From 'theory' to 'probability'
By a customer
, 07 Dec 2012
I've never believed the 'official' story about the JFK assassination, but conspiracy theories and counter arguments have always been a bit flimsy and open to ridicule. Not this one. I can't believe that I'd never heard of it before, and that none of the solidly researched evidence presented in this documentary is common knowledge. Forget the grassy knoll and other 'theories' designed to make you look stupid and throw you off the scent, this analyses blatantly manipulated photographs, the possibility of two 'Lee Harvey Oswald's' working for the CIA, and his contact with prominent members of the FBI,CIA and mafia in the build up to the assassination. Like most things in American history the truth is obscured from the public. People shouldn't feel embarrassed to research into this topic, as this documentary moves from theory to probability. It's a bit cheesy in it's delivery (it was made in 1991 after all), but don't let that get in the way. Can't wait to watch the next one!
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