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President John F. Kennedy Assassination: 60 year anniversary

Knott Laboratory presents their reconstruction and analysis of the JFK assassination on several media outlets nationwide.

State of the art forensic science refutes “single bullet theory.”

President Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963, in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. The Warren Commission was assembled to investigate the shooting and issued a report in 1964 finding that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, firing a total of three shots in the incident. However, Knott Laboratory’s forensic analysis suggests one of these bullet trajectories differed from what was presented by the Warren Commission. These findings have incredible ramifications as they could indicate a wider plot to kill the president.

Stanley Stoll, CEO of Knott Laboratory presented the company’s findings on media outlets nationwide:

Read about the process, findings, and view the visualization here.