Another round of conspiracy

September 15, 2008

Here we go again:

The professor of statistics at Texas A&M University organized a six-member team that compared the composition of bullet fragments from the JFK shooting with other bullets from the same manufacturer.

The group found that those fragments weren’t nearly as rare as the government’s expert witness concluded in 1976, when Dr. Vincent P. Guinn determined that all five fragments came from two bullets fired by Lee Harvey Oswald. A third shot missed.

The study doesn’t say there were two or more gunmen, only that the single-gunman theory can’t be supported by science.

Naturally, that triggered “a bit of a buzz,” said Gary Mack, curator of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.

A bit of a buzz? I guess. Oliver Stone, call your office.


One Response to “Another round of conspiracy”

  1. Bob G. Says:

    I smell a SEQUEL….!

    Time to dust of those old National Enquirers for more “source” material, eh?

    The truth is…there WERE mistakes made all around during the investigation that left too many unanswered questions.
    Sadly, we may NEVER find it all out.


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