This website is dedicated to an honest exploration of facts and evidence pertaining to the theory that Jacqueline Kennedy may have participated in the conspiracy to assassinate her husband, President John F. Kennedy. As such, it is an inquiry into this subject, and not an outright accusation. [Owner]
Whether you were alive on November 22, 1963 or hadn’t yet arrived, the murder of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy is an event that evokes some response in almost everyone. It was a day of violence, betrayal, mystery, and grief. Did Oswald really act alone as the Warren Commission insisted? Was there a government cover-up at the highest levels; and if so, why? Books and articles about the assassination in Dallas have generally sold well, even if they told just part of the story. I myself have been an off-again, on-again amateur researcher of sorts into that day that stole my innocence forever. I was 10 years old when it happened. I was 56 the other day when I finally stumbled onto the conclusions of a researcher (Note: I don't necessarily agree with everything on his webpage, but Reality Reviewed is packed with some great food for thought!) who was not afraid to consider the unthinkable: Jackie Kennedy pulled the trigger of the gun that instantly ended her husband, John’s, life. I know, I know, she is the last person you’d expect to have been the monster that cut down her husband in his prime! We all watched her bravely grim face during the ordeal of the lying-in-state and funeral of our beloved President. Those of us who have seen the Zapruder film of the assassination were moved to tears at the sight of Jackie crawling onto the boot of the limousine to retrieve, or so it's said, a portion of her husband’s brain.
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