Last week I mentioned that a majority of Americans thinks it likely that a conspiracy killed John F. Kennedy. One member of that majority turns out to be Secretary of State John Kerry. Politico reports:
Pressed in an interview aired Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" to explain his beliefs that JFK's death was part of a bigger plot, Kerry said: "I just have a point of view. And I'm not going to get into that. It's not something that I think needs to be commented on, and certainly not at this time."
"I'm not going to go into it. It's just inappropriate, and I'm not going to do more than say that it's a point of view that I have. But it's not right, or worthy, or appropriate for me to comment further," Kerry told host David Gregory.
Kerry said in a recent interview with NBC, as the 50th anniversary of the assassination approaches, he doubts the official story.
"To this day, I have serious doubts that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone," Kerry said about the suspect arrested in the 1963 assassination.
Hat tip: Bryan Alexander. As for me, I think the most persuasive account of Kennedy's death and life is this one:
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