I don’t know what the message is here:
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Do you, Gentle Reader, not believe in the theory of evolution?
Well, that’s your right.
Do you, Gentle Reader, not believe in the Single Bullet Theory?
Well, that too, is your right.
I don’t know where people get the idea that we’re entitled to a perfect F.B.I., but some seem to have that notion.
So, because the F.B.I. didn’t do everything perfectly in the investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, then that means there had to be a massive conspiracy?
Does that make sense?
Oh look, Wikipedia, for one, got it right:
“Location: Dallas, Texas
Date: November 22, 1963
Time: 12:30 p.m. (Central Time)
Target: John F. Kennedy
Attack type: Sniper rifle
Death(s): 1 killed (President Kennedy)
Injured: 2 wounded (Governor Connally and James Tague)
Perpetrator(s): Lee Harvey Oswald”
Oswald, the former Marine Corps marksman, was a gun nut who liked shooting military and paramilitary authority figures – it was his thing. For example, before he shot and killed Commander-in-Chief JFK, he shot retired U.S. Army General Edwin Walker (with the rifle Oswald bought mail-order, the very same one he used to kill JFK). And then, after he shot and killed JFK, he shot and killed Dallas Police Department Officer J.D. Tippet and then he attempted to shoot Dallas Police Department Officer N.M. McDonald.
He was a shooty person back in ’63 – what can you do?
Is it so impossible to believe that there are random assassins out there, people who act on their own, people like Sirhan Sirhan and James Earl Ray and Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme and Sara Jane Moore and John Hinckley Jr. and Mark David Chapman and Jared Loughner?
See you next year.
P.S. It was a regular bullet what killed JFK, not a “magic bullet.”