JFK: THE SMOKING GUN breaks new ground in the case of President John F. Kennedy's murder by presenting evidence amassed by two highly qualified experts during multi-year investigations into Kennedy's assassination.
The murder of JFK is one of the world's most shocking tragedies and yet his killing has been surrounded in mystery and confusion – until now. On the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy's death (November 2013), JFK: THE SMOKING GUN presents a cold case forensic analysis of Kennedy's assassination.
The documentary reveals what really happened that day: that there was a second shooter who fired accidentally and who was really responsible for JFK's death – and subsequently one of the greatest cover-ups in American history.
This is a revolutionary way to look at the JFK shooting. The documentary focuses more on the hows than the whys and consists of news reel footage, interviews, reenactments, and computer animation illustrating what might have happened that day in Dallas. No grassy knoll theories here. The investigators of this documentary draw their conclusions by using basic forensic mathematics and logic. Very compelling.