A new theory surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy has come to light.
Using modern technology, a University Professor from Virginia has questioned the validity of the old conspiracy theories and their basis- The ‘Fourth Shot’ theory.
Larry Sabato, Professor of Politics and director of the University of Virginia’s Centre for Politics, has cast doubt on the theory that a fourth shot was fired besides the three fired by Lee Harvey Oswald – Who was later himself killed.
President John F. Kennedy was shot dead over 50 years ago, on 22 November 1963, as he and his wife visited Dallas in a motorcade.
According to independent.co.uk, many conspiracy theories stem from this ‘Fourth Shot Theory’.
But Larry Sabato, Professor of Politics and director of the University of Virginia’s Centre for Politics, has cast doubt on that theory.
He told The Times the evidence used by that committee was “completely flawed”. He said modern technology has revealed the fourth sound was not gunfire, but the rattling of the microphone. He also questioned whether the radio which provided the recording was even in the motorcade.
Dr Sobato, who has also taught at Oxford and Cambridge, said: “It is impossible to record gunshots from that distance on equipment this primitive.
“I think some people on the committee wanted to find a conspiracy. If you find a fourth shot you have found a conspiracy.”
His new book, The Kennedy Half-Century, also claims that 75 per cent of Americans still reject the idea that Oswald acted alone.
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