The caseworkers at the Grassy Knoll Institute are probably having a four star alert.
A curious transcript purportedly about President John F. Kennedy’s assassination has been discovered among boxes of memorabilia that were long forgotten in an old safe at the Dallas County district attorney’s office.
While the transcript reads like a conspiracy theorist’s dream — Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby plotting to kill Kennedy — the DA’s top assistant said it’s likely material for a proposed movie.
Other items found in an old safe on the 10th floor of the county courthouse include letters to and from former DA Henry Wade, the now-dead prosecutor in the Ruby trial, The Dallas Morning News reported in Sunday’s editions. Ruby shot and killed Kennedy assassin Oswald two days after the president’s death.
News that a secret treasure trove of documents related to the Kennedy assassination was first broken by The Dallas Morning News in its Sunday editions. Monday’s news conference attracted several dozen members of the news media, both local and national. Mr. Watkins said he anticipated that his office would get calls from around the country and the world.
Evidence has been presented to me showing that the same limo driver for JFK was the same that drove Princess Diana when she crashed and died.
And, to add to the conspiracy, the exact same limo driver dropped off John Lennon at his Dakota apartment in New York just seconds before he was shot.
Curator, Grassy Knoll Institute