What really happened to President Kennedy?

This is Part 2 of a piece I am writing about my Dad’s carefully researched opinion If you missed Part 1, here is the link to his experience that day: My View of the Kennedy Assassination

You need to know I do not agree with some of the conclusions my Dad has come to. I tend to think that Oswald was probably just a loose canon, acting alone. But…who knows?  And I like hearing what other people think.

Dad:

“I think it was a carefully planned and carried out hit job, by elements of our own government. I think we experienced a government coup, which changed world history.

If you are really interested in learning what happened, get the book “JFK and The Unspeakable…..Why He Died and Why It Matters”, a carefully researched and documented volume by James W. Douglass.

Author Douglass has delved into not only what was immediately available after Nov. 22, 1963 but the documents that have been released by the congressional commission charged with investigating the President’s murder. That commission did reach a conclusion that “it probably was a conspiracy”, but that conclusion was never followed up by our justice department.

Perhaps it will be some day!

One reason I think things were not being told truthfully is that when I asked Dallas police  on the phone how they knew that Oswald was the man, five miles away in the Texas Theatre, I never got a really good answer.

I personally think the killing of Officer Tippet was a diversion to give police a reason to find Oswald in the Texas theatre and that he probably had been told to wait there for a pickup. They needed a reason to find him there so the parties responsible for the President’s assassination had someone else kill Tippet and “trace Oswald” to the Texas theatre.

The History Channel did an excellent series of programs over several years time, culminating with programs 7, 8 and 9, broadcast only once, on the 40th anniversary of the assassination.
I believe these three programs were then suppressed by powerful entities in our own government. They have not been aired even once since then.

The three suppressed programs can be seen, although I suspect they will be wiped off somehow at any time, on youtube. Go to www.youtube.com and then enter in the title “the men who killed Kennedy” from which you can see, for the time being, any of the 9 programs. The suppressed programs are # 7, 8 and 9. Well worth your time!”

 

So, what do you think? I would like to know,

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