Are conspiracy theorists really paranoid lunatics or just patriots after the truth?
January 7, 2012
In a series of articles I intend to examine if there is any basis to the claims by the government and main stream media that conspiracy theorists are paranoid lunatics and even low level terrorists because of their views? Having spent years looking into these so called conspiracy theories I would be the first to admit that some of them in my opinion are far-fetched, but what about those that seem more Plausible than the official explanations?
Let’s start by going back to November 22nd 1963 and the assassination of President Kennedy. While the government and main stream media have pushed the lone gunman story, a growing number are now questioning whether there was more than one shooter that day and whether Lee Oswald was set up to take the fall. In this article my aim is to prove that the official story is a lie only, not who is really guilty.
The single bullet theory was introduced by the Warren Commission in its investigation of the assassination to explain what happened to the bullet which they say struck Kennedy in the back and exited through his throat. This is a perfect example of an official explanation that is far from plausible. Critics of this explanation have labelled it the magic bullet theory and I am about to show you why.