I've been intrigued by the events in Dallas of November 22, 1963, ever since they first happened. Read a lot of the conspiracy books, watched quite a few TV specials. But one thing I hadn't done was sit down and watch the Zapruder film over the Internet. I don't even think I knew it was on there! And, like you, I thought I already knew what it showed: JFK getting hit from the front, contrary to what the Warren Commission concluded. So when I ran into an article on a website by Dr. Neville Thomas Jones, Ph.D., and realized he was proposing that Jackie Kennedy pulled a trigger that day, I finally played a clip of the film and looked for the clues he cited. After watching it about 30 times, I had to admit that I saw what he was saying! It was the white smoke that convinced me of the merit of Dr. Jones' argument. If someone can explain away the smoke that appears on the left side of JFK's head, nearest Jackie, and I deem it worthy of casting doubt on these conclusions, I'll take down this whole website! Until then, I'll continue to try to figure out just how Jackie became involved in the ritual murder of her husband, President John F. Kennedy.