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PEMBUNUHAN JF KENNEDY... KONON PENUH MISTERI...???>> ..MYSTERIES...OF ..THE ASSASSINATION OF JFK -THE PRESIDENT OF USA ..0N 22 NOV 1963...??? ..WHO PLAY THE GAME OF KILLING THE PRESIDENT...???>> ...IS THERE SOME CONSPIRACY PLAYING THE GAMES....???>> WHY AND WHAT THE MAIN OBJECTIVE...??>> ....... ACCORDING TO THE POLITICIAN EXPERT...THERE IS NO EVENT..OR POLITICICAL TRAGEDY...OR ASSASSINATION..WITHOUT..THE WELL PLANNING...??>> ... SO WHAT WAS ACTUALLY HAPPENED ON THE JFK ASSASSINATION...?? >> ....nearly 20% of Americans suspected Lyndon B. Johnson of being involved in the assassination of Kennedy.[2..>>....Suspicions that Johnson was involved in covering-up facts about the assassination were supported by Parkland Hospital doctor Charles Crenshaw. (Dr. Crenshaw had worked to save Oswald's life at Parkland after he was shot by Jack Ruby, just as Crenshaw had worked to save President Kennedy's life two days earlier.) While treating Oswald, Crenshaw said he received a phone call from the new U.S. president, Lyndon Johnson. Crenshaw gave his account of the phone conversation in his book Trauma Room One: Johnson: "Dr. Crenshaw, how is the accused assassin?" Crenshaw: "Mr. President, he's holding his own at the moment." Johnson: "Would you mind taking a message to the operating surgeon?" Crenshaw: "Dr. Shires is very busy right now, but I will convey your message." Johnson: "Dr. Crenshaw, I want a death-bed confession from the accused assassin. There's a man in the operating room who will take the statement. I will expect full cooperation in this matter." Crenshaw: "Yes, sir." Dr. Crenshaw said that he relayed Johnson's message to Dr. Shires, but that Oswald was in no condition to give any statement.[..>>. ......Jim Marrs, in his book Crossfire, presented the theory that Kennedy was trying to rein in the power of the Federal Reserve, and that forces opposed to such action might have played at least some part in the assassination.[331][332][333] According to Marrs, the issuance of Executive Order 11110 was an effort by Kennedy to transfer power from the Federal Reserve to the United States Department of the Treasury by replacing Federal Reserve Notes with Silver Certificates.[332] Actor and author Richard Belzer named the responsible parties in this theory as American "billionaires, power brokers, and bankers ... working in tandem with the CIA and other sympathetic agents of the government."[194]...>>> ....David Wrone's The Zapruder Film (2003) concludes that the shot that killed JFK came from in front of the limousine, and that JFK's throat and back wounds were caused by an in-and-through shot originating from the grassy knoll. Three shots were fired from three different angles, none of them from Lee Harvey Oswald's window at the Texas School Book Depository. Wrone is a professor of history (emeritus) at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. ISBN 0-7006-1291-2....>>........... Based on the "consensus among the witnesses at the scene" and "in particular the three spent cartridges", the Warren Commission determined that "the preponderance of the evidence indicated that three shots were fired".[90] In 1979, the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded there were four shots, one coming from the direction of the grassy knoll.[3][93].....>>>........ According to some assassination researchers, the grassy knoll was identified by the majority of witnesses as the area from where shots were fired.[33][97] In March 1965, Harold Feldman wrote that there were 121 witnesses to the assassination with 51 indicating that the shots that killed Kennedy came from the area of the grassy knoll.[97] In 1967, Josiah Thompson examined the statements of 64 witnesses and found that 33 of them thought that the shots emanated from the grassy knoll.[98]...>>> ......The presidential limousine makes it's way through the streets of Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Weeks before the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination this fall, ReelzChannel will take another look at the killing in a docudrama that suggests a Secret Service agent fired one of the bullets that felled Kennedy....>>



Did an FBI agent fire the shot that killed JFK? Killing of Kennedy to be re-examined in cable docudrama

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Did an FBI agent fire the shot that killed JFK? Killing of Kennedy to be re-examined in cable docudrama

The presidential limousine makes it's way through the streets of Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Weeks before the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination this fall, ReelzChannel will take another look at the killing in a docudrama that suggests a Secret Service agent fired one of the bullets that felled Kennedy.

