The Second-Gunman Syndrome

Belin, David W.
April 1979
National Review;4/27/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p534
The article offers information on the findings of the U. S. House Select Committee on Assassinations on the killing of President John F. Kennedy. The report stated that there is a second gunman who fired a single shot at the President. Although it was taken at short range, it missed the President. The committee identified Lee Harvey Oswald as the one who killed the President.


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