JFK Assassination Documentation Makes Bold Claim

Posted: Jul 30 2013, 3:39am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 30 2013, 3:26pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
JFK Assassination Documentation Makes Bold Claim
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Summer slump is in full swing. Nothing better to fill it with than some new JFK Assassination theories. A new documentary says that there was a second shooter and that he was a secret service man.

The JFC Assassination still fascinates people after decades. A vast majority does not believe the official story. This is perfect breeding ground for conspiracy theories. A new documentary titled JFK: The Smoking Gun on the Reelz Channel is bringing the JFK Assassination back into headlines with a bold claim. According to the documentary a secret service man shot John F. Kennedy by accident. There would have been two shooters, which is supposed to explain the confusing bullet paths.

The new film follows Colin McLaren (photo), well-known former Australian police detective, on his 4-year investigation on the JFK shooting.

The Huffington Post has a report from the press-event with Colin McLaren and Bonar Menninger answering questions about the new JFK documentary.

JFK: The Smoking Gun will air on November 3rd.

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