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We’ll probably never know …

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

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“After November 22 I don’t want to hear about the JFK case again. It is a nightmare to work on, not only a labyrinth but a labyrinth with lots of turnings off the labyrinth. The best answer is that we don’t know the answer, and probably never will.”

– Anthony Summers 2013 (author: Conspiracy)

When it comes to the JFK Assassination, for many survivors, the topic is still taboo. Over 55 years after the deed.

Most don’t like to talk about it.

It’s as if everyone knows something was wrong but are afraid to acknowledge or come to terms with our recent past.

When Dick Goodwin was asked if the CIA killed JFK, he spoke as if his home office was bugged: “I never saw any evidence the CIA was involved in Kennedy’s assassination.”

Of course, that wasn’t the question.

There’s been many patsy’s to the murder of our 35th president, starting with Lee Harvey Oswald, Castro, Russia, Mafia, Texas oil men, anti-Castro Cubans, renegade CIA officers, derelict secret service agent(s), and ending with their last, final ditch effort official position: “we’ll probably never know.”

Fortunately, for history’s sake, the official government theories and conclusions have been unmasked and, although there won’t be any indictments, historically, a century from now, the assassination of #35 will be known as a conspiracy. A coup d’etat.

coup d’é·tat
/ˌko͞o dāˈtä/
  1. another term for coup (sense 1).
    synonyms: seizure of power, coup, overthrow, takeover, ousting, deposition, regime change;