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Patrick Oser

Patrick Oser

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I am 48 years old and I grew up and lived in Boston MA until moving to Outer Cape Cod, MA in the summer of 2010. I have a Bachelor of Science degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology. I have 2 teenage sons 17-1/2 and 19 years old. I am a licensed builder and I have been in the building, remodeling and restoration business my whole life. I have always had an interest in history, older antique style houses as well as local Boston sports, fitness, learning, expanding my mind and gaining knowledge. My house I currently live in was built in c1725.

I have grown up with the Kennedy mystique and would love to see the truth come out as to who killed JFK, RFK, MLK etc.

Ironically I am a registered “Independent” and lean more toward conservative issues or rather toward the right of middle politics. In recently taking a closer look at JFK’s policies and agenda, it seems to me he was trying to do some really great things despite the criticism he commonly gets for his personal shortcomings.

I, somewhat reluctantly, share a lot of the conspiracy theorists “theories” as to who was behind the murder of JFK. It seems to me, based on the information I am obtaining (reading, online and watching videos) that there is no question there was a conspiracy at the very least and that maybe it should no longer be considered a “theory” and should soon be considered a “fact”. Additionally I would propose, for hopefully in the near future, that maybe the term CT’s should now be CF.

I am joining this forum in an effort to share information, ideas and hopefully find and get to the truth.

As I get older I believe more and more how important history is to know and learn so that mistakes that were made in the past can learned from and hopefully we can avoid making the same mistakes again in the future.

As JFK said on April 27, 1961 before "The American Newspaper Publishers Association" at the Waldorf~Astoria Hotel in New York, just days after the CIA sponsored Bay of Pigs fiasco.

“This Administration intends to be candid about its errors;
for as a wise man once said: ‘An error does not become a mistake until you refuse to correct it.’
We intend to accept full responsibility for our errors and we expect you to point them out when we miss them.”

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