Fidel Castro shares at least one belief with the majority of Americans: He is convinced that the assassination of President John F. Kennedy was not the work of a lone gunman, but was the culmination of a broad conspiracy.
Castro suspects that Oswald might not have been involved in the assassination at all.
Writer Jeffrey Goldberg, who had an exclusive interview and spent a week with the retired Cuban leader three years ago, said this week Castro told him this over lunch one day in Havana:
“I have reached the conclusion that Oswald could not have been the one who killed Kennedy,” Castro said.
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