Was the Assassination a Conspiracy or the Act of a Lone Gunman?
President Lyndon B. Johnson 1971
In 1971, the retired president gave an interview to Leo Sands of the Atlantic Monthly. At that time he said,
“The assassination in Dallas had been part of a conspiracy. I have never believed that Oswald acted alone.”
Life Magazine: On November 25, 1966, Life magazine editors issued the following statement:
“One conclusion is inescapable, the national interest deserves clear resolution of the doubts. A new investigating body should be set up. perhaps at the initiative of Congress. In a scrupulously objective and unhurried atmosphere, without the pressure to give assurance to a shocked country, it should reexamine the evidence and consider other evidence the Warren Commission failed to evaluate.”
In response to public pressure a congressional committee was appointed to investigate the assassination. The members of that committee spent a year investigating the assassination of President Kennedy. It issued a report on September of 1978 in which the it concluded:
“We believe, and the facts strongly suggest, that President Kennedy was assassinated as the direct result of a conspiracy…”
But, despite this conclusion no action has been taken by any government body to pursue the matter. As a result, both the flawed FBI Report and the equally flawed Warren Commission Report are still accepted as the final word on the assassination of John F. Kennedy
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