Tue 11-18-97


SHEFFIELD, England (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A computer may soon prove that Lee Harvey Oswald didn’t kill John F. Kennedy.

According to Matthew Smith, a JFK assassination researcher in Sheffield, England, computer re-creations of the murder strongly suggest Oswald never fired a single shot.

Smith says the new computer simulation proves that the bullet that killed JFK couldn’t have come from the Texas Book Depository where Oswald supposedly fired his shots from.

Instead, the computer models show that the bullet that killed Kennedy was fired from the now-legendary “grassy knoll.”

Smith says he believes the assassination was orchestrated by a small group of renegade CIA officials who were angry over Kennedy’s handling of the Cuban Bay of Pigs matter. He says Oswald was just a patsy set up to take the blame.

Smith will discuss the new computer research at the 2nd Annual JFK Lancer Conference, which will take place in Dallas during the 34th anniversary of Kennedy’s death on November 22.

CONTACT: Matthew Smith, ***1/2; Arrange with Debra Conway; Lake Forest, CA; (714) 699-2744

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