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Solving The JFK Case
Pateo TV, Vol. 39
While the mainstream media pretends that the JFK case (which is the the alleged “murder” of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, born on 1917 May 29) was solved the very same day (by arresting Lee Harvey Oswald, born on 1939 October 18), alternative researchers are still debating on what really happened on November 22nd, 1963, at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas, USA. So far, almost all alternative readings of this event are completely false.
In this 39th episode of Pateo TV, Johan Oldenkamp shows what really happened that afternoon in down town Dallas. He does this simply by comparing the video footage of this case with the photographs shot of the very same scene. Anyone could have solved this case earlier, but Johan was the first to put all the evidence together in such a way that the final solution of this JFK case becomes self-evident.
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