Study: JFK lone-gunman evidence 'not a slam dunk'
Lead researcher Cliff Spiegelman stressed, however, that the research doesn't necessarily support conspiracy theorists who for decades have doubted Oswald was the lone gunman.
"We're not saying there was a conspiracy. All we're saying is the evidence that was presented as a slam dunk for a single shooter is not a slam dunk," said Spiegelman, a Texas A&M statistics professor and an expert in bullet-lead analysis.
• Study doubts prior finding that fragments could only have come from two bullets
• Texas A&M researcher: "We're not saying there was a conspiracy"
• Conspiracy supporters say it helps case that Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone
• Museum curator: The study "can't answer anything about the assassination"
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