The Assassination of President Kennedy - Two Points of View
One of the greatest tragedies in our nation’s history, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, has also been one of the greatest mysteries of the past forty-seven years. There have been two deeply contested beliefs regarding how the assassination was completed. One is that this was the action of a single gunman and the other that their were two or more gunmen. Another key debate has been who was behind the assassination. This debate carries a wide spectrum of possibilities; was this done by one single demented man, a domestic organized crime ring, an opposing foreign government, or could it have even been carried out by high powered domestic politicians. The years since the assassination have seen countless investigative reporters, everyday citizens, government agencies and special commissions, and members of the scientific community study those precious moments in Dallas, Texas when our President was killed at such an early age. Yet, little has been discovered to pinpoint exactly who was responsible and how the assassination was carried out, until now.
Doctor G. Paul Chambers is a scientific and ballistic expert that contracts with the NASA Goddard Optics Branch and with Bellatrix, Inc., he is also a former research physicist for the Energetic Material and Detonation Science Department of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Maryland and with the Condensed Matter and Radiation Sciences Division of the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, DC. Dr. Chambers has used his extensive scientific and ballistic background to confirm the presence of a second gunman in the “grassy knoll”; thus proving this to be a murder conspiracy. He has made these conclusions after extensive study of the Warren Commission, the Zapruder film and acoustic evidence compiled by the House Select Committee on Assassination in 1978, the accounts of eyewitnesses, the medical evidence, and the physical...
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