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Every so often the topic of the JFK assassination comes up on different websites that I browse. It's always interesting for me to read the comments and conversations. I can get a sense of the way a number of people think and react to the subject. It's good to know that people are still interested in the JFK assassination and seem quite willing to engage in debate. There are certain specific topics that appear to come up again and again, but it seems one of the most persistent is the theory that Secret Service Agent George Hickey actually killed JFK. I'd say that only about 20% of people I've seen discussing the assassination seem to adhere to this theory, while the rest are evenly split between conspiracy and lone shooter. According to the George Hickey theory first raised in the 1992 book "Mortal Error" and widely distributed via the 2013 documentary "JFK: The Smoking Gun", Hickey accidentally fired the head shot at Kennedy as the limo Hickey was standing in accelerated suddenly. So, how do/would you address it when the George Hickey theory comes up in conversation?