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ssassination of John F. Kennedy – shooting of John F. Kennedy
35th president of the United States, as he rode in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. His accused killer was Lee Harvey Oswald, former soldier who had embraced Marxism and defected for time to the Soviet Union. Oswald never stood trial for murder because while being transferred after having been taken into custody he was killed by Ruby disturbed Dallas nightclub owner.
While serving as chief analyst of military records in the Assassination Records Review Board in 1997, Douglas Horne discovered that that Zapruder Film was examined by the CIA’s National Photographic Interpretation Center two days after the assassination of President Kennedy. In this film, Horne interviews legendary NPIC photo investigator Dino Brugioni, who speaks for the first time about another NPIC examination of a film the day after the assassination. Brugioni didn’t know about the second examination and does believe the Zapruder Film in the archives today is not the film he saw the day after the assassination. There has been growing interest of what really occurred in the following day of November 22, 1963.. Far be from me open to pick at a scab that has evidently healed due to the time from that sad event to here and now; but even as a six years old kid, when living in the town of Oxford, Alabama and first viewing the drastic footage in an episode of Sixty Minutes… Even at an early age, Kevin Costner’s puzzled reaction: The sixth and fatal frame-shot 313-takes Kennedy in the head from the front. This’ the key shot. The president going back to his left. such shot from the front and right. Totally inconsistent with the shot coming from the depository. back & to the left, back and to the left, back and to the left.
Investigative journalist Anthony Summers, interviews a Cuban exile who claims a second gunman may have been involved in a assassination of U.S. President Kennedy. 50 years, since the assassination of John F Kennedy on November 22 1963, there had been the persistent belief that more than one gunman might have been at work in Dallas that day, possibly shooting at a president from front, rather than the rear, Lee Harvey Oswald’s alleged to have done. Now, the first time, the name has emerged for candidate for that second trigger in this exclusive video interview, aired by The Telegraph for the first time, an investigative journalist Anthony Summers, author of Not in Your Lifetime, a study of the JFK assassination, reveals of a second gunman may have been the Cuban called Herminio Diaz Garcia; the death, of an 81 year-old Reinaldo Martinez Gomez, Cuban exile living in Florida, speaking to Summers about his friend Diaz, a Cuban anti-Castro fighter sometimes was employed as an American Mafia seasoned political assassin. He describes how Diaz admitted his “participation” and in Kennedy’s death to another man in 1966; was preparing to attack Castro, commando-style, and it was to result in his death: in the headliner, telegraph.co.uk and in TheDailyTelegraph.