John Kerry is Skeptical About Kennedy Assassination
It’s not uncommon to believe that there were multiple gunmen participating in the assassination of John F Kennedy on November 22nd, 1963; studies show that between 60% and 75% of Americans believe there was more than one shooter. As we approach the anniversary, many journalists are asking the same old questions to a new batch of people. One of those journalists is Tom Brokaw and one of his interviewees is Secretary of State John Kerry.
In the exchange, Kerry is pretty clear about his skepticism.
“To this day, I have serious doubts that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone,” Kerry told Brokaw. “I certainly have doubts that he was motivated by himself, I mean I’m not sure if anybody else was involved — I don’t go down that road with respect to the Grassy Knoll theory and all that — but I have serious questions about whether they got to the bottom of Lee Harvey Oswald’s time and influence from Cuba and Russia.”
Later in the interview, he backtracks a little.
We will likely never know the truth. Too much time has passed. Too many investigations have proven to be fruitless. One thing is certain – there will always be a debate about what exactly happened that day in Dallas and why the President was killed.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview: