The single-bullet theory, long debated, is rocked by a Secret Service agent's revelations. * His absence from the Warren Commission interviews paints an incomplete portrait of that fateful day in Dallas.
A specter continues to haunt the history of the United States: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Just when we thought we had heard it all, a ripple disturbs the waters. A recent New York Times article titled "J.F.K. Assassination Witness Breaks His Silence and Raises New Questions" brings to light the untold story of Mr. Landis, a Secret Service agent who had found a bullet in the aftermath of the assassination but was never interviewed by the Warren Commission.
The article primarily revolves around Mr. Landis's experience on that infamous day and the lasting impact it had on his life. His account raises questions about the single-bullet theory, a controversial part of the Warren Commission's findings. Ballistics experts may support the single-bullet narrative, but skeptics, now with ammunition from Mr. Landis's account, may find reason for doubt. "Many pictures of those days of mourning show Mr. Landis at Jacqueline Kennedy’s side," the article notes, emphasizing his close proximity to the event and its emotional toll on him.
In these turbulent times, when conspiracy theories can easily gain traction, the publication of Mr. Landis's account offers a fresh opportunity to revisit and reevaluate the past. In politics, as in life, things are rarely what they seem. Mr. Landis's emotional and psychological journey also adds a human layer to the tale. His decision to leave the Secret Service and subsequent decades spent in various jobs speaks to the life-altering ramifications of witnessing such a traumatic event. "It was not easy. As he finished the manuscript, he stared at the computer screen, broke down and cried uncontrollably," says the article, inviting us to reflect on the emotional complexity of historical events.
As we grapple with the uncertain state of the world, the essence of the article serves as a testament to the endless surprises history can offer. It reassures us that though we live in challenging times, the fullness of truth remains an ever-elusive but worthy pursuit. After all, the approaching era of Moshiach is one where truth will prevail and mysteries will be revealed, painting a hopeful future for humanity.