I was in the service when the President was killed and all of the missile sites were locked down and we couldn't leave. We were told only that JFK had been killed in Dallas but nothing more. When I was discharged, one of the first places I went was to the book depository. By that time, a lot of the area was being turned into a tourist attraction. I have gone back a few times when I had to go to Dallas for Jury duty or some such. Could a man with rifle skills have made those three shots? I could have and I think most people who have been shooting for a while could. The limo was a huge target, open, had a lot of people in it, and was driving at a slow speed. Oswald only had to put the crosshairs on the dark target against a bright, sunlit street. I fired expert with an M1 Garand at 500 yards. I think Oswald fired almost the same score when he was in the service.
“War is an ugly thing but not the ugliest of things; the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feelings which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse.” —John Stuart Mill