Here is the second segment of my extended interview with JFK researcher Phillip Lavelle. In this part, we discuss two critical elements about the assassination of President Kennedy. First is a discussion of the all-important summer of 1963, in which Phillip provides essential background and discusses the importance of several characters generally forgotten to the public but very important to setting the stage. We then moved into the specifics of the shooting of November 22, 1963 in Dallas. How many bullets, where did they come from, where was the President hit, and so on. Phillip lays it all out.
Do not miss the rest of this interview when it becomes available. This is really important material, and Phillip has clearly mastered it.
[Note: this video is still processing on Youtube when I posted this, so please be patient if it’s not ready. It should be available in a few minutes if it’s not.]