Watch: Robert Kennedy Jr. Drops JFK Assassination Bombshell

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(SNews) – Democratic presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. said the Central Intelligence Agency is responsible for the assassination of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy. He said this is “beyond a reasonable doubt.”

He said: “There is overwhelming evidence that the CIA was involved in his murder. I think it’s beyond a reasonable doubt at this point. The evidence is overwhelming that the CIA was involved in the murder, and in the cover-up.

“When my uncle was president, he was surrounded by a military-industrial complex and intelligence apparatus that was constantly trying to get him to go to war in Laos, Vietnam, etc.

“He refused. He said that the job of the American presidency is to keep the nation out of war.

“The evidence of the CIA being involved in my father’s death is very convincing but it’s circumstantial.

“We do not have the really strong documentary testimonial evidence that we have with my uncle.

Kennedy was 14 when his father Robert Kennedy was assassinated during his 1968 presidential campaign.

According to The Hill:

A House committee assembled to investigate the killing said in a 1979 report that given the scientific evidence, it was probable that at least two gunmen fired at the president. It also concluded that he was likely assassinated as the result of a conspiracy, but could not identify the second gunman or the extent of the conspiracy.

John McCone, CIA director when Kennedy was assassinated, testified to the House committee that Oswald was not a CIA agent and the agency never communicated or associated with him. The commission said his testimony was corroborated by the CIA’s file on Oswald.

Kennedy Jr. suggested in his Sunday interview that his uncle’s killing in November 1963 had to do with his refusal to commit U.S. forces to Vietnam.

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