In an interview with Charlie Rose last night Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said that he believes that someone else was involved in the killing of his uncle President John F. Kennedy.  I've toured the book depository, next to the Dealey Plazy in Dallas, that President Kennedy drove by when was killed on November 22nd, 1963.  There is a white X placed in the middle of the road that marks the spot where the president was when he was hit by the first bullet.  When you turn and look at the window where Lee Harvey Oswald fired his rifle you get a very eery feeling.  When you take the tour of the depository they pretty much share the point of view as handed down by the Warren commission.

However, Robert F. Kennedy and his sister Rory don't agree those findings.  I'm not sure if they agree with Oliver Stone but here is what they had to say last night  dailyrecord.com

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is convinced that a lone gunman wasn’t solely responsible for the assassination of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, and said his father believed the Warren Commission report was a “shoddy piece of workmanship.”  Kennedy and his sister, Rory, were interviewed by Charlie Rose on Friday night in front of an audience in Dallas as a year of observances begins for the 50th anniversary of the president’s death.  Their uncle was killed on Nov. 22, 1963. Five years later, their father was assassinated in a Los Angeles hotel during his primary victory celebration.  Robert Kennedy said his father spent a year trying to come to grips with his brother’s death. He said his read writings by Greek philosophers, Catholic scholars, poets and Henry David Thoreau “trying to figure out kind of the existential implications of why a just God would allow injustice to happen of the magnitude he was seeing.”  He said his father believed the Warren Commission, which concluded Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing the president, was a “shoddy piece of workmanship.” He said that he, too, questioned the report.  “The evidence at this point is convincing that it wasn’t a lone gunman,” he said, but he didn’t say what he believed may have happened.

What do you think?  Was there more that one shooter?