PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY NATIONAL HALL OF HONOR

A non-political historical Memorial site to honor the late President John Fitzgerald Kennedy a very powerful and true leader, who gave his life to keep the United States and the Free World free and safe from a WWIII with the (U.S.S.R.) Soviet Russia...

IN HONOR TO PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY

                                          

                                      

                 

                                   

     

                                   

THE DALLAS, TEXAS POLICE DEPARTMENT RECORDS OF NOVEMBER 22, 1963 THE PRESIDENT KENNEDY ASSASSINATION.  (HISTORY AS IT REALLY UNFOLDS)

 

  A Dallas, Texas police radio reports one officer dead, one white male at large, and another suspect one black male seen running and is about to be apprehended.  (Listen to the report) So what happened with the second suspect and why was he just let go without apprehension and questioning?

President Kennedy pronounced dead, John Connally wounded, one Dallas Police officer dead, and one U.S, Secret Service Agent dead.

 

Sniper spotted near road sign, two others up on the "Grassy Knoll" area most likely the real ambush site.

These last two films are exactly the location where "The Lady At The Grassy Knoll" first pointed out that she saw she was on a PBS Special about fifteen years ago.  She also caught on film of the Secret Service Agent who jumped off the back of the motor cade car and the Dallas Motorcycle cop who both saw an objsct on the pavement at the sametime.  The object they saw was a spent brass shell casing that had been ejected from a "sniper's rifle.  She said she followed the lead that lead up to both the Secret Service Agent and the Dallas Motorcycle cop were both set up in a phoney Drug raid and were killed by the C.I.A. because of evidence that could have been used was then covered up.

     It is a fact that both men were murdered within the first twenty-four hours of the assassination, she also claimed that the C.I.A. had murdered half the Dallas Police Department to keep any rumors or anything coming out of Dallas.  She also said that the Dallas Chief of Police, and the two officers that escorted Lee Harvy Oswald from the City jail to the County Jail were also set up in a phoney drug raid and killed.  Anyone who had physical or verbal contact with Lee Harvey Oswald were set up and killed by the C.I.A. to keep the Dallas Police Department quiet while the Phoney "Warren Report came out to further conceal anymore evidence.

 

 

 

Basically all that Ive done here is to try and pull  up as many of the real Dallas Police reports, and the witnessess that they intrerviewed at the time there was great confusion, with many different theorys of what could or might have happened that say I included "The Lady at The Grassy Knoll's testimony to throw out food for thought.  It was her story that first drew attention to the Grassy Knoll that still has many questions left yet today.

   From what one could tell in all of this was that President Kennedy had problems with the C.I.A. over the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missel Crises, and the real topper was his speech on "The Secret Societies," appeared to be the straw that broke the camels back. The motor cade car was very clearly left wide open as a deliberate set-up made all the conspieracy theroies come to life.  What really happened that day?  Well I'll let you decide that one I just showed both side for the reader to form their own opinion as to what really happened that day in Dallas, Texas November 22, 1963. 

      

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