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On 10/9/2018 at 7:54 PM, Lance Payette said:

When it comes to JFK conspiracy theories, there are two fundamental problems:  (1) There have been SO MANY diametrically opposed conspiracy theories, over SO MANY years, involving COMPLETELY DIFFERENT motivations and casts of characters, that it is difficult to take any of them seriously even if one has a completely open mind.  The whole ball of wax tells us far less about the assassination of JFK than about the conspiracy mindset. 

The fact that there are so many theories about Kennedy's murder is not a problem. People interpret evidence differently and can arrive at different conclusions. The fact that people arrive at different conclusions has no bearing on the historical truth about what happened that day in Dallas. Whether you believe Oswald acted alone or Kennedy was killed by a conspiratorial cabal, the fact that people can't agree about what happened will not change the truth about what actually did happen.

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26 minutes ago, John Kowalski said:

The fact that there are so many theories about Kennedy's murder is not a problem.

I think it's the Problem.

In order to promote their theories Pet Theorists deny the Root Facts of the case.

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The fact that there are so many theories about Kennedy's murder is not a problem. People interpret evidence differently and can arrive at different conclusions. The fact that people arrive at different conclusions has no bearing on the historical truth about what happened that day in Dallas. Whether you believe Oswald acted alone or Kennedy was killed by a conspiratorial cabal, the fact that people can't agree about what happened will not change the truth about what actually did happen.

And the truth is he was shot in the back at T3.

Which proves the throat shot came from the front, the Secret Service and/or the military were involved in the cover-up given the obviously fraudulent Fox 5 autopsy photo, and the final autopsy report gave two fictional locations for the back wound.

Many assert otherwise but they have no factual challenge to these conclusions.

Edited by Cliff Varnell

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