The Israeli government's intelligence agency--The Mossad--apparently produced "a movie called A President On The Crosshairs, a detailed study of the November 22, 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy," which it screened during its training course for newly hired Mossad agents, according to former Mossad Case Officer Victor Ostrovsky's book, By Way of Deception. Ostrovsky worked for the Israeli intelligence agency for four years before concluding that it was engaged in immoral activities, resigning and moving to Canada. According to By Way Of Deception:
"The Mossad believed that the official version of the assassination was pure, unadulterated hokum. To test their theory, they did a simulation exercise of the presidential cavalcade to see if expert marksmen with far better equipment than Oswald could hit a moving target from the recorded distance of 88 years. They couldn't...
"The Mossad had every film taken of the Dallas assassination, pictures of the area, the topography, aerial photographs, everything. Using mannequins, they duplicated the presidential cavalcade over and over again...
"It was just an exercise. But it showed that it was impossible to do what Oswald was supposed to have done...The official versiion just isn't believable..."
It's not too likely, however, that the U.S. Establishment's CBS, NBC, ABC, Murdoch-Fox Television, CNN or PBS plans to televise The Mossad's A President On The Crosshairs movie for an audience of U.S. citizens on the 50th anniversary of the JFK Assassination, since the film's conclusion conflicts with the Warren Commission's conclusion.
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