JFK’s Assassination Isn’t A Conspiracy Theory, It Was A Sophisticated Plot

Friday, October 27, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Aaron Kesel
ActivistPost.com
OCTOBER 27, 2017

Here Are The Elements MSM Misses That Proves It

Late last night, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he would be holding back on disclosure of documents pertaining to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy under the pretense of “National Security,” delaying the release of over 3oo files while releasing 2,800, Dallas News reported.

What could be the reasoning behind holding back over a total of 300 files from being released to the general public to finally tell the truth about who assassinated John F. Kennedy and, more importantly, who paid to have it done?

If you want to see the released 2,800 files and download them and look yourself you can do so by clicking here. If you want more pieces of the puzzle to who killed JFK, keep reading. This will be a wild ride.

To start, the truth was never going to come out because an entire volume on Lee-Harvey Oswald went missing weeks ago right before the CIA was mandated to release the files, as TFTP reported.

(NOTE FILES PRESENTED BELOW AREN’T THE NEW 2,800 FILES)

It’s quite clear by now that there was much more than a single gunman from analysis of the gunshots from the Dallas Police Audio Tape alone, (SYNCED TO JFK’s MURDER BELOW). But even without that audio released in 2013, experts have said that it is nearly impossible to aim a bolt action sniper rifle, shoot, and then cock it back and shoot again simultaneously one after another and still be accurate, let alone fire three or four consecutive shots and still hit your target, The Telegraph reported.

Adding in multiple shooters to the narrative completely explains the magic bullet that hit Kennedy and John Connally (driver) somehow in the hip, History.com reported. Why? Because it wasn’t a magic bullet, it was several bullets.

In fact, E. Howard Hunt, a CIA agent who was convicted of being the lead Watergate burglar and was a main component in helping the subterfuge of Guatemala and the eventual death of Che Guevara, stated in his deathbed confession that he was a part of a hit squad that killed JFK. So a man known to do the CIA’s dirty deeds at the time confesses to killing a president of the United States, yet that’s ignored and called “conspiracy theory” by the mainstream press. Oh and a fun fact: the CIA are the ones who first came up with the word “conspiracy theorist” to discredit those who didn’t believe the Warren Commission report by controlling the narrative according to an internal memo.

The CIA in the last batch of JFK files over the summer revealed that E. Howard Hunt was fingered as being responsible for JFK’s death in a 1978 “tabloid piece.”

In August, 1978, Victor Marchetti published an article about the assassination of John F. Kennedy in the Liberty Lobby newspaper, Spotlight. In the article, Marchetti argued that the House Special Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) had obtained a 1966 CIA memo that revealed E. Howard Hunt, Frank Sturgis and Gerry Patrick Hemming had been involved in the plot to kill Kennedy. Marchetti’s article also included a story that Marita Lorenz had provided information on this plot. Later that month, Joseph Trento and Jacquie Powers wrote similar stories for the Sunday News Journal.

The paper was then sued for libel by Hunt but he lost the case. Subsequently on Feb. 6, 1985, a jury in Miami concluded that the CIA was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Spotlight reported.

Hunt later came clean and claimed on his deathbed that the plot to kill JFK was codenamed “The Big Event.”

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