Kennedy Assasin Found

Funny story written by metadragon

Sunday, 12 November 2006

Pictures were discovered today from photos found in an old camera purchased at a yard sale. The photos revealed shooters on the grassy knoll in Dallas.

The images are perfectly clear, there are two men on the knoll, one in a police uniform and the other in a street clothes. In addition to these photos, there were four more found and it show shooters on the top of the Dallas book depository, none of whom were Oswald as was claimed.

A further photo showed a shooter on top of the Jail as well.

With these new pieces of evidence, congress will reopen the hearings on the Kennedy plot. Reporters contacted the former mayor of Dallas prior to his death and he claimed he knew the shooters. Mayor Cabel also stated that his brother will be on the warren commission and all the facts will come out. interesting connection, mayor of Dallas, and brother on Commission.

One shooter was identified as Frank Sturgis, a former CIA operative. It is also believed that a few Dallas police officers were involved in the Conspiracy. When officer Tibbet was shot, they found Shells that matched Oswalds gun. This is an interesting point considering Oswald had a Revolver and they do not eject shells; Tibbet was shot with an automatic.

Two more notes were found involving Sam Giancano and Carlos Mastroni. The first read: "We will get the people needed and send them to Chicago." The second node said "Kennedy has cancelled the trip to Chicago and is going to Dallas, the plans are on for Dallas."

Giancano's statement in the note read, "cut off the head and the tail will stop wagging". Which we assume implies Bobby Kennedy.

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