The Best JFK Assassination Videos for the 50th Anniversary of his Death

John F. KennedyThe biggest question in the minds of Americans fifty years later, I believe—and ahead of “who shot JR?”—is who murdered President John Fitzgerald Kennedy? Hint: It wasn’t Lee Harvey Oswald. He was a patsy.

While some may think they know why this assassination took place, most don’t. Kennedy himself was expecting it that very day.

Here are some of the best videos on the Internet on this subject because JFK should be remembered as one of, if not the ONLY, non-corrupted U.S. President there was, and probably the most courageous; murdered for bucking the rogue faction of the US government and attempting to tell the truth to the American people—truths that to this day still have not been admitted by the government. 

What a different world we would be living in today had he been allowed to live.  ~ BP


The John F. Kennedy assassination videos below are among the very best and most revealing available on the Internet. On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of this great man, you owe it to yourself to explore the deeper truths behind this tragic event. These videos and documentaries come from reliable sources, yet raise serious questions about who really killed John F. Kennedy. Thanks for caring.

JFK Assassination Video #1 : History Channel (5-minute clip)

JFK Assassination Video #2 : History Channel’s Banned Segment(45 minutes)

JFK Assassination Video #3 : NBC Affiliate’s JFK: An Unsolved Murder (48 min)

JFK Assassination Video #4 : Secret Service Standdown (3-minute clip)

JFK Assassination Video #5 : A Study in Deception: Zapruder Film(two video clips)

JFK Assassination Video #6 : The Men Who Killed Kennedy (all 9 episodes)






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