EXCLUSIVE - 'JFK assassination was an inside job': Ex-government agent claimed 'someone from his team' killed the president in remarkable deathbed confession to director Oliver Stone
- An ex-presidential guard contacted Oliver Stone, who directed JFK biopic
- He claimed 'somebody from his team' assassinated the president in 1963
- Stone said he was convinced by his 'military jargon' and intricate details
- Lee Harvey Oswald was accused of shooting JFK from a nearby building
By Dalya Alberge For Mailonline
Published: 16:40 EST, 28 August 2016 | Updated: 17:56 EST, 28 August 2016
The assassination of John F Kennedy in 1963 was an inside job, according to a deathbed confession given to the veteran film director Oliver Stone.
After making his acclaimed film JFK - which was sympathetic to conspiracy theories about the murder - Stone was contacted by a man claiming to have been a former member of the presidential security team.
Dying of cancer, the man wanted to share a secret that he had until then only told his son – that 'somebody from his own team… had fired on the President'.