Thursday, November 14, 2013

The Site of Oswald's Murder

No matter which conspiracy theory you hold to regarding JFK's assassination, I think most would tentatively agree on one thing: Oswald's assassination had 'perfect' timing.

Ben Franklin once said "Three can keep a secret if two are dead," a little nugget that often proves true when it comes to murder-for-hire plots. With this in mind, I've gone back and forth on whether or not Oswald acted alone on Nov. 22, 1963.

If there really was a conspiracy to take out JFK, then how could so many keep quiet?

I know, I know...there's proof, there's evidence that something 'stank in the state of Camelot'.

We tend to believe whatever we want, and use the evidence to our advantage in arguments.

Oswald claimed he was a patsy, but he didn't give police a list of names of his accomplices, didn't give details on any conspiracy. He didn't sell out.

We're also talking 1963.

Had he lived, gone to trial, etc., what details, what facts would've emerged? Impossible to say, even now, 50 years later.

But here's an interesting article discussing the fate of the parking garage where Oswald was shot and killed. Amazing that it hasn't been turned into a museum of some sort.

Read the article here.

But if conspiracy theories aren't your thing, or if you're more of a Jackie and Camelot fan, check out my book on how Jackie dealt with JFK behind the scenes and between the sheets....O! JACKIE .

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