Killing Kennedy


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History Today
Vol. 63, no. 11 (November 2013), p. 50-56


The investigation of President Kennedy's murder 50 years ago was marked by serious blunders. For their own good reasons, JFK's successor Lyndon Johnson and others, including the Kennedy family itself, worked to conceal vital facts from the public. As a result, the truth behind the assassination is unlikely to be known, says Peter Ling