Columbo and the JFK assassination

Fifty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, it remains unclear what really happened this Friday, November 22, 1963 inDallas.

By matching all the theories, at least twenty-five killers fired 95 bullets at the President. And the murder has now been ordered by Castro, the Russians, a jealous lover, the Freemasons or the mafia.

When I was younger, I liked Columbo’s movies. In front of the murderers so sure of themselves, the inspector with the crumpled raincoat wait until they betray themselves by committing an act proving their guilt.

Just minutes after President Kennedy was declared dead, aboard Air Force One, Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson took the oath of Office and became the successor to JFK. The moment is serious and solemn. President Kennedy’s widow, Jackie, is at his side, in shock, her pink suit stained with blood.

But Johnson just did he just swear he turns to Albert Thomas, a member of Congress, which makes a knowing wink. And even if the new President of the United States is back, we can guess a big smile on his face.
Columbo would have been happy!

As if that was not enough, the day of the funeral of Kennedy, Johnson signed NSAM 276 (National Security Action Memoranda), which cancels the Memorandum Memorandum 263 that Kennedy had signed before him and called for the withdrawal of one thousand U.S. soldiers Vietnam before the end of the year.

Again, Columbo would bat an eye and take a few puffs of his cigar.

 

And you, what do you think?

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