In a press release for his new JFK book author Mark Huffman tells us he is not offering a conspiracy theory. Thanks, Mark! That’s a good move.
Instead of speculating, Huffman offers four and half factually solid points about the JFK’s assassination, and one debatable assertion. My only disagreementconcerns “the magic bullet,” i.e., nearly pristine bullet said to have caused seven non-fatal wounds in the president and Texas governor, John Connally. Huffman says the bullet “doesn’t exist.” Read more