A Simple Act of Murder
On November 22, 1963, a murder was committed in Dallas, Texas. The victim happened to be the president of the United States. More than forty years later, the case remains unsolved.
Nearly 80 percent of the American people don't believe that John F. Kennedy was killed by a lone gunman, and the House Assassinations Committee has found that the president was "assassinate
but no. He just looks at the whole forensic file about the magic bullet and concludes that it was a lone gunman ...more
Fuhrman attacks the questions head on. First, was Lee Harvey Oswald inv ...more
Through the years I have listened to the conspiracy theories and wondered if there was any validity to them - but Mark Furhman puts a lot of things into perspective. If Mark Furman was around in 1963 we would have had nary a whisper of conspiracy ...more
haha just kidding.
Furhman disputes the Magic Bullet. However, that does mean he advocates two shooters. Furhman believes that first shot hit JFK in the back and exited his throat, the second shot hit Governor Connally and the third is the kill shot. Seems plausible.
He is primarily known for his part in the investigation of the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman and his subsequent felony conviction for perjury.