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'I Killed JFK': Who really dunnit?

I thought it was the Frenchman from Marseilles? Newp. How about LBJ? Not the trigger guy. LHO? Just a big old patsy.

This "documentary" was assembled consisting of interview outtakes of a convicted killer named James Files. In '93 he started talking (while in prison) while seeking immunity from the state of Texas to let everyone know his shot from the grassy knoll is the one that put JFK away. Files was associated with the Chicago Mob and the CIA and drew backup shooter duty on that fateful day. He claims JFK was hit two times and his shot hit the right side of his head just inside the hairline dislodging the skull piece. Files is still in prison serving 50 years for another crime.

Files confessed that LHO never fired a shot and was there as a patsy. LHO's lover said Lee thought he was there as part of a CIA Abort Team to stop the assassination because there had been a change of plans. That is the way they kept him in place in the depository.

The first part of the film is an actual mini-doc with Files on camera telling of his actions that fateful day. Then, there was a panel of five "experts" on the assassination who discussed the various nuances of what they thought had happened. LBJ's name was mentioned as if it was a foregone conclusion.

Was this for real? Well, most of the panelists thought so otherwise, they wouldn't have been panelists, si?

One night only and I took the bullet so you wouldn't have to.

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Topic - 'I Killed JFK': Who really dunnit? - Billy Wonka 19:57:57 05/31/17 (22)


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