Sec. of State John Kerry Says Lee Harvey Oswald Didn't Act Alone (Video)

| by Michael Allen

U.S. Sec. of State John Kerry, who is a friend of the Kennedy family, recently claimed that Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963.

Kerry made his comments in a NBC News special hosted by Tom Brokaw about the 50th anniversary of JFK's death, noted the International Business Times (video below).

"To this day, I have serious doubts that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone," said Kerry. "I certainly have doubts that he was motivated by himself. I'm not sure if anybody else was involved. I don't go down that road, with respect to grassy knoll theory and all of that."

"But I have serious questions at to whether they got to the bottom of Lee Harvey Oswald's time and influence from Cuba and Russia," added Kerry. "I think he was inspired by something, somewhere, but I can't pin anything down."

"JFK" filmmaker Oliver Stone told Democracy Now last week that it was impossible for anyone to have shot Kennedy multiple times in six seconds.

"And you have to fire the shot, through a tree, at a moving, at a target moving away from you," said Stone. "You can’t do it. Two teams of FBI experts tried to do it, plus CBS, I believe, and various other organizations have tried to simulate that shooting in less than six seconds. It’s not possible. So, this was a sophisticated ambush. There had to be a shot from the front, from that, from that front, that fence, and at least one shooter from the front. At least one."

Sources: Democracy Now, International Business Times, NBC News