IIRC, the US government will release a report on the real case in 2038.
could it be tru or another water gate
There was a good documentary on this on discovery about a week ago. Look around, it should come on again.
It used all the films available of the event (there were 25 cameras rolling that day) to create 3d models of the entire scene and animate it. (plus lots of other things)
Conclusion: Yes, Oswald acted alone. The film JFK was a dramatisation- its not fact. For instance, the magic bullet thing which seems so convincing - the seats in the car aren't arranged like that - Kennedy was about a 20cm higher than the senator and further to the right.
But whay aftre 46 years and that filmes you talking about have been edited....other thing the killing of LHO in middile of 100s
of Goverment agent.......
they dont want to talke so thay Erase him ...no body know what they hide ofer 46 years...many thinges afcourse
ABC had a little documentary about the shooting with Peter Jennings this year, and they also reached conclusion that Oswald did it alone.
The problem with conspiracy mentality is that people cannot accept that an unknown person like Oswald can harm a great person like a president.
Funny this topic comes up; I just finished a 16-page essay on the assassination for school.
Both sides of the fence have very convincing arguments but I tend to side with the idea of conspiracy, although a lot of conspiracy theories tend to a bit dodgy.
When it comes down to Oswald, the real question is: Would have a reason to shoot the President?
One thing that is taken for granted by both conspirators and non-conspirators however is that the film JFK was not very truthful and relies too much on the Garrison story.
If you watch the JFK movie at the end of the credits they state that some years ago (i cant recall which year off-hand) the US Gov't did acknowledge that there was some evidence to support a conspiracy but not to the level that the movie would lead you to believe.
This is a subject of much debate even after all this time and i am afraid it will never be solved, some people will just never want to believe that a leader of a nation can be killed by a single man. I think Jackie said it best a while ago when she asked everyone to just move on.
Also don't forget. Many dismiss the idea of conspiracy, for the belief that it must somehow involve the government. A conspiracy, by definition, means that more than one person acted in conjunction to achieve their goal. With that, I do believe the idea of a conspiracy, as did a government commision after the Warren Commision. I think some of the government cover-up was to hide the abysmal security actions that were taken (or rather not taken.) Them hiding these facts doesn't have to mean they were involved, merely that no one wanted to loose their jobs, or face prosecution, for not following their SOP.
The funny thing is that I always thought that JFK was something like 90% dramatization and not fact. I was very very surprised when I checked sites that attacked it - the inconsistencies and errors are really minor. It's much more of a documentary than I thought.
Originally Posted by (Col. Kurtz @ Dec. 16 2003,21:56)
Here's a listing of errors in the movie
If you look at the errors, most are minor details or really a question of interpretation.
Personally, I believe that there was a conspiracy behind the assasination of Kennedy and that it was a coup d'état. Why? There is so much pointing in that direction - the disputes over various evidence are fairly irrelevant in the big picture. You have Oswald defecting to the Soviet union and returning without facing any charges. You have Oswald a mediocre shooter at best using an antiquated rifle hitting a moving target at such a distance. You have Jack Ruby killing Oswald. You have LBJ reversing JFK's vietnam policies the day after JFK was killed. You have the Warren Report obfuscating and censoring testimonies. etc etc
There is so much crap going on, that even if 90% of it would be false, it would still be more than enough to suspect foul play.