Who Really Killed JFK? Find Out Tonight


Photo by: Work in public domain; copyright expired in 1991 without renewal. First published on 24 November 1963.

Picture of President Kennedy in the limousine in Dallas, Texas, on Main Street, minutes before the assassination.

Brian Edwards, a member of the BLHS custodial staff, is a knowledge wizard about John F. Kennedy’s assassination. He uses all of his research and information to present to people all over the country about what he claims to be the false accusation against Lee Harvey Oswald for assassinating John F. Kennedy. Kennedy was assassinated on November 22, 1963.

Edwards became fascinated with this topic when he was doing a book report in ninth grade, just six years after Kennedy was assassinated. He found two books and gathered information from both, ultimately putting together a 100-page handwritten book report. What seemed to be quick school project turned into a lifetime fascination about the supposedly false accused Lee Harvey Oswald.

“There hasn’t been a day that I haven’t read, researched, and wrote more information about the assassination of JFK,” Edwards said.

With that commitment, he has made many points about how he believes that members of the government set up Oswald in an attempt to take down the president. He claims that Oswald didn’t have a motive, but that the government members did.

They were allegedly upset when they learned that Kennedy was going to pull U.S. troops out of Vietnam, so they supposedly set up Oswald to get rid of their problem. He also has theories about the government being involved with the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Robert Kennedy, 9/11, and the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December 2012.

Edwards has interviewed dozens of people who were eyewitnesses or involved one way or another on that fateful day. He spent about a week interviewing Oswald’s wife and talked to police officers, doctors, nurses, and military members who all played a role after the assassination.

In 1987, Edwards was hired as a consultant for the History Channel’s 5-part series, “The Men Who Killed Kennedy” and was one of the technical advisors on the Oliver Stone movie, JFK.

If you are interested in learning more about his thoughts on the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Edwards will be giving a presentation tonight at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. This event is free and open to the public. He will also be answering questions from the audience and will have copies of his book available for purchase. What really happened with John F. Kennedy’s assassination? Come tonight and find out.