Yesterday was Thanksgiving. But it also was November 22 and the forty-fourth anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. Here’s a piece on the subject, summarizing some of the reasons it’s become clearer and clearer over the years that—despite the fact that the event has spawned countless conspiracy theories—the ever-mounting forensic evidence is that Oswald alone shot Kennedy.
That doesn’t stop conspiracists, who ignore the evidence they wish to in order to emphasize discrepancies that don’t exist. OF course, even if one is convinced Oswald shot alone, there’s no way to prove that Oswald planned alone. The book Case Closed, which I read when it first appeared, presented an exhaustively detailed and convincing argument for the fact that there was no conspiracy whatsoever involved in Kennedy’s death. If you haven’t read it, you may want to give it a try.
[See this for my reminiscence about Kennedy's assassination.]