JFK Deathbed Confession: Jesse Ventura to Uncover JFK Conspiracy at Last?
If Jesse Ventura couldn’t shoot JFK alone, no one could.
Days before the 47th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s death, Jesse Ventura’s “Conspiracy Theory” will air an episode tonight at 10pm regarding what Ventura considers to be the most significant conspiracy of his generation.
The show will air the JFK “deathbed confession” audio tape of former CIA agent and Watergate conspirator E. Howard Hunt, who claims JFK was in fact killed by more than one shooter under the direction of the CIA.
Hunt says that Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson was also involved in the assassination due to “an almost maniacal urge to become president, he regarded JFK as an obstacle to achieving that.”
Hunt names several people involved in the conspiracy and Ventura’s team will provide evidence that some of these individuals have close ties to former President and CIA director George H.W. Bush.
“Conspiracy Theory” will also show Ventura, a former Navy SEAL, Underwater Demolitions expert and an expert shot, attempting to recreate the alleged shot Lee Harvey Oswald took on the Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963 using the same make, model and ammunition stock claimed to be used by the Warren Commission.
The fact that Ventura, an expert BAMF, can’t duplicate the accuracy of marksman Oswald’s alleged shot, is supposed to show the impracticality that anyone could have made that shot and successfully hit JFK.
The House Select Committee on Assassinations said in 1978 that their investigation concluded a 95% or higher chance that JFK was killed by more than one shooter, validating the assassination was a conspiracy and to never doubt Jesse Ventura.