Author:
Ed Brown

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Rating:
5
On October 27, 2014
Last modified:October 27, 2014

Summary:

It's proposed that during Oswald's stay in the Soviet Union he was somehow replaced with a Soviet double and it was this double, not Oswald, who returned to the U.S. and killed Kennedy.

Was U.S. President John F. Kennedy assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald or was it someone else posing as Oswald? The video below was published in 1991 by New York Times Best-selling author Jim Marrs and award-winning photo analyst Jack White. Through a very impressive tour of physical evidence and inconsistencies within government records they lead the viewer to a conclusion that more than one Lee Harvey Oswald existed in 1963.

The documentary, while lower in quality than many newer videos, presents dramatic reenactments as well as a wide array of documents and photographs that lead to the ultimate question – was the man Jack Ruby killed just 2 short days following the assassination of JFK actually Lee Harvey Oswald or a look-alike agent?

It’s proposed that during Oswald’s stay in the Soviet Union he was somehow replaced with a Soviet double and it was this double, not Oswald, who returned to the U.S. and killed Kennedy.

The public became so convinced of the story that it led to exhumation of Oswald’s grave on October 4, 1981 but dental records indicated it was in fact Oswald’s body in the grave. That alone, however, didn’t stop Marrs and White from pursuing the matter which resulted in this very convincing documentary.

A 2003 Gallup poll indicated that 75% of Americans do not believe Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in assassinating President Kennedy. That same year an ABC News poll found that 70% of respondents suspected the assassination involved more than one person. A 2004 Fox News poll found that 66% of Americans thought there had been a conspiracy while 74% thought there had been a cover-up.

Finally, a Gallup Poll taken less than a year ago(at the time of this writing) in mid-November 2013, showed 61% of those polled believed in a conspiracy, and only 30% thought Oswald acted alone.