Oswald didn't shoot JFK

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Do you think Oswald shot JFK?


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kay brown

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Okay I'm starting the book and it's infinitely more elaborate than the series which hyped the concept that Oswald shot JFK. I am assuming Mr King believes that as well or other wise why would he so expertly try to convince us?
What i am also wondering about is why so far as I can tell by the subject lines on the posts on 11/22/63 is no one seems to doubt that.
Hmmm ..well if that is the prevailing belief on here...you're all wrong!
It is known who took the fatal head shot from the grassy knoll ...it is known who shot JFK in the back from the Dal Tex building across the street from the school book depository building where Oswald did not fire on JFK..it is not known who shot JFK in the throat from the triple underpass on the left front of Dealey Plaza.
Am I the only member of this forum who is calling Mr King out on this?..it's become an easy way to discredit an official story on national issues by simply calling them conspiracy theories which Mr King has made use of to bolster his plot that Oswald shot JFK.
I love the style in which Mr King writes. I have ready many of his books. He pulls much from his imagination including this book 11/22/63.
What is tragic though ..the lie that was up until 9 11 was the biggest lie in history perpetuated on the American Public ..a flimsy horrid lie that shrinks and evaporates under real investigation and scrutiny..it is tragic that someone with as much power as Stephen King has made use of that power to further fuel injustice and deception on the many readers who will just look at 11/22/63 as further reason to believe that terrible bullsh*t that Oswald killed JFK.
 
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Out of Order

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Feb 9, 2011
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Okay I'm starting the book and it's infinitely more elaborate than the series which hyped the concept that Oswald shot JFK. I am assuming Mr King believes that as well or other wise why would he so expertly try to convince us?
What i am also wondering about is why so far as I can tell by the subject lines on the posts on 11/22/63 is no one seems to doubt that.
Hmmm ..well if that is the prevailing belief on here...you're all wrong!
It is known who took the fatal head shot from the grassy knoll ...it is known who shot JFK in the back from the Dal Tex building across the street from the school book depository building where Oswald did not fire on JFK..it is not known who shot JFK in the throat from the triple underpass on the left front of Dealey Plaza.
Am I the only member of this forum who is calling Mr King out on this?..it's become an easy way to discredit an official story on national issues by simply calling them conspiracy theories which Mr King has made use of to bolster his plot that Oswald shot JFK.
I love the style in which Mr King writes. I have ready many of his books. He pulls much from his imagination including this book 11/22/63.
What is tragic though ..the lie that was up until 9 11 was the biggest lie in history perpetuated on the American Public ..a flimsy horrid lie that shrinks and evaporates under real investigation and scrutiny..it is tragic that someone with as much power as Stephen King has made use of that power to further fuel injustice and deception on the many readers who will just look at 11/22/63 as further reason to believe that terrible bullsh*t that Oswald killed JFK.
You left out the part in your post where you tell us all who DID shoot JFK.
 

shaitan

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As an avid reader of history books, I do believe, that Oswald acted alone when he shot JFK, Booth indeed died in that barn and US really did land on the moon. I think, that Mr. King did his homework and his description of Oswald is more or less accurate. I remember our high school teacher telling us about Oswald ( they lived in the same building during Oswald's USSR stint ). She said, Oswald kept to himself mostly and never smiled.
 
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