So You Still Think Major Government Conspiracies Don’t Exist?

Yesterday new footage of JFK was released to the public. This footage is yet another indication that the US government was most likely involved in the assassination. This film shows, as does many others, a Secret Service agent riding on the back of JFK’s limo and it shows two motorcycle police escorts riding along side the car, just behind JFK. Other films clearly show the head of the Secret Service calling back the agent just as the car was turning into the plaza where the fatal shots were fired. One of the agents called back shrugged his arms in disbelief three times when he was told to leave JFK’s car and retreat to the next car in the convoy. The rest of us should be shrugging our arms in disbelief that this happened.

Has this action by the head of the Secret Service ever been explained to the public? Is there an explanation that would account for this action?

Ten years after the Warren Commission issued the official white wash report, Congress held a new investigation into the assassination and they determined that there was at least one other shooter and that there was indeed a conspiracy to kill JFK yet the official story remains the same. Hello! Is anyone paying attention!

Between 9/11 and the invasion of Iraq we have conspiracies with a million times more evidence than we had regarding the JFK assassination, and people continue to disbelieve that conspiracies of this magnitude can take place. They took place, they take place and they are taking place. It is up to you to make sure we recognize this clear and obvious fact!  Think about it!

One Response to “So You Still Think Major Government Conspiracies Don’t Exist?”

  1. Catherine says:

    Did you notice that MSNBC had identified the clip as the “JFK JR ASSASSINATION?”

    The American public today is rather easily fooled, mainly because they’re not paying attention to much of anything outside their own little comfort zone and the next episode of “Lost” or “Dancing with the Stars.”

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