50 years ago today, John Fitzgerald Kennedy the last genuine president of the United States was assassinated. Despite his flaws, he was doing the people's work, from the people's White House - and that obviously didn't go down too well in élitist circles - it proved to be a terminal faux pas.
There is no more proof that Lee Harvey Oswald murdered Kennedy than whether the tooth fairy, Big Foot or Elvis' alien brother in law from Arcturus did it. Oswald was never brought to trial - he was most conveniently murdered by a hitman, Jack Rubenstein, who worked for both the CIA *and* the Mafia.
In the US, our alleged "justice system" holds that a person is presumed INNOCENT until proven otherwise. That is the premise of the legal system in all civilized nations. Oswald, in contrast was tried by the corporate media -the establishment's propaganda department, and since he was deceased, he was not around to present a defense; nobody represented him. As in Star Trek's Cardassian legal system, the verdict and the sentence had already been passed, and we preferred to believe this unproven scenario because it was easier to, and any alternative was unpalatable.
In the aftermath, the resulting Warren Commission - a national disgrace and a stinking hairball of an "inquiry" relied on carefully cherrypicked material and impossible physics. The 9/11 Omission "Commission" used exactly the same tactic of drylabbing and dissembling to appeal to, through no fault of their own, a largely uniformed and distracted public.
The élitists, whoever they may be, appear to go to great lengths (on many occasions in many ways) to protect their hold on power, whether its killing one person at a time, or thousands.