“I can still remember what I was doing at the time – holding my finger on the trigger.”

Man still remembers where he was when he killed JFK

“I can still remember what I was doing at the time – holding my finger on the trigger.”

On the 50th anniversary of that fateful day in Dallas, retired CIA sniper Wesley Cubbins can still remember where he was when he killed President John F. Kennedy. “It was one of those moments you never forget,” he said wistfully. “I would have been standing just behind this little grassy knoll, when I heard the shot ring out from the gun I was holding.”

“Call it a premonition if you will, but something about the way his head appeared in my sniper sights hinted to me that America’s youthful optimism was about to be blown apart, much like his head. It was the end of an era.”

The unfulfilled promise of the idealistic President still haunts Cubbins all these years later. “I sometimes wonder how things might have turned out if he hadn’t driven through Dealey Plaza that tragic afternoon…I guess we would have just killed him someplace else. But who can really say for sure?”

When asked about the conspiracy theories surrounding the death, Cubbins sadly shook his head. “Can’t people just accept that a good man was killed that day? By me?”

“I’ll also never forget where I was when we faked the Moon landings,” he added. “Boy, that was a fun afternoon!”

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