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    Warren Commission

    Lee Harvey Oswald
    "I'm just a patsy.--spoken at a press conference at Dallas Police headquarters the night of his arrest, November 22, 1963, as a suspect in the assassination of President Kennedy. "Don't believe the so-called evidence."--spoken to his brother Robert from jail the morning of November 23, 1963, about the case being built against him.
    Best known for: A large majority of people in the U.S. and worldwide have always accepted the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald was falsely accused of being the lone assassin of John F. Kennedy, the thirty-fifth president of the United States. Kennedy's successor, Lyndon Baines Johnson appointed a presidential fact-finding commission, known as the Warren Commission after its figurehead leader, Chief Justice Earl Warren. The Commission's politically expedient conclusion was that none of the evidence of conspiracy they examined was "credible." The Commissioners and their staff of attorneys focused instead on weak, contradictory evidence to support a theory that Oswald alone fired three shots from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository building in downtown Dallas, using a World War II-vintage, Italian military carbine called a Mannlicher-Carcano, to kill Kennedy and wound both Texas Governor John B. Connally and bystander James T. Tague. All three victims were on the street below. Kennedy and Connally were in an open convertible limousine as part of a motorcade, and Tague was on foot in the crowd who came to see them ride by.

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    Discovery Channel

    Anything that appears on a television network about this subject has to support the official fairy tale. Other than the wonderful "The Men Who Killed The President" series, everything that has appeared on television about the assassination, since the moment Oswald was killed, has been a clear and obvious part of the coverup.

    We are now 45 years removed from this event. What possible reason does someone producing a documentary about the JFK assassination have, at this point, to continue distorting the truth? For those of you who don't think there was a massive conspiracy, with the most powerful forces in the world behind it, how do you explain this continuing adherence to an account that any average first grader could see was impossible? The people writing and producing this stuff were either not born in 1963, or very small. Unlike the Tom Wickers and Dan Rathers of the journalism world, they shouldn't have an axe to grind here- they aren't merely covering up their own woefully inadequate performance in covering the crime of the century. Obviously, the powerful forces behind JFK's death still exist, or otherwise there would be no purpose behind the continuing coverup. I don't think the Discovery Channel is producing this sort of unbelievable nonsense in order to protect some long dead anti-Castro or renegade CIA elements.

    The tact of using "technology" in order to sway those unknowledgable about the facts in this case, began in earnest on a "NOVA" PBS special back in the late 1980s. Walter Cronkite was trotted out one more time to lie about the assassination, and we were assured that the then new computer graphics could easily prove that such things as the single-bullet theory were possible. Since then, the likes of Dale Myers have used convoluted "technology" and seemingly impressive graphics to prop up the worn out, absurd Warren Commission fairy tale.

    There is no independent press in this country outside of the internet. When it comes to subjects like the JFK assassination, there is no "left" or "right." Everyone with a public platform (congressmen, reporters, producers) agree that there was no conspiracy.

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