Questions Remain 50 Years After Kennedy Assassination

Questions Remain 50 Years After Kennedy Assassination

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Retired Minister Dr. Lance Moore is one of the latest to weigh in with questions about the findings of the Warren Commission.  Moore lives in Daphne.  We won't try to delve into all of the things he pokes holes in here, you can read the book.  But we wanted to know why a retired minister from Daphne would write a book about it.

It turns out Moore has had a long time interest.  He says when he read the findings of the Warren Commission, which concluded Lee Harvey Oswald acted along in killing the President, that he found many contradictions.

But it also turns out that jumping into the fray by raising your own theories about the assassination invites a lot of unwanted comments from others with differing opinions.  Moore says the site where his book is sold, Amazon.com, has a section for readers to comment.  Moore says many of those comments are less than polite.


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