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Why would you confess to killing Kenedy?
http://www.examiner.com/article/e-howard......sination
E. Howard Hunt ... a real bad guy said he did it.
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I always wondered if Jack Ruby did it, then he killed Oswald to cloud the issue. (it is a joke people)

But then I saw in a movie that the real shooter was the Comedian.

The only thing I can tell you for sure is that I didn't do it.
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On Sep 14, 2014, Slim King wrote:
Why would you confess to killing Kenedy?
http://www.examiner.com/article/e-howard......sination
E. Howard Hunt ... a real bad guy said he did it.


How did E. Howard Hunt die? If this was real, could he have been "jerking chains," he was good at that.

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But where's the proof of any of this? Maybe Hunt names names in his book and maybe he doesn't. But he doesn't really have to because he's just rehashing the same theories we've been tossing around for decades.
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Ed ... Just because a theory has been "Hashed around" doesn't mean it's not what really happened. Have you been close to death. I have. And at that moment, as funny as I am, the last thing I wanted to do before I met my maker was to lie to everyone. That's why there are deathbed confessions. People have secrets they want to get off of their chest before they die .... and finally "Do the right thing".... Smile
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Over the years I've found this story very interesting and a huge possibility.....
http://stevenhager420.wordpress.com/2013......ination/
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Ed ... Just because a theory has been "Hashed around" doesn't mean it's not what really happened. Have you been close to death. I have. And at that moment, as funny as I am, the last thing I wanted to do before I met my maker was to lie to everyone. That's why there are deathbed confessions. People have secrets they want to get off of their chest before they die .... and finally "Do the right thing".... Smile


Maybe, and maybe you'd like to get just one more niche in immortality by claiming something that will put you in the history books.
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I think he was trying to make up for all the evil things he'd done .. Meeting your maker is a powerful incentive.
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In addition to "F)Oswald had nothing to do with it", we should add "G)We'll never know". Whatever the case, He was 'shut up' pretty fast by Ruby. Lynn
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Ed ... Just because a theory has been "Hashed around" doesn't mean it's not what really happened. Have you been close to death. I have. And at that moment, as funny as I am, the last thing I wanted to do before I met my maker was to lie to everyone. That's why there are deathbed confessions. People have secrets they want to get off of their chest before they die .... and finally "Do the right thing".... Smile



False death bed statements are not that uncommon. Remember the guy who falsely confessed to being the real DB Cooper just before he died in a hospital a few years ago?

And Howard hunt lied for his whole life. Why would he suddenly change.
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This man was a killer his entire life ..He confessed...
http://www.8newsnow.com/story/5682630/th......nfession
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...which has nothing to do with the subject at hand.

There was a strange sci-fi show called "Red Dwarf" concerning the last human in the galaxy and his companions trying to reach Earth millions of years in the future.

In one episode, they traveled back in time and accidently (sp) stopped Oswald from killing Kennedy. They then run into Kennedy in a jail cell where they discover his entire life has gone downhill since Dallas. He wishes he actually HAD died on that day.

The characters come up with the idea to take him back in time to Dallas and let HIM fire the killing shot from the grassy knoll; "You mean, assassinate MYSELF?"

He does this and fades away.

This theory is just about as valid as most of the theories I've seen.
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Guess you need to look a bit deeper ...Think a bit deeper. Bob said people want to lie on their death bed. I say it's just the opposite. When confronted with death .. people confess. Smile
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Please read what I wrote, Slim, before you proceed to misquote me. I said that it is not uncommon for people to lie on their deathbeds. And I provided a notable example. I DID NOT state that people, in general, "want to lie on their death beds."

But if you're talking about E. Howard Hunt, he didn't make a confession at all. He made an accusation.
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Are you saying he didn't confess to being part of a conspiracy? Smile
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Guess you need to look a bit deeper ...Think a bit deeper. Bob said people want to lie on their death bed. I say it's just the opposite. When confronted with death .. people confess. Smile


The funny thing about "people," as this group and in fact this very thread shows, is that rarely do the ALL do one thing.
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Oswald said he was a patsy. He was arrested for shooting a police officer. He was never charged with killing Kennedy was he? Smile
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You need to stop listening to Oliver Stone.
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A patsy? I guess it's just a coincidence that Oswald, on April 13, 1963, used the SAME rifle used to shoot President Kennedy in an unsuccessful assassination attempt on General Edwin Walker.

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Marina Oswald testified that her husband told her that he traveled by bus to General Walker's house and shot at Walker with his rifle.[94][95] She said that Oswald considered Walker to be the leader of a "fascist organization."[96] A note Oswald left for Marina on the night of the attempt, telling her what to do if he did not return, was not found until ten days after the Kennedy assassination.

Before the Kennedy assassination, Dallas police had no suspects in the Walker shooting,[101] but Oswald's involvement was suspected within hours of his arrest following the assassination.[102] The Walker bullet was too damaged to run conclusive ballistics studies on it,[103] but neutron activation analysis later showed that it was "extremely likely" that it was made by the same manufacturer and for the same rifle make as the two bullets which later struck Kennedy.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Harvey_......_attempt
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Sure most guys who are a patsy act like THAT.
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