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It's easy to be swayed by all the misinformation that's out there. I myself had no idea the extent to which Oliver Stone LIED in his ridiculous movie. But this documentary shows in impeccable detail Oswald's personal history leading up to the assassination (including his attempted assassination of a racist leader about 6 months before Kennedy). With interviews of his own family members, it becomes clear that Oswald did this on his own for his own reasons. Another key part of the documentary is its de-mythologizing of the so-called "magic bullet." Oliver Stone and other conspiracists must lie about that in order to make their case, but in this documentary we see the truth-- the supposed impossible pathway becomes absolutely possible when you match Kennedy's and Governor Connely's positions in the car, and the fact that Connelly's seat was 3 inches lower than Kennedy's. Thank you to the creators of this film for their excellent application of reason to the evidence.
Forty years after President John F. Kennedy was fatally shot on November 22, 1963, over 70 percent of Americans still believe there was a conspiracy to kill him and that the suspected assasin, Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone.
utilizing modern technology, computer animator Dale Myers created a digital simulation of the only known film of the murder, a 16 mm home movie taken by Leon Zapruder, a bystander that filmed the fatal shots. Then Myers matched this digital film to a three dimensional computer model of Dealey Plaza which he created that reconstructs the plaza exactly as it appeared at the time of the murder. The resulting digital animation allowed Myers to recreate the exact view point from any perspective within the plaza at the moment and finally provide concrete evidence of whether or not Oswald was a long assasin or if an actual conspiracy consisted.
Also examined is new evidence discovered years later on an audio tape from an open police microphone at the scene and other theories that circulated including Communist ties and mob involvement in the assassination.
A bit dated, but Jennings is a good companion to take you through Dealey Plaza on that fateful November day. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MJ Kennedy
The best JFK assassination doc out there, but it leaves you very humbled by how trivial and random life can be and usually is. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frederico E. Pinto
Those folks at ABC had me fooled for years. I have stuck my foot in my mouth so many times listening to what the argument that was made. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kevin Parnella
I wanted there to be more than one shooter. I needed there to be more than one. Governments lie, lie lie. And then I listened to Oswald's brother Robert. And Jack Ruby's rabbi. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gone Fishin'
There's a part of this program, towards the end, where Peter Jennings says that if you put JFK on one side of a scale and Lee Harvey Oswald on the other, there's an imbalance. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wexford98
The reason why I gave this documentary two stars and not one is because I think the cinematography is done very well. Aside from that, I think this documentary is about 99. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Erik Nelson
The amount of effort that went into modeling the event in 3D is impressive. As someone who couldn't stand the amount of ignorance about ballistics and the shots that killed him... Read morePublished on July 5, 2012 by Tommy Boy
This script is taken straight from the debunked Warren Commission Report. Watch it only if you love being lied to. Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by ReviewMaster
[REVIEW FROM Peter Jennings Reporting - The Kennedy Assassination: Beyond Conspiracy] This 2007 documentary (original air date 2003) is a fine meat-n-potatoes pastiche of the... Read morePublished on February 27, 2012 by Hui Shen ben Israel