Are we missing the BIG picture by focusing on “how they did it’?
25+ years ago JFK was boldly and callously assassinated. The Warren Commission Report, authored by Hitler’s personal historian, began the cover-up in earnest. This was aided by Gerald Ford’s intentional lie regarding the point of entry of the bullet.
[See Prez Ford Admitted Doctoring Warren Rpt.]
[More JFK murder trivia.]
Just like the “official” 9/11 Report, also written by an officially unattributed author. It too began the cover-up in earnest.
And, in years yet to be seen, the Engineered Global Economic Collapse occurring now will be dissected and explained for the masses.
But maybe the real message is the one a former “magic bullet” debunker eventually uncovered.
Philadelphia lawyer Vincent Salandria was one of the earliest and best critics of the Warren Commission. Immediately after its Report was issued, he wrote a highly detailed critique for The Legal Intelligencer analyzing how the trajectories and ballistics were all wrong.
In 1975, as Gaeton Fonzi was preparing for work as a government investigator on the staff of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, he visited Salandria, whom he found dejected about the fruits of a dozen years of research.
Fonzi quotes Salandria in his important book, The Last Investigation:
“I’m afraid we were misled. All the critics, myself included, were misled very early. I see that now.
“We spent too much time and effort microanalyzing the details of the assassination when all the time it was obvious, it was blatantly obvious that it was a conspiracy.
“Don’t you think the men who killed Kennedy had the means to do it in the most sophisticated and subtle way? They chose not to.
“Instead, they picked the shooting gallery that was Dealey Plaza and did it in the most barbarous and openly arrogant manner. The cover story was transparent and designed not to hold, to fall apart at the slightest scrutiny.
“The forces that killed Kennedy wanted the message clear:
“We are in control and no one– not the
President, nor Congress, nor any elected
official — no one can do anything about it.”