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Published in Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 8 (May 8 & 9, 1993).

Oliver Stone's movie JFK has reawakened interest in the most traumatic political murder of our time--the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 22, 1963. That murder is still unsolved. The Warren Commission's conclusion that 24-year old Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, shot and killed President Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository was based on an inadequate and hurried investigation and never accepted by the American people, and is now completely rejected by almost all serious researchers of the assassination.

The identity of the murderers of President Kennedy may never be known and the full truth of the assassination may never be uncovered. Over the years, however, there has been steady progress in the search for the truth about the murder of John F. Kennedy. Since the Warren Commission issued its final report in 1964, investigations of the assassination by governmental agencies as well as by private citizens have disclosed a number of important, documented facts unavailable to or overlooked by the Warren Commission. Many of these facts are downright odd. They seem as inexplicable as the assassination itself. Yet they help throw light on the violent death of our 35th president and thereby assist us to understand exactly what happened on Nov. 22, 1963, and why. The more the facts of the assassination are known, the greater the likelihood is that the mysteries surrounding America's crime of the century eventually will be cleared up.

In order to contribute to the spread of knowledge about the slaying of President Kennedy, I am setting forth below 10 numbered paragraphs containing a small sampling of the numerous oddities concerning the Kennedy assassination. To dispel any doubts about the accuracy of my facts, I have included references to the reliable sources which confirm them.

http://www.law.uga.edu/academics/profiles/...10oddities.html

Never forget--the SBT is a non-starter. Move on!

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Published in Athens Human Rights Festival, p. 8 (May 8 & 9, 1993).

Oliver Stone's movie JFK has reawakened interest in the most traumatic political murder of our time--the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 22, 1963. That murder is still unsolved. The Warren Commission's conclusion that 24-year old Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, shot and killed President Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository was based on an inadequate and hurried investigation and never accepted by the American people, and is now completely rejected by almost all serious researchers of the assassination.

The identity of the murderers of President Kennedy may never be known and the full truth of the assassination may never be uncovered. Over the years, however, there has been steady progress in the search for the truth about the murder of John F. Kennedy. Since the Warren Commission issued its final report in 1964, investigations of the assassination by governmental agencies as well as by private citizens have disclosed a number of important, documented facts unavailable to or overlooked by the Warren Commission. Many of these facts are downright odd. They seem as inexplicable as the assassination itself. Yet they help throw light on the violent death of our 35th president and thereby assist us to understand exactly what happened on Nov. 22, 1963, and why. The more the facts of the assassination are known, the greater the likelihood is that the mysteries surrounding America's crime of the century eventually will be cleared up.

In order to contribute to the spread of knowledge about the slaying of President Kennedy, I am setting forth below 10 numbered paragraphs containing a small sampling of the numerous oddities concerning the Kennedy assassination. To dispel any doubts about the accuracy of my facts, I have included references to the reliable sources which confirm them.

http://www.law.uga.edu/academics/profiles/...10oddities.html

Never forget--the SBT is a non-starter. Move on!

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Thanks Peter. A good list to begin with. But I disagree and think that the SBT is still the place TO start. People sometimes don't really know what they need to know about this absurd explanation.

Dawn

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