Notable Quotable

May 21, 2007|By LOS ANGELES TIMES

The biggest mistake, by far, that well-intentioned laypeople make in concluding there was a conspiracy in the Kennedy assassination, and the biggest argument, by far, that conspiracy theorists use in their books to support their position of a conspiracy, is to maintain that such and such a group `had a motive' to kill Kennedy and, therefore, must have done it."

- VINCENT BUGLIOSI, writing in his new book "Reclaiming History: The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy"

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