So many coincidences..doesn't it make you wonder?Even if 40 years has passed JFK's assassination is still questioned. One of the most relevant but hard to prove it is actually genuine is Roscoe White's diary which tells the actual story
♦ Ricky White (the son of Roscoe White, who was a Dallas policeman) claims that his father’s diary reveals that he was part of a three-man assassination team in Kennedy’s murder. The diary stated that there were six shots fired — two by his father. Roscoe White was behind the wooden fence on top of the grassy knoll and had the code-name Mandarin. His first shot hit the President in the throat. His second shot hit the President in the head. Of the other two assassins, one was located in the Dallas County Records Building and used the code name Saul. The third assassin was located in the Texas School Book Depository Building and used the code-name Lebanon. The diary also said that Mauser rifles were used in the assassination. Ricky White remembers his father giving him two rifles after the assassination in Dallas. One was an Argentinian rifle and the other was a 7.65 Mauser.
Ricky White claims that the diary showed that Oswald knew of the assassination plot but did not fire any shots. Oswald was told to bring his rifle to work on November 22, 1963, and to build a sniper's nest with boxes by the sixth floor window. All three of the assassins had an assistant whose job was to disassemble the rifles and take them away.
The diary also states that Roscoe White and Oswald had plans to escape together after the assassination and go to Red Bird Airport in south Dallas. Their driver was J.D. Tippit, who did not know anything concerning the plot. While driving the two in south Dallas, Tippit heard radio reports of the assassination and suspected that his two passengers were involved. Oswald became agitated and jumped out of the car. White got out of the car and shot Tippit with a pistol when Tippit told him he would have to take White downtown for questioning. Ricky White says that the diary (which he claims is no longer in his possession) states: "I killed an officer at Tenth and Patton."♦ Several conspiracy theories support the same thing : JFK's assasination was a complex operation involving the government , the CIA , the Mafia , Cuban agencies and others also.(see more)
John F.Kennedy was not afraid of death.Through his speech he transmitted a very important message to the world.And this message was above his life.
"A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on."-JFK