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Who killed the Kennedys?
 

John F. Kennedy was shot at 12:30 p.m. and taken to Parkland Hospital in Dallas where he was pronounced dead at 1:00 p.m., November 22nd 1963.

The fact that J. Edgar Hoover had hand-picked Lee Harvey Oswald to take the fall is clear and obvious because within 15 minutes of having been shot, the fate of Lee Harvey Oswald was essentially sealed by Hoover and the following police dispatch illustrates the point:

12:45 Dispatcher Attention Elm and Houston is reported to be an unknown white male, all squads. Attention all squads. The suspect in the shooting at approximately thirty, slender build, height five feet ten inches, weight one hundred sixty-five pounds, reported to be armed with what is thought to be a 30 caliber rifle. Attention all squads. The suspect from Elm and Houston is reported to be an unknown white male about thirty, slender build, five feet ten inches tall, one hundred sixty- five pounds, armed with what is thought to be a 30-30 rifle. No further description at this time, or information. 12:45. Dispatcher Attention all squads, the suspect in the shooting at Elm and Houston is supposed to be an unknown white male, approximately 30, 165 pounds, slender build, armed with what is thought to be a 30-30 rifle, - repeat, unknown white male, approximately 30, 165 pounds, slender build. No further description at this time or information, 12:45 p.m. End quote

In a letter to the Warren Commission, J. Edgar Hoover claimed that the original broadcast by the Dallas Police of the description of the assassin of President Kennedy was: "initiated on the basis of a description furnished by an unidentified citizen who had observed an individual approximating OSWALD'S description running from the Texas School Book Depository immediately after the assassination. Although the citizen was requested by Dallas authorities to proceed to the Sheriff's office for further questioning he apparently never appeared, as the Dallas Sheriff's Office can locate no record of this citizen. Information regarding the unidentified citizen whose information initiated the Dallas Police Department broadcast on November 22, 1963, was obtained from Inspector J.H. Sawyer, Dallas Police Department by our Dallas Office on January 9, 1964."

The Warren Commission Report contradicts Hoover and attributed the source of the police dispatch to a witness named Howard Brennan, who is allegedly the source of the Dallas Police Radio Dispatcher's description of Oswald. The suggestion that Brennan could provide such a description from his vantage point however is totally ludicrous and Hoover at least tried to appear to be credible by planting the suggestion that Oswald was running when he was identified.

Needless to say, it is now clear and obvious that J. Edgar Hoover himself was the ultimate source of the 12:45 Dispatch.

The above facts support the popular theory that a corrupt police officer was supposed to shoot Oswald on the run, but that plot was foiled and Officer Tippit died in the crossfire. A desperate Jack Ruby, who was probably the project manager of the plot to kill Oswald on the run, consequently finished the job he had failed to effectively organize. Prior to his death, Watergate burglar Frank Sturgis had indicated that Gordon Liddy had shot Officer Tippit, and if that was a reflection of the failure to recruit him to go along with the original plot to silence Oswald, unexplained events fit like a glove.

Regardless, the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald was deliberately framed to take the blame for the assassination of President John F. Kennedy is undeniable.

 
 
 
 
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