Photograph by: James Altgens , Google Images

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Weeks before the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination this fall, a TV network will take another look at the killing in a docudrama that suggests a Secret Service agent fired one of the bullets that felled Kennedy.

ReelzChannel's "JFK: The Smoking Gun" is based on the work of retired Australian police Detective Colin McLaren and the book "Mortal Error: The Shot that Killed JFK" by Bonar Menninger.

McLaren spent four years combing through evidence from Kennedy's death on Nov. 22, 1963, in Dallas. He and Menninger also relied on ballistics evidence from an earlier book by Howard Donahue.

The two-hour docudrama airs Nov. 3 in the U.S., Canada and Australia. It suggests that agent George Hickey fired one of the bullets that hit Kennedy. Hickey, who is now dead, was riding in the car behind Kennedy's limo that day.

"What we're saying is that we believe it was a tragic accident in the heat of that moment," McLaren told the Television Critics Association on Sunday.

When Lee Harvey Oswald fired his first shot, McLaren said Hickey responded by trying to fire back on Oswald's position using his Secret Service-issued rifle. But because he was inexperienced with the weapon and the car lurched forward, McLaren said the shot went awry and accidentally hit Kennedy, who was struck in the neck but quite possibly not fatally wounded by Oswald's second shot.

"We don't suggest that he was in any way involved in a conspiracy," McLaren said of Hickey.
The Warren Commission report in the 1960s concluded that Oswald was the lone gunman in officially explaining the assassination.

The program is ReelzChannel's second Kennedy-related offering. In 2011, the cable channel aired "The Kennedys" after History Channel dropped the miniseries amid reports that the real-life Kennedy family was unhappy about the project.

In Context


  • A little under an hour after the shooting, a policeman approached Lee Harvey Oswald, believing he recognised his description.
  • The policeman was shot dead. Oswald was arrested almost immediately under suspicion of murder.
  • Shortly afterwards, he was also charged with the assassination of President Kennedy.
  • The suspect was never tried as he was shot dead himself two days later by nightclub owner Jack Ruby.
  • The Warren Report, commissioned to investigate the president's death, concluded he had been killed by shots fired by Mr Oswald from the School Book Depository building.
  • But conspiracy enthusiasts quickly turned the assassination into one of the most disputed events in modern history, with theories ranging from claims it was an elaborately staged suicide to the driver being the murderer.


Photos: 48th anniversary of JFK assassination

On Nov. 22, it was the 48th anniversary of the date John F. Kennedy was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas.

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Kennedy greets supporters in Dallas, Texas
 

President John F. Kennedy greets supporters in Dallas, Texas before his fateful limousine ride.

Photograph by: Houston Chronicle/AP, Google Images

 

Jacqueline Kennedy greets spectators
 

Jacqueline Kennedy greets spectators in Dallas, Texas before the fateful trip on November 22, 1963.

Photograph by: PNG, Google Images

 

Presidential limousine travels through Dallas
 

The presidential limousine makes it's way through the streets of Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.

Photograph by: James Altgens, Google Images

 

48th Anniversary of Kennedy assassination
 

Secret Service agent jumps on to the rear of the presidential limousine as Jacqueline Kennedy climbs from beside her husband in this frame from the famous Zapruder film.

Photograph by: PNG, Google Images

Secret service agent jumps on back of limousine
 

Secret Service agent jumps on the back of the open limousine that President John F. Kennedy and first lady Jacqueline Kennedy are riding in through downtown Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 22, 1963.

Photograph by: Justin Newman/AP, Google Images

 

Lyndon B. Johnson takes oath
 

Lyndon B. Johnson takes the oath of office aboard Air Force One shortly after the death of John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

Photograph by: Cecil W. Stoughton, WHPO, Google Images

 

Moments after the assassination
 

Spectators react moments after the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

Photograph by: FRANK CANCELLARE, Google Images

 
Kennedy casket is loaded on plane
 

The casket of assassinated U.S. president John F. Kennedy is loaded on a plane.

Photograph by: CECIL STOUGHTON, Google Images

First lady and children mourn
 

Jacqueline Kennedy with family members and children at funeral of John F. Kennedy.

Photograph by: Keystone via Getty Images, Google Images


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