I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but I've always thought something (multiple things, actually) about the assassination of John F. Kennedy smelled funny. Apparently, Secretary of State John Kerry agrees.
In an interview earlier this month, which marks the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination, Kerry said he has "serious doubts" that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone. Check out the video below:
While Kerry didn't name any specific doubts, an excellent overview of inconsistencies in the JFK assassination can be found in this scene from Oliver Stone's JFK, a 1991 movie that documents New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison's little-known attempt to prosecute businessman Clay Shaw for taking part in a conspiracy to murder Kennedy:
Kerry isn't the only person to voice doubts about the assassination. Recently, a slew of new books and documentaries have questioned whether Oswald could have really acted alone.