Jack Ohman suggested “we see what we want to see” regarding the JFK assassination (“Kennedy slaying answers elude us”; Forum, Nov. 17). Marcos Breton blamed our skepticism on advancing age: “It’s the ultimate baby boomer fetish,” he scoffed (“Count me out of the JFK club”; Our Region, Nov. 17).
If you still think the Warren Report is an example of a trustworthy, paternal federal government here to help you, listen up.
Apologists for the Warren Commission say these are just coincidences, suggesting I’m a conspiracy theorist. Does that make the apologists coincidence theorists? If you’re still a believer, I own a bridge over the American River. MasterCard and Visa accepted.
In 1962, I was in a room with President John Kennedy. I can see him now, but often must remind myself 30,000 others were in the same room. Breton would regard that as just a baby boomer moment.