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JFK assassination witness offers new details that undermine magic bullet theory: ‘Beginning to doubt myself’

A former Secret Service agent who witnessed the assassination of John F. Kennedy has broken his silence about the tragic event and is now casting doubt on findings from the commission that investigated the late president’s death.

Paul Landis, who admitted he long believed Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone when he killed Kennedy, said he is beginning to wonder if additional shooters may have been involved.

“I’m beginning to doubt myself,” Landis told The New York Times. “Now, I begin to wonder.”

Landis’ said his newfound skepticism results from discrepancies between the Warren Commission and his own experiences on the day Kennedy was shot in the head and killed while riding inside a Lincoln Continental convertible through Dallas, Texas.

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Nikolas Lanum is an associate editor for Fox News Digital.

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