That BBC doc was a calm, rational, extensive work.
Oswald did it, he was a lonely, mixed-up wannabe with delusions of grandeur, he wanted to make his mark on the world.
Firstly by defecting to the USSR
, but after the KGB realized he was no use as an intelligence asset, he was ignored.
So home he went with his new Russian wife, he was upset that there was no press reception at the airport.
Months before JFK
, he tried to kill a right wing former General, the bullet was deflected by a window pane as Oswald shot at him as the target sat by a window at his home.
Oswald went to the book depositary with a long item wrapped up, telling co-workers it was curtain rails.
Oswald fired 3 shots in 8.3 seconds, not 6 as Stone claimed, he was a good marksmen in the USMC
, they had his target score cards to prove it.
Oswald's .38 pistol was the one used to kill Officer Tippett.
As was his rifle that killed JFK
Ruby was, according to these who worked at his club, an unstable man who took JFKs killing very badly.
He knew local Cops through his club, he wanted to be where the action was, he always carried a gun, then in the police station he saw Oswald come through, with a slight smirk on his face, it was too much for him.
Answer this, if Ruby killed Oswald to stop him talking, who kills Ruby to shut him up, who kills the guy who kills Ruby.....and so on.
One more thing, why cannot people accept that a lone nut could kill a President?
Because nearly 20 years later, another lone nut almost killed Reagan, remember that?
It seems all the conspiracy people have, all too conveniently.
Get over it.
The US is getting a reputation as being filled with very irrational people who cannot accept the truth.
But WW1 was started by a lone nut killing an important political figure, I suppose ignorance and insularity leads to facts like this being ignored.
Sorry to be so harsh, but a reality check is needed.