JFK’s personal Secret Service agent just revealed one fact about his assassination that no one ever knew before now

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JFK’s assassination was a course-changing event for this nation.

Most Americans believe they haven’t been told the entire truth about what really happened that day.

But JFK’s personal Secret Service agent just revealed one fact about his assassination that no one ever knew before now.

Events that changed America

Every other generation experiences a moment that changes the course of the nation.

The terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 was such an event.

Heading into the 2000 election, most Americans didn’t care that much about the Middle East.

But that all changed after 9/11.

The same can be said for other events like Pearl Harbor.

Americans were not too concerned about what was going on around the world and many of them wanted to stay out of the raging world war in Europe and the Pacific.

But once our nation was attacked, Americans realized they couldn’t stay out of it anymore and the United States joined the war effort.

Another historical event that changed everything in this nation was assassination of John F. Kennedy.

On November 22, 1963, while in the midst of a routine motorcade visit to Dallas, JFK was assassinated by a gunshot wound to the head.

The conspiracies have swirled since that day as to what really happened.

One of the biggest conspiracies is based around the supposed magic bullet.

The conspiracy is about how some in the government have tried to claim that the same bullet that killed JFK also injured Texas Governor John Connally.

For this to happen, it would have had to change direction multiple times in the air and on contact.

One of the government’s leading pieces of evidence to support this radical idea was the fact that they found the bullet on Connally’s stretcher at the hospital.

No magic bullet

But one of JFK’s top Secret Service agents just broke his silence on why this happened.

Paul Landis, who was in the car right behind JFK when he was shot, just claimed that he put the bullet used to justify the “magic theory” on Kennedy’s stretcher.

He said he found the bullet wedged in the car and “it was a piece of evidence that I realized right away [was] very important. And I didn’t want it to disappear or get lost. So, it was, ‘Paul, you’ve got to make a decision’ – and I grabbed it.”

Landis then put it on Kennedy’s stretcher.

Of course, the real mystery is how it ended up on Connally’s stretcher.

This adds even more controversy to the “magic bullet” theory.

Perhaps one day Americans will learn the full truth about Kennedy’s assassination.

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