JFK Assassination Witness Contradicts Warren Commission’s ‘Magic Bullet’ Theory

  • A Secret Service agent who was just feet away when John F. Kennedy was shot has spoken out and raised new questions about the circumstances behind the 35th president’s assassination.
  • The New York Times’ Peter Baker reported on the newly-emerged account of Paul Landis, who stood six decades ago on the running board of the motorcade car when Kennedy was fatally shot in Dallas.
  • Landis is offering his recollections in his upcoming memoir, The Final Witness, and he is expected to contradict the Warren Commission’s official findings, the “magic bullet” theory, and even the two statements Landis previously filed to the authorities right after the shooting.
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