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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – On Friday Nov. 22, 1963, less than an hour after he had arrived in Dallas for a rally, President John F. Kennedy was gunned down.
Now, 50 years later, we’re hearing from a man who’s dedicated his entire life to figuring out what really happened that day, and he says he knows the truth.
“I smelled a rat,” said William Turner.
He has seen it more times than he cares to count. The grainy Zapruder film captured a pivotal moment in American history — the shot seen and heard around the world.
President Kennedy was shot in the head and rushed to a Dallas hospital. There was nothing doctors could to do save him.
Turner saw the aftermath first hand, arriving in Dallas just hours after the assassination.
“It was a somber and eerie situation,” he said. “It was half dark and…
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