Jean Hill interviewed by Arlen Specter from the Warren Commission (24th March, 1964) Arlen Specter: Did you have any conscious impression of where the second shot came from? Jean Hill: No. Arlen Specter: Any conscious impression of where this third shot came from? Jean Hill: Not any different from any of them. I thought it was just people shooting from the knoll – I did think there was more than one person shooting. Arlen Specter: You did think there was more than one person shooting? Jean Hill: Yes, sir. Arlen Specter: What made you think that? Jean Hill: The way the ‘gun report...read more
Tape recordings were made by the CIA Mexico City station of conversations between the man who called himself Oswald and Soviet embassy personnel. Transcripts of these conversations were also made. On the 9/28 transcript is the notation that the individual spoke in “hardly recognizable Russian. The real Lee Harvey Oswald spoke Russian quite well. Unfortunately these tapes have vanished. David Phillips, who was in charge of photo surveillance at Mexico City CIA Station, stated that the tapes were “routinely destroyed” before the assassination. However, the HSCA concluded that...read more
In 1964 the Warren Commission concluded that Oswald killed JFK alone and that Jack Ruby was not part of any conspiracy when he killed Oswald on national TV.
In 1979 the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded that JFK was killed by a conspiracy. Evidence supporting multiple gunmen has been written about for decades.read more