Have you read New York Times. reporter Peter Baker's interview with an eyewitness to the JFK murder? What do you reckon? As I posted on NY Times website on September 10, 2023:
My family loved the Kennedys. I was six years old when JFK was murdered. On Halloween, 1963, I had worn a JFK mask and costume. After JFK was murdered 22 days later, I heard cheering coming from the third and fourth grade classrooms at my elementary school in South Jersey.
After reading the Warren Commission report and critiques, my dad, Edward A. Slavin, Sr., a WWII paratrooper in the 82nd ABN DIVN., attended the 82nd ABN DIVN annual convention. Dad asked their eight top master sergeants, "could you make that shot?" Every single one of those 82nd ABN DIVN master sergeants was an expert marksman. Every single one said NO.
Dad and I both read the same JFK books, and we both came to the same conclusion as those eight top master sergeants: there was more than one shooter. (The South Jersey Chapter of the 82nd ABN DIVN ASSN. is now named for my dad, "the CPL Edward A. Slavin Chapter.") In 1974, the day before my first undergraduate class at Georgetown U., I went to work as an intern for Sen. Ted Kennedy, inspired by his two brothers' legacy. As EMK said to Democratic National Convention in 1980, "The work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die.” All documents relating to JFK's murder must be declassified. Now. Governments hide wrongdoing. That's the way it was in Oak Ridge, TN, where our weekly newspaper got the largest mercury pollution in world history declassified (Union Carbide Y-12 nuclear weapons plant -- 4.2 million pounds).
From The New York Times:
.F.K. Assassination Witness Breaks His Silence and Raises New Questions
The account of Paul Landis, one of the Secret Service agents just feet away from John F. Kennedy when he was struck down, could change the understanding of what happened in Dallas in 1963.