The JFK Assassination
1. There is circumstantial evidence that Lee Harvey Oswald was an FBI informant. The FBI denies Oswald ever worked for them.
2. Congress concluded that the FBI "failed to investigate adequately the possibility of a conspiracy to assassinate the President."
3. Ironically, it was a declassified FBI report released in the mid-90s that revealed a Cuban investigation into the matter, which concluded "that Oswald could not have fired three times in succession and hit the target" and that therefore "it took about three people" to assassinate the president.