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    Posted August 27, 2014 by
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    Who shot JFK and why

     
    watching the calvacade proceed down the road you will notice several individuals clinging to the car, in the passenger seat and driver seat. If you look closely, the truth as to what happened is right in front of you eyes. the motorcycle drivers, the governor, the driver and secret service are all from the same clan. And when you watch governor connelly you can see that the assasin from the book depository was aiming for him, in order to kill connelly, as conelly just prior to getting shot, looked back with something in his hand, and guaged where JFK's head is. then there was a blood spatter. the simple clue is that the exit wound would have b een very large from JFK's face, especially due to the size of the rifle. yet, cnnolly was shot by the bullet from the rifle, all covered up by someon, orsome clan.https://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=Ak7h6xf_0qecodCB7Kbr9ombvZx4?p=jfk+assasination+video&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8&fr=yfp-t-901&fp=1 however, how do you explain away the wound on JFK collar bone? Lee Harvey Oswald, was a crack shot. he used two types of ammo, one a ball type that did not leave an exit wound and mainly was stopped by the brain, and the other regular lead, through the throat. Lee Harvy Oswald is a decendent of Jose Gasperilla, and is also related to Hitler and Truman. In 1968 his great uncle and I met. Much to his chagrin. Now this proves a lot of things. Oppenhiemer would say. what am i chopped liver?

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