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I Killed JFK

Rated NR 100 min. 2017

A former Mafia insider, recently released from prison after 50 years, claims HE shot JFK from the infamous Grassy Knoll. On the anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's 100th birthday, the conspiracy theories still rage on as to how and why he was killed. Was it Lee Harvey Oswald acting alone? The Mob? The CIA? The FBI? The Cuban Government led by Fidel Castro? The Russians? LBJ? Was it a government cover-up? Now, for the first time, I KILLED JFK reveals the untold story of the only living person in history who has ever confessed to killing Kennedy, featuring never before seen, recently found, rare footage and in-depth testimony from 20 different respected experts and historians. Hear the bone-chilling account of how it all went down, who was behind the "hit," and the "proof" that he was not only there...he was the one who pulled the trigger. Additionally, immediately following the film, this special evening continues, featuring an EXCLUSIVE PANEL DISCUSSION, filmed this month, led by Hollywood Producer & Film maker Barry Katz, with some of the most respected JFK assassination experts in the world including Judyth Vary Baker (Oswald's lover/author of the best-selling book ME AND LEE), Gordon Ferrie (US government, intelligence, & national security expert), Barr McClellan (Best-selling author of BLOOD, MONEY, & POWER), Zack Shelton (Retired FBI Special Agent), and Jim Marrs (1963 Dallas Journalist & author of the NY Times best seller CROSSFIRE: THE PLOT THAT KILLED KENNEDY which inspired Oliver Stone's film JFK). Will this event finally reveal what actually happened? You, the audience, will be the jury.

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Official Site: IkilledJFK.com

Director: Denis Mueller

Writer: Denis Mueller

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