New BOMBSHELL information OBLITERATES “Magic Bullet” JFK Assassination Theory.
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Six decades after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the truth continues to be hidden from the public. But, as those closest to that historic tragedy move closer to their deathbeds, they are speaking out, dropping facts that shine more light on what really happened on that historic and tragic day.
The latest major information comes from Paul Landis, an 88-year-old former U.S. Secret Service Agent who was present during JFK’s assassination. Landis was one of two agents tasked with guarding first lady Jacqueline Kennedy that day. The claims by Landis bolster the conclusions I reached in my own New York Times Best Seller, The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ, published in 2013.
The Warren Commission, appointed by President Lyndon Baines Johnson to investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, was essentially tasked with rubber-stamping the conclusions of an FBI investigation concluded at the direction of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover just seven days after Kennedy’s actual assassination in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.
The Warren Commission concluded that President John F. Kennedy was murdered by Lee Harvey Oswald, a lone gunman who they claim fired three shots from the sixth-floor window of the Texas School Book Depository building, all allegedly hitting Kennedy from behind. When the existence of a fourth bullet which hit a curb near where Dallas car salesman James Tague was standing to get a glimpse of the presidential motorcade, the Warren Commission’s Chief Investigator Arlen Specter was forced to assert that one of the three bullets fired by Oswald had traveled through Kennedy’s throat from behind and gone on to strike Texas Governor John Connally who was gravely, but not fatally, wounded on that horrific day.
In a stunning interview with The New York Times, Landis drops a bombshell about what he saw that day, alleging that he found a ‘near pristine’ bullet in Kennedy’s limousine after the assassination occurred. The details he recalls, while seemingly minor, further discredits the key conclusion made in the already discredited Warren Commission. If what he states is true, the ‘magic bullet’ theory is proven to be impossible.
Landis’ book lays out what he witnessed on that day, a story he has not told in detail due to PTSD he has suffered from since that fateful day which he had not recalled due to PTSD suffered on that day over 50 years ago.
On that day, Landis was approximately 15 feet away from Kennedy when he was shot and killed. Following the assassination, Landis was also one of the few to accompany the first lady to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he and fellow Secret Service Agent Clint Hill had to convince Jackie Kennedy to release her husband, whose body she was cradling in her lap.
After convincing her to release the president, and placing his body on a stretcher, Landis claims he saw and did something he has kept secret until now. According to Landis, he spotted a bullet on the back seat of the presidential limousine, which he picked up, put in his pocket, and brought into the hospital. Once in Trauma Room No. 1, where besides the first lady, he was the only non-medical person in the room; Landis alleges he placed that bullet on a white cotton blanket on President Kennedy’s stretcher.
The placement of that bullet is extremely important, and obliterates the ‘magic bullet’ theory, which is one of the main conclusions listed in the Warren Commission.