10. Witness Intimidation
In the immediate aftermath of John F Kennedy's assassination, many witnesses lining the streets as the President's motorcade rolled past saw and heard varyingly different things. Some told of hearing more than three shots, others of mystery men lurking behind wooden fences on Dealey Plaza, all of them shunned and ignored by the Warren Commission, according to this theory. Jean Hill, one of the witnesses to the assassination, later claimed
she was harassed by the FBI and intimidated into changing her statement, and was even plagued by death threats. Others present later claimed their interviews with authorities were cut short when they attempted to report accounts that varied from the accepted version of events, that Oswald was the lone gunman. Even more intriguingly, it is claimed that Joe Molina, an employee at the Texas School Book Depository where the shots are said to have been fired, was later intimidated by authorities and lost his job at the Depository soon after. There were also a spate of mystery deaths of witnesses in the weeks and months that followed the assassination that were a little too convenient, say some conspiracy theorists.