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JFK Evidence Tells a Different Story 58 Years Later
Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone when he shot and killed President John F. Kennedy in November of 1963? According to the official US government records, he did, but many people think there was a second if not a third or fourth shooter. Some also think that Oswald was acting as an agent of the mob or possibly the CIA.
These are a few questions the hosts of “After Dark” asks journalist Heather Robinson who recently interviewed Dr. Cyril Wecht for a story published in the New York Post. Wecht, a forensic pathologist, has first-hand knowledge of the assassination of the former president and the Warren Commission that was created to investigate it. Robinson joins the hosts to discuss her interview with Wecht, and she said he had initially believed the government’s take on the assassination, but after examining the evidence for himself he changed his mind in 1978.
Robinson said the former coroner shares his theories about the Kennedy assassination in a book he authored “The JFK Assassination Dissected.” Of all the things written in the book and discussed with Wecht the discussion of Kennedy’s autopsy, Robinson found to be interesting. Why? Well because, according to Wecht, Kennedy’s brain was missing from his body, and to date, it has never been autopsied or a reason for it being missing provided.
Heather Robinson is a New York-based freelance journalist who regularly contributes to The New York Post, Jewish News Syndicate, the U.S. Spectator, and other publications. She has appeared as a pundit on “CNN with Anderson Cooper” and Fox News’s “Geraldo At Large,” discussing human rights, popular culture, and the Mideast. She has also worked as a college writing instructor at New York University and Touro College in Brooklyn.
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