Lone gunman. Even if you think Oswald didn’t act alone, he was clearly all/part of it.
There is a lot of speculation and dubious things people have purported over the years - the movie “JFK”, from which many have derived most of what they “know” from that event, stretches a lot of truth and relies on conjecture. I think a lot of it clouds the truth and we get these conspiracies and it kills me we are more critical of actual evidence than the guesswork so many put faith in.
Wasn’t there a documentary where they rolled out a bunch of scout snipers and tried to recreate the shot from the book depository and none of them could do it?
It wasn’t “the” shot they recreated, but rather “the shots”, and it was something ridiculous like 5 shots in 6 seconds. Which is impossible with the rifle that was used.
And then there’s the one bullet theorum which is dubious.
The Warren Commission did extensive testing on the rifle that was used (matched ballistically), and found that it was highly accurate. In testing, they were even able to improve on Oswald’s suspected time. There was old evidence (as in years old) that pointed to Oswald not being a great shot in his marksmanship, but that doesn’t really hold much with me. Too many variables on something that isn’t hard evidence, and all of the evidence we do have clearly indicates he fired at Kennedy.
Ballistic tests also confirm the one bullet theory, and any of the “magic bullet” distraction that has been voiced has been propped up on incorrect assumptions and conjecture.
Multiple eye-witness accounts have been corroborated that there were no shooters on the grassy knoll, just a minority of people (the majority agreeing on 3 shots from the book depository) reportedly hearing a shot from that direction, which doesn’t all match the ballistic evidence or the trajectories derived from the wounds of the victims.
Oswald had a motive, corroborating evidence from various sources, and already tried to assassinate another government official.
Now there isn’t evidence of every little detail, but enough to come to a solid conclusion, I feel. Although we do seem to enjoy our ghost stories….