Here is the incredible true story about the 3 people who fired the shots that killed President Kennedy. They were: Roy Killerman, Jackie the Jesuit, and her bodyguard Clint Hill.

Jack and Jackie at Love Field.
Jack and the "Pink Panther"
arriving at Love Field.

When the President and his wife exited the SAM 970 alias the SAM 26000, she was handed a bunch of red roses by the wife of the mayor of Dallas.

Somebody also handed her a Lambchop puppet.

From that time onward, the President was like a lamb to the slaughter.

Jackie holding the
Jackie holding the
Lambchop puppet.

When the Presidential limousine left Love Field, it was heading straight for an area known as Dealey Plaza. That plaza was named for British Secret Service agent George Bannerman Dealey, and it was the perfect location for an assassination.

George Bannerman Dealey (1859–1946).
George Bannerman Dealey

Dealey Plaza was named after British Secret Service agent George Bannerman Dealey.

The plaza was asymmetrical, meaning it was the same on both sides, and was ideal ambush country.

Just past the Texas School Book Depository was a triple underpass.


Triple underpass at Dealey Plaza.
Triple underpass at Dealey Plaza where
the final shot, or shots, were fired.

George's family arrived in the land of the free in 1870, and it could be said that the planning for the assassination began way back then. The year 1870 was a milestone in world history because it was the year that Italian patriots liberated Rome.

3 people fired the fatal shots: Roy Killerman, Jackie Kennedy, and Clint Hill!!

The ambush and execution of the President was carried out with military precision and split second timing.

William Greer
William Greer

Just past Dealey Plaza, Secret Service driver William Greer slowed the limousine.

Secret Service agent Roy Kellerman turned around and shot the President in the throat.

That shot literally severed his spinal cord and he slumped over to the left.


Roy Kellerman
Roy Kellerman

One eyewitness named Jean Hill said that as the limousine approached Elm St., she saw the President and Jackie looking at a small white dog in the seat between them. That was not a dog . . . it was Jackie's Lambchop puppet:

"The President and his wife were looking at a little dog on the seat between them as I looked down at them," said Jean Hill, "Then the President looked up and about that time he grabbed himself across the chest and looked like he was in pain, He fell toward Jackie across the seat." (Dallas Times Herald, November 22, 1963).

The first shot came from Killerman and entered the President's throat. He was instantly paralyzed and slumped over toward Jackie.

Jackie had the small pistol hidden
Jackie had the small pistol hidden
in the Lambchop puppet.

Jackie's Derringer-like pistol was hidden inside the puppet.

The femme fatale placed the puppet under her husband's left ear and pulled the trigger.

President Lincoln was shot in exactly the same way but he took 9 hours to die.

This frame of the Zapgruder film shows the President's head exploding.
This frame of the Zapgruder film shows
the President's head exploding.

That shot would be fatal, but it could take HOURS for the President to die, and time was of the essence to the coup plotters.

Immediately after the shot to her husband's temple, the "Pink Panther" leaped out of her seat. That was the signal for Secret Service agent Clint Hill to join her in the back.

Bystanders reported that the limousine actually stop momentarily. That was to allow Clint Hill to board and finish the job so ignobly begun by Killerman and the "Pink Panther."

Jackie's leap was the signal for Clint Hill
Jackie's leap was the signal for Clint Hill
to join her in the back seat.

Thanks to her panther eyes, the "Pink Panther's" peripheral vision was extraordinary!!

After the pistol shot to her husband's head, she leaped out of her seat onto the truck of the limousine.

That was the signal for SS agent Clint Hill to join her in the back.

SS agent Clint Hill was joining Jackie
to finish off the President.

That was the perfect moment for Hill to administer the coup de grâce in the dark triple underpass.

Even the "Pink Panther's" hat stayed on her head during springing leap. Was it glued on?

At that critical moment, the limousine entered the dark triple underpass without any cameras or curious observers.

SS agent Clint Hill
SS agent Clint Hill
(b. 1923).

Clint Hill fired the last of the 3 shots that killed President Kennedy.

His .38 caliber bullet tore a big hole in the left side of the President's head.

The trauma team at Parkland were experts but Clint Hill's last shot just blew all the President's brains out.

Clint Hill, Jackie's bodyguard.
Clint Hill, Jackie's bodyguard
and partner in crime..

The Pink Panther's springing maneuver required nerves of steel and split second timing. Hill was assigned to "protect" her so they had plenty of opportunities to practice together.

Doctors initially reported a massive gunshot wound to the left temple!!

Trauma Room One was immediaely filled with machine gun toting Secret Service and FBI men. The Air Force officer who had the launch codes for nuclear war was also in the room. He was waiting for the President to die quickly so he could join Lyndon Johnson.

The mortally wounded President
The mortally wounded President
was rushed to the nearby
Parkland Hospital.

