"Do I think I know what happened to the President — not simply in the Plaza but who was responsible for it?" asked G. Robert Blakey. "The answer to that is yes. I think I do. As a matter of historical truth, I think I know who killed him and why." In an hour and a half interview with the Spectator, the Cornell University law professor, who served as Chief Counsel and Director of the House Select Committee on Assassinations (which concluded in 1979 that a conspiracy was responsible for the assassination of John F. Kennedy) detailed his special "insider's" knowledge and his conclusions on who killed John F. Kennedy.
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