this day in crime history: november 22, 1963


On this date in 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, TX.

Further reading:

The Kennedy Assassination

No Conspiracy Behind JFK Assassination: A Technological Conclusion

8 thoughts on “this day in crime history: november 22, 1963

      • Well this is something I’ve given some thought to. I think it drove liberals crazy. They couldn’t understand that Kennedy was killed by a Communist. It didn’t compute to them, so that lead to the rise of conspiracy theories. Up to that time, nutty conspiracy theories were more the providence of the right. After that, the left jumped in and now our entire polity is contaminated with idiocy: Kennedy killed by anyone but the actual killer, the CIA importing drugs to destroy black communities, Bush and Cheney behind 9/11 & they lied to get us into war, the White House controls gas prices, you name it; reason has left us…


  1. Also on the same day, Carlos Marcello, the mastemind of the Kennedy killing, was acquitted in U.S. District Court in New Orleans of reentry after deportation. His defense was that his deportation, ordered by RFK in April 1961, was illegal because RFK knowingly used a false Guatemalan birth record to con the Guatemalan government into allowing Marcello to be deported there. (Marcello was a native and citizen of Tunisia.) Of course, Marcello was right, the deportation was illegal, and Marcello never forgot or forgave. That’s the reason he had JFK killed.
    (When someone suggested he have RFK hit, Marcello said, “If you cut off the dog’s tail the dog gets mad. If you cut off the dog’s head the tail quits wagging.”
    Both sides rested before lunch on Friday after a week-long trial. That afternoon, after learning of the assassination, the jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty.


      • Allegedly, Marcello “confessed” to a jailhouse informant just before he died in Federal prison.
        Incidentally, Lee Harvey Oswald, whose father died before he was born, was raised by his uncle, Dutz Murret. Dutz was a bookmaker and/or juice loan operator for Marcello. Oswald was known to Marcello as “Dutz’s crazy nephew” after he got back from Russia.
        Oswald’s mother supposedly dated one of the Civella brothers. Joe Civella ran Dallas for Marcello. The whole Dallas PD was in Marcello’s pocket.


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