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The Men Who Killed Kennedy EP 7 Smoking Guns

The Men Who Killed Kennedy is a video documentary series by British television network ITV that depicts the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Originally broadcast in 1988 in two parts (with a subsequent studio discussion), it was rebroadcast in 1991 re-edited to three parts with additional material, and a fourth episode added in 1995. The addition of three further episodes in 2003 caused great controversy, particularly in the final episode implicating Lyndon B. Johnson and the withdrawal of these additional episodes.

"The Smoking Guns" (17 November 2003 [U.S.])


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Robert B. Livingston

I stressed to Dr. Humes how important it was that the autopsy pathologists carefully examine the President's neck to characterize that particular wound and to distinguish it from the neighbouring tracheotomy wound.

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The Reinvention of John Liggett

In JFK, The Last Witness (Flammarion, 2003) by William Reymond and Billy Sol Estes, Estes declares a connection between Liggett and Dorothy Peck, the widow of Jay Bert Peck (1902 - 1969).

Estes claims Jay Bert Peck was Lyndon Johnson's "official" double and that "Peck would have replaced Lyndon B Johnson in the night of November 21 to 22, 1963. Peck would have passed for LBJ in Fort Worth. This was where Johnson was staying the day before the assassination according to the Warren Report. In that way the vice-president could travel incognito to Dallas to regulate the details of an operation aimed at assassinating John F. Kennedy." Also according to Billie Sol Estes, Jay Bert Peck would later have been murdered by John Liggett, who would then be arrested for the attempted murder of Peck's widow.

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John Melvin Liggett was perhaps the country’s greatest facial reconstruction surgeon. His work was used to repair the faces of people who died in gruesome incidents so that he could present the bodies to their loved ones in the funeral home where he worked. On November 22, 1963, his services were sorely needed.

On the day of the assassination, Liggett was attending a funeral. According to his wife, Lois, Liggett excused himself to take a phone call. “John went to the office and came back very shortly and explained to me that the President of the United States had been shot,” she said. “He was called to go to Parkland Hospital.”

This picture was taken a few weeks before the assassination. Next to Ruby on his left, our right, is Tony Zoppi, who was the entertainment editor for the Dallas Morning News. After the Oswald killing, he immediately did an interview with Bill Lord to talk about Ruby, and what he said was totally supportive of the official scenario. Many people suspect that Tony was CIA, and let's face it: the entire Dallas Morning News was CIA-connected. And by the way, Zoppi was one of the people who reportedly was with Ruby at the time of the JFK assassination. The other was DMN Advertising manager Dan Archer, and that's his wife sitting next to Zoppi. Then, on Ruby's right, our left, is reportedly Malcolm Liggett, who was the brother of John Liggett, the mortician who is believed to be the one they brought in to alter JFK's body; also Malcolm's wife Suzanne is next to him. But, there is some dispute about it; for one thing the "Liggetts" have disputed it. However, for two people to be mistaken for two other people is many times more uncommon than for one person to be mistaken for another.

The 'wife' was identified as Iris Campbell. 

Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on November 27, 2018 at 7:49 AM 231 Views