Woman who took 'grassy knoll' photo recalls moment JFK was shot
When President John F. Kennedy came to Dallas, 31-year-old housewife Mary Ann Moorman and a friend made their way downtown to see him — along with his glamorous wife. “It was an exciting time, that we could see a president, but we liked Jackie. We wanted to see Jackie, and that was the main reason to come downtown,” the witness to history, now named Mary Ann Krahmer, recalled Tuesday for T
Jean Hill -- The Lady in Red in Dealey Plaza During the Kennedy Assassination
Jean Hill was in Dealey Plaza at the moment John Kennedy was assassinated, just a few yards from his limo. Her testimony is quoted in most of the conspiracy-oriented books about the assassination. But is it reliable?
12 Fascinating Facts About Jackie Kennedy's Iconic Pink Suit
Fifty years later, the First Lady's pink suit continues to be one of the lasting emblems of JFK's assassination.
New JFK documentary alleges there WAS a second shooter in the assassination... and he was a Secret Service agent who shot the president by ACCIDENT
JFK: The Smoking Gun claims that George Hickey, a Secret Service man riding in the car behind Kennedy, accidentally fired his weapon on November 22, 1963.
Lucien Sarti: The man who fired the fatal bullet? He was a hit man working for the so-called 'French Connection' which shipped mid-east heroin to the US mob via Corsica and Cuba. Called 'a genius with a rifle' there is testimony to suggest that he might have been the sniper on the grassy knoll. He was known to wear fake official uniforms for his hits, which would tie in with Mary Moorman's shadowy image, snapped at the key moment, of a man with a rifle and a badge. www.lberger.ca