the documentary that was shown last night was very convincing, as some others here point out.
I class it as a yet another piece of journalism on this subject and will take bits from it, while dismissing others.
What troubles me about the whole matter is how LHO, after hitting his target, manages to get another round off and finish the job. This was the President of the United States of America, JFK, a very popular man with the public and one of the worlds leading statesmen, not some rabbit in a field. To complete his task, LHO would have to be an accomplished assassin, not some loser with no friends and a personality complex.
Nothing was mentioned, in the documentary, about the reaction of people at the scene and those in particular who looked towards the 'grassy knoll', on hearing the sound of gunshot.
Too many things were left out and too much emphasis was put on the fact that modern crime scene investigators would use the techniques, shown in the documentary, for their investigation. They would but they would go a lot further and cover all aspects.
It is far too convenient to view the incident, as shown in the documentary and make use of the comments of certain witnesses to hammer home the lone gunman theory. It sounds good that LHO's brother and a close family friend are sure that he did it alone but there is much more to consider. I am sure that there are an equal number of credible witnesses who will state otherwise.
If you look at the string of 'Kennedy' deaths and the way that things shaped up after JFK's 'removal', I think it gives a better overall picture.