Friday, November 22, 2013

The Day Innocence Died – Who Done It

41 horsemenToday is the sad anniversary, for lack of a better word, of the assassination of President Kennedy 50 years ago in Dallas, Texas. Over the past several weeks, I have written a number of articles concerning the numerous theories, myths, and some untruths regarding what happened leading to the remembrance of this monumental tragic event that occurred November 22, 1963.
In light of the information available most reasonable thinking people could to come to the conclusion that it was the day that innocence died. This event is so mired in intellectual dishonestly that the government sealed and locked away documents for seventy-five years and here we are fifty-years later wondering why. I'll suggest that it is because the media who continues to participate in what most see as a cover-up.
The world surely would have been very different if Mr. Kennedy had lived. Of all of the many theories, evidence, and experts whose research the assassination coming to varying conclusions. Of all of the information I have seen, the conclusion put forth by Professor/Author Jerry Kroth gives a reasonable and logical theory as to what may have happened and who done it.
The video below of Professor Jerry Kroth's giving a presentation that presents the single, most plausible theory of the assassination. It is based on the admissions of grassy knoll gunman, James Files, the deathbed confession of CIA spymaster, E. Howard Hunt, and the most recent scholarship to appear in the last decade. Dr. Kroth proposes that Lyndon Johnson, the CIA, and Mafia, acting in concert, carried off one of the greatest crimes in American history.
This talk comes from his latest book, released just this September, Coup d'etat: The assassination of President John F. Kennedy. It is a concise, well-documented expose of a brazen, as he says, overthrow of the United States government on November 22, 1963.
Disclaimer: The information contained in this series is that of the presenters and does not necessarily reflect the views of the author. It is information that is in the public domain provided for the reader to form an opinion. Whereas, it is the author’s position that the most profound sin is a tragedy unremembered and the absence of truth. And that’s my thought provoking perspective…

The world changed “The Day Innocence Died” and spiraled downward from that day to this…

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