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America Declassified: JFK 50th, Quiet Zone Photos

Fifty years after the death of JFK, America Declassified’s investigators perform a test of the second-gunman theory. Then, they enter the “Quiet Zone” and visit a nuclear waste dump.

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While in Dallas, Mike trains his sights on the crime of the century to try to solve the mystery: Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone in the Texas School Book Depository?

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