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Conspiracy theories still alive 50 years after JFK's assassination

As the country turns toward Dallas this week to honor former President John F. Kennedy, visitors to Dealey Plaza are calling into question the official account of his assassination. The Warren Commission, formed to investigate the murder, concluded that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone when he shot JFK from the former Texas School Book Depository. Fifty years later, many theories are still alive. (SOUNDBITE) (English) MICHAEL FONTAINE, A VISITOR TO DEALEY PLAZA, SAYING : "I saw the word "patsy" in the museum. For me, that's the operative word, right now, for me, for this 50th anniversary. Oswald was a patsy." (SOUNDBITE) (English) DORA DUNCAN, A VISITOR TO DEALEY PLAZA, SAYING: "I really don't know if Oswald killed him or not but if he did, I think it was just part of a plot." Friday's anniversary is drawing many more conspiracy theorists, including Robert Groden. Groden has authored several books on the assassination, including "The Killing

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