I'm even pretty sure he didn't pull the trigger, based on the lack of fingerprints on the gun and the absence of gunpowder residue on his hands. Couple that with the inability of FBI sharpshooters to replicate Oswald's performance with the same gun, and the improbable pathway the 'magic' bullet took, it is highly unlikely Oswald hit anything even if he did pull the trigger. Add in the 50% of witnesses who said the shots came from the grassy knoll...and you've got a lot of evidence for an alternate theory that neatly explains the wounds, the timing of the shots, and the crowd action (rushing the grassy knoll), all without resorting to impossible 'magic' bullet scenarios.
All of that evidence pre-dates the Oliver Stone movie by 10 years.
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