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Lee Harvey Oswald - an impossible assassin.
on 2 September 2017
Having looked at a few books on the assassination of JFK, I was aware of some of the main theories, and the fact that Lee Harvey Oswald is widely regarded as a patsy for others who carried out the deed. One element highlighted in the book that I found quite convincing is that several very experienced and highly skilled US military snipers tried to reconstruct the alleged shooting from the book depository building, and all failed to reproduce the three shots that were fired accurately at the limousine. The book has its faults, but it seems to highlight the many enemies that JFK had, most of whom had the means and motivation to assassinate him. Many operatives of these organisations that hated JFK just happened to be in Dallas and Dealey Plaza on the fate ful day.