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Friday, 25 October 2013

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Spock would have sussed Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a twosome

Washington - More details have emerged about Bobby Kennedy's bizarre theft of his deceased brother's brain from an FBI autopsy slab in 1963 which recent reports have to the presence of an unmatched bullet buried deep inside the President's cerebral cortex, a potentially vital 'smoking gun' clue in the search for the legendary 'second shooter'.

A new book published this weekend reveals the real reason for the brain's theft was a $1,000,000 bounty on its capture, raised by an anonymous Texan cartel of assorted Bonesmen keen to rebuff attempts to process the presidential organ through the FBI's alien-sourced telepathy scanner.

"Bush Senior was obsessed the 'mind-meld' contraption would one day nail him and Dubya," author Professor Einstein Da Vinci Flintstone commented, "and not just for that Dallas Book Suppository shooting, no siree."

The Harvard academic has compiled a dossier of unexplained drive-by shootings, explosions, random acts of arson etc which he says the Bush double act is responsible for before branching out into all-out full-scale war.

Next month a new documentary on the subject of 'President Kennedy's Brain Is Missing' will allege the organ accidentally ended up in a dog food cannery following a mix-up at the Department of State.

Kerry Kennedy Cuomo beware.

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