Dr. Charles A. Crenshaw was just one of the trauma room physicians who fought vainly to keep the President alive.

In that chaotic scene, he especially noticed Clint Hill waving his revolver like a madman.

He commented that the President was getting more protection when he was dead than when he was alive.

Dr. Charles Crenshaw (1933–2001).
Dr. Charles Crenshaw

Here is the doctor's account of what happened in Trauma Room One:

As I turned back to the President, I spotted another problem. Clint Hill, the Secret Service agent who had pushed Jackie back into her seat was rambling around the room in a wild-eyed, disoriented fashion, waving a .38 caliber pistol. There we were, getting ready to work on a man who had just been shot in the head, and we had a crazy man running around with a loaded gun. I didn't know what he was going to do.
Hill had failed to do his job, which was to protect the President of the United States. My concern at that moment was that he would prevent us from doing our jobs, which was to give the President whatever chance we could. (Crenshaw, Trauma Room One, p. 64).

When that doctor was later fighting to save the life of the Man from Minsk, Lyndon Johnson called him on the phone and told him to get a death bed confession from "Oswald."

Trauma Room One where
Trauma Room One where
President Kennedy died.

Without an autopsy, the SS grabbed the body and sped to Love Field in a hearse.

The bravest of the brave was Dr. McClelland who wrote in his report that the President died from a massive gunshot wound to the left temple.

Dr. Robert McClelland
Dr. Robert McClelland
(b. 1929).

Here is his report as filed in the Warren Commission Hearings:

The cause of death was due to massive head and brain injury from a gunshot wound of the left temple. There was monumental loss of blood after external cardiac massage failure & EKG activity was gone. (Warren Commission Hearings, vol. XVII, p. 593, 11).

Only one person was sitting to the LEFT of President Kennedy when he was shot and that was his wife Jackie. Any shots fired from the left of Dealey Plaza would have hit Jackie first and that of course would be an impossibility. In any murder investigation, family members are usually the first suspects.

Doctors who challenged the official dogma that the bullet entered the right side of the President's head jeopardized their medical careers . . . and even their lives!!

Jackie was promptly pardoned by the Latin Church hierarchy!!

Immediately after the assassination, Cardinal Cushing ordered Fr. John J. Cavanaugh to the White House to hear Jackie's confession.

The very next morning, Fr. Cavanaugh, the Kennedy's spiritual advisor, showed up to hear Jackie's confession:

There was to be a brief Mass for family and friends that morning at the White House. Father John J. Cavanaugh, a former president of Notre Dame University and a longtime Kennedy family friend, knocked on the door of Jackie's bedroom at 9:30 A.M.–just twenty hours after Jack was shot–and asked to hear her confession.
"Confession? What am I supposed to confess, Father?" she asked. Instead, she demanded to know how a caring God could "let something like this happen."
(Andersen, Jackie After Jack, pp. 36-37).

The hierarchy knew exactly what Jackie did. She had to confess the murder before she was allowed to attend the funeral mass for her dead husband.

Cardinal Cushing
Cardinal Cushing


The Latin Church confessional is a veritable license to sin.

No matter how heinous the crime, as long as you confess to the priest, he claims to have the power to absolve you.

Jackie did exactly that and was absolved after saying the appropriate penance.


Fr. John J. Cavanaugh

That was why Jackie could look the world in the eye and deny she had any part in the murder of her husband. She may have believed she was forgiven but her conscience told her that she was guilty . . . guilty . . . guilty.

When the Messiah began his ministry, the first word he uttered was REPENT:

From that time Joshua began to preach, and to say, "repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Matthew 4:17, Scrivener translation).

The corrupt Latin Vulgate Version changed REPENT to DO PENANCE:

From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say: Do penance, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand (Matthew 4:17, Douay-Rheims Version).

All Jackie had to do was confess to her priest, do the required penance, and all was forgiven . . . even the murder of her husband. She was never told to change her incestuous ways like having an affair with Bobby Kennedy–her dead husband's brother.

According to Latin Church canon law, the priest is bound to secrecy, and cannot tell the government about any crime that he hears in the confessional.

Nevertheless, the priest must tell his bishop everything he hears in the confessional, the bishop notifies his cardinal, who in turn notifies the Vatican. That is why the confessional is the most sophisticated spying system ever invented by fallen man.

Vital links



Andersen, Christopher. Jackie After Jack. William Morrow & Co., New York, 1998.

Crenshaw, Charles A. M.D. Trauma Room One: The JFK Medical Cover-up Exposed. Paraview Press, New York, 2001.

Dallas Times Herald, November 22, 1963.

Weisberg, Harold. Whitewash: The Report on the Warren Report. Hyattstown, MD, 1965.

Warren Commission Hearings Online.

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