What you need to know about the Warren Commission is …

via Arnaldo

“… since the very first staff meeting, Earl Warren set the standard:

“this was an occasion on which actual conditions had to override general principles.” The emphasis on “the Commission had to determine the truth, whatever that might be,” was simply for covering up. The WC was biased against Oswald and left out the evidence against the hypothesis of a lone gunman that shot a magic bullet. Moreover, it misrepresented its own evidence and broke the evidentiary trail. Thus, a victim killed by bullets appears in the WC Report without any track of their trajectory through the body, as if it had been not the sitting U.S. President, but of a dog killed in the street, as Castro said really early.”

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