Things are about to get much more interesting in the conspiracy world.
A secret service agent who witnessed the assassination of JFK has just come forward to say that he is now questioning what he believed to have been true for decades, reported Fox News.
Former Agent Paul Landis has just turned the entire country on its ear.
Not So Sure
Since the assassination attempt, Landis has bought into the "magic bullet" theory that Congress tried to sell to the American people.
Landis says he is now starting to wonder if there was more than one shooter.
He told the New York Times, "I’m beginning to doubt myself. Now, I begin to wonder."
It has apparently taken decades for Landis to realize there were discrepancies in the Warren Report that did not match up to what he saw that day.
Landis was in a car following Kennedy's limo at the time of the assassination. He stated that he heard several gunshots.
Landis' more recent accounts do not match up with his statement at the time, so some people are skeptical if he is going for his 15 minutes or possibly was told what to say at the time.
The former agent claims that he is the one who found the bullet that somehow passed through Kennedy's brain, and then struck Governor John Connally in the back, thigh, chest, and wrist.
He said he found the bullet lodged in the limousine seat behind where Kennedy had been seated. That bullet was later "found" on the stretcher that took Conally to the hospital.
Landis stated, "It was a piece of evidence that I realized right away [was] very important.
"And I didn’t want it to disappear or get lost. So, it was, ‘Paul, you’ve got to make a decision’ – and I grabbed it."
Landis stated that he initially put the bullet on Kennedy's stretcher, but it must have been transferred to Connally's stretcher when they were being pushed into the hospital.
And here comes the kicker…
Landis has a new book coming out called, "The Final Witness: A Kennedy Secret Service Agent Breaks His Silence After 60 Years."
Cleveland lawyer James Robenalt stated, "If what he says is true, which I tend to believe, it is likely to reopen the question of a second shooter, if not even more.
"If the bullet we know as the magic or pristine bullet stopped in President Kennedy’s back, it means that the central thesis of the Warren Report, the single-bullet theory, is wrong."
Now, I am not saying that I don't believe him now because I surely do not believe that a single shot took out Kennedy and wounded Connally four times. That was either a 1:1,000,000,000,000,000 shot or the commission got it wrong, possibly purposely wrong.
I just don’t see how a bullet could pass through a brain, then still have the velocity to both ricochet almost a half-dozen times as well as still being able to penetrate a body.
The Warren Commission was something that I just never believed to be true.