One eyewitness to the JFK assassination came forward with evidence that will change everything

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy is one of the enduring mysteries in American history.

Ever since the Warren Commission published its report, polls showed a majority of Americans doubted the official story that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

And one eyewitness to the JFK assassination came forward with evidence that would change everything.

The magic bullet theory was central to the Warren Commission’s thesis that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in killing President Kennedy.

President Kennedy was riding in a limo with Texas Governor John Connolley on that fateful day.

To explain that Oswald hit both men the Commission claimed one of the bullets passed through President Kennedy and hit Governor Connelly striking him in the back, thigh, chest, and wrist.

This became known as the “magic bullet theory.”

According to the official account, Secret Service agent Paul Landis found the bullet on President Connelly’s stretcher at Parkland Hospital in Dallas.

But now in an interview with The New York Times, the 88-year-old Landis revealed for the first time that he actually found the bullet lodged in the limousine seat where Kennedy sat.

Landis said he grabbed the bullet to stop souvenir hunters from getting their hands on vital evidence.

“There was nobody there to secure the scene, and that was a big, big bother to me,” Landis told The Times. “All the agents that were there were focused on the president.”

“This was all going on so quickly. And I was just afraid that — it was a piece of evidence, that I realized right away. Very important. And I didn’t want it to disappear or get lost. So it was, ‘Paul, you’ve got to make a decision,’ and I grabbed it,” Landis continued.

Landis told The Times he later placed the bullet on President Kenndy’s stretcher to help the doctors determine what really happened adding that his guess as to how the bullet ended up on Connelly’s stretcher was that both stretchers were pushed close together.

This eyewitness testimony debunks the “magic bullet” theory and by definition would dictate that two shooters were involved in President Kennedy’s assassination.

This November is the 60th anniversary of President Kennedy’s murder.

And until the government releases all documents in accordance with the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992 the American people will be no closer to the truth.