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How JFK was really killed...

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Published on Sep 28, 2010

"New theory 47 years later (2010 - 1963)" that the JFK Limo Driver fired a shot into JFK's head with a gun in his left hand. This video shows the limousine chauffeur that takes President J.F.K. and his wife, November 22nd 1963 in Dallas, Texas, shooting the gun with his left hand.

It is claimed by St.  John Hunt, the son of E. Howard Hunt of Watergate fame and long time high level CIA operative that on his death bed his father confessed to the conspiracy to kill JFK, done so for numerous reasons of general discontent and dislike of the 
Kennedy family in DC, plus dissatisfaction with his handling of Cuba, the Bay of 
Pigs and other CIA ops around the world. 
The CIA was still ruled at that time 
by the "cowboy" culture of Will Bill Donovan of the OSS, fore runner of CIA, 
and Kennedy was seen as a weak sister by that group.
E.H. Hunt was, too, very  much a product of that culture, and was a very busy boy in South and  Central America at that time. 
LBJ was supposedly in on it, as was the then deputy director of CIA who hated JFK because he was diddling his wife. (JFK had a busy "private life" at the time.). It seems decidedly odd that, despite being probably the most closely examined video in history, taken by an amateur at the scene; no one has to date noticed the hand over the right shoulder seen clearly in this 
video, (why no network news video?). 

If the video was/is doctored, it required someone of surpassing talent as a video editor to do it, and access to significant Computer resources to generate the 
images, then insert them into a video. This does not suggest that this was not done, rather to ask who could and would do this?

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