old jfk documents may stir controversy

old jfk documents may stir controversyfrom reuters: A batch of old documents linked to the slaying of President John F. Kennedy has reportedly been unearthed, including a highly suspect transcript of a conversation between assassin Lee Harvey Oswald and Oswald's killer Jack Ruby, the Dallas Morning News said on Sunday. The newspaper said the Dallas County district attorney's office, which uncovered the documents, would display its discovery at a news conference on Monday morning.

'jfk assassination plot' papers found in dallas safe
'jfk assassination plot' papers found in dallas safefrom guardian: A transcript claiming to detail Lee Harvey Oswald's plot to assassinate President John F Kennedy has been discovered in an old courtroom safe. The record – described as reading like a conspiracy theorist's dream - appears to minute talks between Oswald and Jack Ruby, who killed Oswald after Kennedy's assassination.

transcript of plot to kill jfk discovered?
transcript of plot to kill jfk discovered?from paul joseph watson: A cache of JFK-related memorabilia discovered by the Dallas County District Attorney's Office includes a transcript of an alleged meeting between Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald two months before Kennedy was killed. The documents were discovered in an old safe on the 10th floor of the county courthouse, according to an AP report. The AP report goes to great lengths to cast doubt on the veracity of the documents, quoting Sixth Floor Museum curator Gary Mack in dismissing the transcript as "a bad B movie," and speculating that the files were actually part of a movie script being written by former DA Henry Wade, the prosecutor in the Jack Ruby trial.