(Philadelphia Inquirer) Even after 50 years, keeping up with JFK assassination theories is tough.
You could say it's a lawn shot — especially if you're talking about the grassy knoll.
Last month, a known Cuban assassin was linked to the Nov. 22, 1963 slaying of the president in Dallas. Could he have been the long-rumored second gunman who fired from the infamous slope in Dealey Plaza?
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Last week, an updated trajectory theory emerged, explaining how the fatal head shot might have come from the knoll, without contradicting medical evidence.