Oswald was handing out flyers in front of the building in which Shaw worked. Helms said no such thing.
If you look at dealey plaza that day you will notice that many windows were open in the buildings around the president which is a huge violation of secret service policy.
All of teh presidents secret service protection team were on the ground right behind him in one car another huge violation of secret service policy.
The route was changed the last minutes to put him in direct line for a triangulation of crossfire another violation.
His head flew back when he was struck with the fatal head shot which is impossible if u are blaming oswald who was in the building behind Jfk thesis. Plus as colonel fletcher prouty said he was supposed to be in charge of a team that was supposed to provide military Jfk thesis for the president, but was called off and was told another team would be there.
Well that team never came. This screams of a government conspiracy. No one else had the power to orchestrate this and cover it up afterwords. Kennedy came out with 3 important nsam's national security actions memorandumsnsam 55, 56, 57 which would have taken the power of post war covert paramilitary actions away from the cia and into the hands of teh joint chiefs of staff, which were directly controlled by the president who was indirectly under the control of the american people.
Kennedy saw how uncontrolled covert actions in 3rd world countries without teh presidents control could get us in big trouble abroad and wanted direct control over them.
He was stepping on some big toes. Next came nsam which sealed his fate, Nsam stated the first troops would be out of vietnam by christmas and all of our troops would be out by Right after he was killed LBJ signed nsam which gave the green light for covert actions in vietnam which promoted the gulf of tonkin incidentwhich pulled us full blast into vietnam.
Also JFK fired the head of the cia allen Dulles because the cia tried to trick the president into providing full air cover during the failed bay of pigs invasion.
Kennedy knew if he provided air cover the soviet union would have stepped in and we could have possibly had ww3 on our hands.
When jfk was killed the government formed the warren commission to investigate his death, and guess who was one of the head investigators into the president's death. Next the government opened a second investigation into teh presidents assasination called the house select comittee on assasinations inbut this time they decided to close up all findings and not allow the american people to know what they found until the year !!!
This is rediculous Is this enough info for u dude:Time Magazine, Dec. 23, , describing the thesis of "JFK" We generally expect Hollywood to take some liberties with facts.
But what if Hollywood turns history upside down? Garrison's famous comment about the assassination was: The key to the whole case is . John F. Kennedy Publishes His Senior Thesis, "Appeasement in Munich", as a Book Entitled 'Why England Slept' In , Kennedy completed his thesis, "Appeasement in Munich," about British participation in the Munich Agreement.
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Nov 30, · John Fitzgerald Kennedy wrote a pulitzer prize winning book called "Profiles in Courage". He could not have known it when he authored this book, but it is one of the great epitaphs to sum up his own attheheels.com: Resolved.
However, Kennedy's father, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., keen to elevate his son's reputation, encouraged Kennedy to convert the thesis into book form and publish it.
He then enlisted Henry Luce to write the foreword,  and his friend Arthur Krock, former bureau chief of The New York Times, to assist in redrafting the thesis, which had originally been titled Followed by: Profiles in Courage.
Why England Slept is the published version of a thesis written by John F. Kennedy while in his senior year at Harvard College. Its title is an allusion to Winston Churchill 's book While England Slept, which also examined the buildup of German power.