There are innumerable hypotheses that have been formulated about the assassination that occurred in Dealey Plaza in Dallas on November 22, 1963, which refute the official version that a single shooter, Lee Harvey Oswald, was the one who killed the then President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, JFK, from the Texas School Book Depository building. It is undoubtedly among the cases in history that more conspiracy theories have generated and continue to generate.
After almost 60 years of the tragedy, the intoxication campaigns have been colossal since the attack to the present day; although it is true that the official version of the Warren Commission and its "conclusions" of the lone assassin and the magic bullet not only have gradually lost followers, not a few understood them from the outset as a kind of bad joke or an insult to intelligence, especially taking into account some of the members of said commission, such as the former CIA director, Allen Dulles, who was precisely forced to resign from said position under the mandate of JFK, which calls into question the spirit, impartiality and desire of the Warren Commission when investigating the assassination.
Despite being hidden from the public, the amounts of graphic and audiovisual material that have circulated for decades in the press, books, cinema and television are enormous, but the arrival of the Internet was undoubtedly what marked a before and after in the content available to the public that until then had remained out of reach. However, as with other events and with the availability of quality information in general, it is increasingly difficult to find worthwhile websites and research papers on the net, being indexed by search engines what is wanted to serve the public in an interested way.
That is why below we show a video that could be key when it comes to explaining the background of what could really happen in Dallas that fateful November 22, 1963. Going to a contrasting and manifestly hostile territory, doing it in a convertible vehicle and without any secret service agent either in the back of the vehicle or in its perimeter during the tour... make it inevitable to wonder if we are dealing with negligence on the part of the Secret Service or if, as it can be inferred from the following images, we would be facing a planned "negligence"...
There is information published in this regard assuring that Kennedy had given orders days before the visit to Dallas for the Secret Service to relax the protection measures a bit in order to give an image of greater closeness to the people, taking into account the campaign for re-election. Something that has quickly been questioned by experts who assure that the figure of the President does not have any power to give orders about the security protocols of the Secret Service, which would be confirmed with the visible reaction of astonishment and perplexity of agent Don Lawton in the previous video, who instead had traveled in the back of the presidential vehicle months before in Chicago and even in Tampa (Florida) a few days before the visit to the Texan city. Furthermore, in the unlikely event that there were orders from the President that the agents only escort him from the vehicles behind, how is it possible that those instructions were received just as the motorcade was already underway? The Lincoln Continental had two steps, one on each side, on the rear bumper, as well as separate handles on the trunk lid for Secret Service agents. It is certain that, if these positions had been occupied when the first shot was fired, the logical reaction of the agents would have been to cover and protect the occupants, with the President being the priority objective.
What we have just discussed is only a small piece of this puzzle. If finding out who planned his death and who actually carried it out has been the warhorse for decades, no less important is knowing why they did it.
«That's the real question, isn't it? Why? The how and the who is just scenery for the public. Oswald, Ruby, Cuba, the Mafia... keeps 'em guessing like some kind of parlor game, prevents 'em from asking the most important question: Why? Why was Kennedy killed? Who benefited? Who has the power to cover it up? Who?»
From the movie Executive Action (1973).
From the movie Executive Action (1973).