WASHINGTON – US Secretary of State John Kerry believes Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone when he shot and killed president John F. Kennedy in Dallas 50 years ago.Speaking to NBC’s Tom Brokaw, Kerry said he had “serious doubts” the Warren Commission, tasked with investigating the assassination of America’s 35th president, was adequate.“I certainly have doubts that he was motivated by himself,” Kerry said, in a special aired ahead of the November 22 anniversary of the historic event.“I’m not sure if anybody else is involved – I won’t go down that road with respect to the Grassy Knoll theory and all that – but I have serious questions about whether they got to the bottom of Lee Harvey Oswald’s time and influence from Cuba and Russia,” he said.
- John Kerry has doubts Oswald acted alone in the JFK assassination (trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com)
- Kerry won’t talk about Kennedy conspiracy (politico.com)
- Lee Harvey Oswald: Questions Linger 50 Years After JFK Assassination (huffingtonpost.com)
- Fifty years later, a retired FBI agent recalls the killing of JFK (kansascity.com)
- Secretary Kerry’s bombshell on the JFK assassination (ac360.blogs.cnn.com)