Now, a Two-Casket Argument

A bizarre new Kennedy assassination conspiracy theory Millions of Americans will never forget the mournful scene on their TV screens on the night of Nov. 22, 1963, the polished bronze casket glistening in the floodlights at Andrews Air Force Base as it was taken from Air Force One and put aboard the gray Navy ambulance that was to take it, Jacqueline Kennedy and Robert Kennedy to the Bethesda Navel Hospital. Then, 45 minutes later, other cameras caught the arrival of the car at the hospitals front entrance, and followed the grieving wife and brother as they entered...

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