JFK Plotters Could Never Have Been Convicted

Source: Future of Freedom Foundation
by Jacob G Hornberger

“To this day — almost 60 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy — it would be impossible to convict any particular official of the U.S. national-security state of having participated in the plot to assassinate Kennedy. That’s because there simply is insufficient evidence to convict any one of them beyond a reasonable doubt. Oh, sure, there is more than sufficient circumstantial evidence to convict some national-security officials of having had a motive to kill Kennedy, the motive being that they concluded that his policies posed a grave threat to ‘national security.’ But …. The prosecutor would also have to show that the defendants actually participated in a plot to assassinate Kennedy. However, if it were possible to indict the U.S. national-security establishment for the assassination, a prosecutor could establish guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.” (09/05/23)