Staff, counsel to Warren Commission stand by JFK findings
By Carey Gillam
(Reuters) - Richard Mosk knows they got it right.
Fifty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, he and others who worked on the Warren Commission, the government's probe of the shooting, say they have become inured to the seemingly endless stream of conspiracy theories.
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