22, 1963, in the United States and that institutions of the US government and the President,
Lyndon Johnson, were in on the coup. As Jim Marrs and others have pointed out, it is the continued cover up of what happened that is the most telling
evidence of a conspiracy.
Anyone who participates or participated in that cover up, including such notables as the current President of the United States, the current
Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the current directors of any of the nation's intelligence services, if they are participating in it,
are guilty of being accessories after the fact of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
In most jurisdictions that carries the same penalty as the persons who pulled the triggers would receive.
edit on 2-4-2013 by ipsedixit
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