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zapruder film

Posted by pnbrown z6.5 MA (My Page) on
Fri, May 24, 13 at 8:09

An interesting analysis of the possibility that the home movie footage of the JFK assassination was altered.

Here is a link that might be useful: to obscure whose involvement?

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RE: zapruder film

I knew it! LBJ did in JFK!

RE: zapruder film

There's never been any question in my mind that what was released to the public, that what the collective "WE" know about the assassination of JFK is, and always has been a cover up.

Call me a conspiracy theorist if you like... doesn't bother me... but I firmly believe that what the public is told is OFTEN not the truth. Period. I believe this extends to many scenarios and incidents.

RE: zapruder film

Intentional alteration of the Zapruder film would be a very different thing from misinformation via media. Apples are not carrots.

RE: zapruder film

No one mentioned media. I'm talking about deliberate alteration, deletion, or manufactured information that is fed to the public by any source, be it governmental agency, etc...

As an adult, I've become rather cynical, pessimistic, and have no doubt that the "world" we do not see is often more sinister than some can imagine.

I do not trust that any source is fully truthful when it has to do with... how can I put this... world events, governments, national or international incidents, and so forth.

RE: zapruder film

"but I firmly believe that what the public is told is OFTEN not the truth"

What does that refer to if not dissemination via media outlets? Do members of Congress and the Administration talk to you directly?

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