President John F. Kennedy


Two Princes And A King reviews the President's (Warren) Commission investigation, which includes their discussions of possible conspiracy and the Commission’s private views. Most officials never expected these ideas to reach the American public. Evidence reveals other legally documented figures allegedly involved in the events. Official sources imply someone was attempting to entrap Lee Harvey Oswald. Subsequent research and evidence reveal Oswald had less than thirty hours to complete everything alleged based on official evidence.


Possible Disinformation


The Communist Oswald: A component in the debate against conspiracy, this idea offers no possibility of domestic influences participating in the assassination of President Kennedy. Subsequently critics have allowed that if a conspiracy existed it was a Communist one. Yet this idea has been officially refuted by nearly every modern investigation. 

The Lone Gunman Theory: Critics and officials claim that no one but Lee Harvey Oswald murdered a United States President and Dallas Police officer. They ignore the many various flaws of the Warren Commission Report and Hearings. These claims dismiss all the original evidence and proven schemes conducted by the CIA, FBI, and Executive branch. The evidence and scientific testing provide Lee Harvey Oswald with doubt.

The Single Bullet Theory: A highly questionable theory which requires many stipulations that deviate from physical and medical evidence. It hinges on the improbable Oswald ignoring that he possibly is without the time, practice, nor position to make the killing shots. It relies on a largely undamaged bullet to account for a majority of the wounds present after the attack.

James Files: He claims to be the gunman at the Grassy Knoll; his assertion contains distinct problems. Files’ story relies on the viewer’s ignorance of the Dallas newspapers appearing before President Kennedy’s murder. Once reviewed it becomes clear that James Files poor memory or alleged intention might color his claims. His claim of a “secret route change” in the Kennedy motorcade renders others untenable.

Judyth Baker: She claims to be the secret lover and companion of Lee Harvey Oswald. While she does have some of the circumstances of Oswald’s life correct, it does not mean she ever met the man himself. In reviewing this case many have found nearly every piece of information regarding the alleged sniper. There are cases of both true and unproven stories regarding Oswald, the most repeated are finally inspected. 

Related Evidence:
JFK Investigation FilesA collection of primary documents regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.