Magic Bullets

WH/HO PortraitI was just a little boy on the day they killed the king
I didn’t realize how that changed everything
Unanswered questions and unquestioned answers tell
If you want to know what really happened…

— from “Magic Bullet”

It was 50 years ago that the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was murdered. And now there seems to be a concerted effort by some folks to resurrect the “official story” that “JFK” was killed by a “lone nut,” Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone.
You know, Arthur Conan Doyle once wrote, in The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.”

So here’s what we know: 1) at least one shot came from the rear (the one that hit JFK in the upper back);
2) at least one shot came from the front (as shown in the famous Zapruder film) and 3) it’s physically impossible for a “lone nut” or anyone else to fire two shots simultaneously from two different locations almost opposite each other.
There’s only one possible conclusion you can reach from that — there had to be at least two gunmen. And that means the government has been lying to you about it all these years.

I can’t help but notice the similarities between the JFK murder and the 911 arson/murders.
In both cases, the official explanation is physically impossible. In both cases, a patsy was blamed for the crime — long before there was time to investigate anything. In both cases, instead of preserving the crime scene — the first cardinal rule of criminal investigation — the crime scene was immediately destroyed. In both cases, the “official story” is contradicted by numerous eyewitnesses — and in both cases, eyewitnesses seem to die at a statistically unlikely and alarming rate. Finally, in both cases, instead of a real investigation, a special panel was convened that included persons with very serious conflicts of interest, a panel that distorted, buried or excluded critical evidence so that they could come up with an endorsement of the official story.
And, of course, in both cases, anyone who questions the evidence (or lack of it) is dismissed as a crackpot “conspiracy theorist.”

I know what didn’t happened on the day the towers fell
They couldn’t quite destroy the proof of it
Unanswered questions and unquestioned answers tell
If you really want to know the truth of it

— from “Magic Bullet”

Sooner or later, there has to be a reckoning.

I hope it’s sooner. I’ll do whatever I can to make it so.
I hope you will, too.

Take care.


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