Seven Days in November 1963: The Kennedy Assassination By Edward J. Gibbons
Only a single bullet could have killed JFK?
They only conspiracy Theory that I belive is possible, can be found in a movie that I have seen several times. "Executive Action". You can find it on www.amazon.com
It's June 1963 at a gathering of shadowy industrial, political and former US intelligence figures who are giving vent to their growing dissatisfaction with the Kennedy administration. The scene takes place in the plush surroundings of the lead conspirator, Robert Foster (Ryan), presumably a Texas oil baron. He and the others are trying to convince Ferguson (Will Geer), a white-suited and mustachioed figure — a powerful oil magnate — to back their plans for an assassination of Kennedy. He remains unconvinced saying 'I don't like such schemes. They're only tolerable when necessary, and only permissible when they work.' James Farrington (Burt Lancaster), a black ops specialist, is also among the group. The film then cuts to somewhere in the desert where a shooting team is doing target practice at a moving object. One of the shooters says that they can only guarantee the operation's success by slowing down the target to 15 mph.
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