Washington - Just days after the 47 anniversary of JFK's assassination, a key piece of history was leaked to the media, and that fact is that Gerald Ford lost the key document that proved Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone. The document was lost when Ford fell down the stairs of private airplane he was exiting from in Washington D.C., just days after the Warren Commission started its investigation.
Ford was too embarrassed to let anyone know that the key document floated away in a cold Washington breeze. He did claim he tried to retrieve the document, but failed because his knee was too badly twisted from the fall.
It has long been believed, by a lot of people familiar with the laws of physics, that Oswald didn't act alone. But couldn't be proven because the Warren Commission believed that a bullet stopped mid air and went through two bodies and came out with out a scratch was fired from Oswald's gun.
The Ford family did apologize for their father's blunder, and wished that Oswalds didn't have any hard feelings towards their father.