Ever wonder what the true skinny was behind the JFK assassination? Was there really a second gunman or was Lee Harvey Oswald really the guy who pulled off this amazing tragedy all by himself.
What would you think if there was proof of a second gunman? And what if this guy worked for the government and was actually one of the secret service agents assigned to protect the president. And what it if was his bullet that was the fatal blow to the president?
Sounds like a case for Jack Bauer on 24.
Well, that's the 411 on the killing of JFK, according to an upcoming special for the Reelz Channel.
A new documentary alleges that a Secret Service agent was the second (and accidental) shooter in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
At the Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles on Sunday, producers and investigators behind Reelz Channel's new documentary "JFK: The Smoking Gun"made the claim that George Hickey, a Secret Service agent riding in the car behind Kennedy, accidentally shot the president on Nov. 22, 1963. The film follows veteran police detective Colin McLaren in his four-year investigation of the assassination and points at Hickey, who died two years ago.
Just when you thought things relating to the fifty year old case were finally over, this new story crops up. It's really got to make you ask yourself what took so long to get this angle out there?
At this time, there is no promo available for the Reelz Channel special, but there is some film that supposedly bears this all out, using the Nix and the Zapruder footage. If you have the stomach for it, here it is: